Summary

Eve Singer needs death. With her career as a TV crime reporter flagging, she'll do anything to satisfy her ghoulish audience.
The killer needs death, too. He even advertises his macabre public performances, where he hopes to show the whole world the beauty of dying.
When he contacts Eve, she welcomes the chance to be first with the news from every gory scene. Until she realizes that the killer has two obsessions. One is public murder. And the other one is her.
©2016 Belinda Bauer (P)2016 Isis Publishing Ltd
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3 out of 5 stars
By Gerard on 05-12-16

Well enough written but nonsense, don't waste your time!

Alas another piece of nonsense about a crazy killer with lots of money, a crazy motivation and a fixation on a good looking woman. The poor guy just wasn't loved by his parents. There are a couple of extra bits and pieces thrown in to the mix for variety: a dementing parent; a black female body guard and a toy boy. All well and good but you can't make a silk purse out of a sow's ear, can you?

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2 out of 5 stars
By Maz on 14-02-18

Bauer-lite

Oh, dear. I really hate writing a glum review of a favoured author, but was so disappointed with this one; it seemed loaded with cliche, triteness, and the word ‘disparate’. Someone on Good Reads described it as Bauer-lite, and I would agree; having thoroughly enjoyed the Darklands trilogy and Rubbernecker, TBD did not compare well. I think it wasn’t helped by Andrew Wincott (The Archers, apparently) narrating in silly voices.

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