You Belong to Me : The Baltimore Series

  • by Karen Rose
  • Narrated by Liza Ross
  • Series: The Baltimore Series
  • 16 hrs and 40 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A chilling thriller from Sunday Times best-selling author Karen Rose.
Eeny, meeny, miny, moe. Who'll be next? No one knows....
When forensic pathologist Lucy Trask stumbles across a mutilated body with its face so badly damaged it is unrecognisable by the chess tables in her local Baltimore park, her sole concern is that it might be her old school teacher Mr Pugh. When the corpse is identified, Lucy is shocked to discover that the victim is actually another man from her past. Who killed him and why his skin is burnt with the number '1' is unclear, but it's evident that someone is demanding Lucy's attention.
The discovery of a second branded body raises worrying questions: How many more lives may be at risk before the killer's final message is revealed? And can Lucy solve the killer's gruesome puzzle before their thirst for revenge is complete?


What the Critics Say

"An engrossing read which fans of crime thrillers will love." (News of the World)


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Hated it, couldn't finish it. Baled out.

The narration was horrible. The narrator had a pleasant American accent which went into a Thatcherite drone when narrating a male character and a high pitched sing song for female characters which made my flesh crawl. The lead character, a professional woman in a tough job sounded like she was in an audition for My Little Pony The Movie. Just awful. I struggled even beginning to care about any of the characters. Others have given this book good reviews but I just couldn't get past the narration. I found the characters shallow and quite clichéd.
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- Biker

good but.....

The narrators voice makes you wanna rip your ear drums out, very annoying but an excellent book overall
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- Amazon Customer

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-07-2012
  • Publisher: Headline Digital