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I had previously listened to and really enjoyed Lutz's "The Night Spider." I enjoyed "The Night Caller" as well. I liked, related to and sympathized with the main character - Lutz has a great writing style. The plot was also suspenseful - I listened to the entire book very quickly. I took off only one star - because the killer in the book seemed to echo the killer from "The Night Spider" a bit too much for me. Oh - and don't forget Scott Brick, who is one of the best readers period.
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This is an older John Lutz book but still very very good. In my opinion it is made even better with the narrating done by Scott Brick.
The one thing I noticed about the book that I thought was kind of dating is NO CELL PHONES! How bizarre how that has become what tells the reader if a book is current.
Anyway, this is a very suspenseful book. The protagonist is an ex cop (Ezekiel Cooper). He had cancer which is in remission and he tentatively looks to his future with apprehension until his only daughter is the victim of a serial killer. After that most, not all caution is thrown aside while he looks for the person who took his daughter. Along the way he meets others whose friends or relatives are also taken from them. I mention this only because one of them has a major impact on his life and future. The killer is a real mystery and you don't find out the who and why until almost the end. At one point even Cooper is framed. It's a definite edge of the seat book.
This and all the rest in the Night series (including Night Spider and Chill of Night) are excellent books.
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