One by One : Robert Hunter

  • by Chris Carter
  • Narrated by Thomas Judd
  • Series: Robert Hunter
  • 11 hrs and 33 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

"I need your help, Detective. Fire or water?"
Detective Robert Hunter of the LAPD's Homicide Special Section receives an anonymous call asking him to go to a specific web address - a private broadcast. Hunter logs on, and a show devised for his eyes only immediately begins.
But the caller doesn't want Detective Hunter to just watch; he wants him to participate, and refusal is simply not an option. Forced to make a sickening choice, Hunter must sit and watch as an unidentified victim is tortured and murdered live over the Internet.
The LAPD, together with the FBI, use everything at their disposal to electronically trace the transmission down, but this killer is no amateur, and he has covered his tracks from start to finish. And before Hunter and his partner, Garcia, are even able to get their investigation going, Hunter receives a new phone call. A new website address. A new victim. But this time the killer has upgraded his game into a live murder reality show where anyone can cast the deciding vote.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Shocking. But brilliant

I wonder where Chris carter gets his inspiration from.
So compelled to keep listening. Love the narrator

I found this book really interesting. I was quite shocked by the storyline but I couldn’t stop listening.

I recommend if someone was to listen to Chris carter. Start at the beginning of the series. Follow the characters. Although the storylines are different there is sometimes a continuation from previous books.

Definitely not for the faint hearted. Strong stomach recommended

Fabulous. Fabulous. Fabulous
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- Cath

For me not as good as other books in the series

I'm binge listening through the Hunter and Garcia series at the moment. Felt the storyline was a bit too similar to other books in the series. Became a tad bit predictable. The story also seemed a bit too far-fetched in a ridiculous sort of way. However it wasnt bad enough for me to abort the read, I just wasn't as entertained as much as I'd been reading Carters other work. I will no doubt look forward to the next book in the collection.
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- shaun simon

Book Details

  • Release Date: 23-02-2017
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster UK