First came Murder at Pride Lodge, where murder met mayhem in the Pennsylvania countryside. Next was Pride and Perilous, the collision of high art and low death at Manhattan's Katherine Pride Gallery. And now, the Pride Trilogy concludes with Death by Pride. It's Gay Pride weekend, the most festive weekend of the year in New York City. Hundreds of thousands of partygoers arrive to show the world how to have a good time.
Stalking the party is the most successful serial killer the city has ever seen. He claims his victims in threes and has just begun his newest spree. Detective Linda Sikorsky comes to town to visit Kyle Callahan and his husband Danny Durban. It's her first Pride Parade and may well be her last. Harmless fun turns to terror in a frantic effort to stop the killer once the first body floats to the river's edge. This time it's personal, and this time one of them might not make it out alive.
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I LOVE Kyle Callahan
I've listened to literally thousands and I can honestly say this is one of the top audiobooks I've heard.
The first intro of the psycho killer. It literally sends chills up your spine.
Hi voice. Wow. His voice reminds me of 'the greats' the narrators that have such beautiful voices they make the story come alive, the actors that were in the old time radio shows he has a beautiful voice.
No this is a book to be savoured. It's the type of book you listen to every night a little bit before bed. It's a proper story.
I was given this book as a gift in return for an honest review but I would have given it one anyway. I'm a big fan of Mark McNease's writing and I love his characters I feel like Kyle and Danny and Linda are old friends.
Brilliant to listen to and nerve wracking.
The audio version brings the print version to life.
I liked the way the narrator managed to differentiate between the characters.
The final scene in which all was revealed.
The part about how one of the murder victims had been planning for his niece's baptism.