Audiobook, Mystery/Suspense/Thriller

Down a Dark Road by Linda Castillo @LindaCastillo11 #KathleenMcInerney @MacmillanAudio


It’s been two years since Joseph King was accused and convicted of murdering his wife, leaving their five children to be raised by their aunt and uncle. Now Joseph has escaped and Police Chief Kate Burkholder is certain that the Amish man will return to find his children. She’s got unique insight into the man as she grew up with him when she was Amish and he was her first crush. But, the man he grew into bears little resemblance to the boy she remembers.

This was an exciting though tragic story as Joseph strongly asserts his innocence, even after he ambushes Kate and holds her hostage. I’ve repeatedly lamented how Kate goes into situations without backup and gets into trouble. It happens again here but what is different this time is how she receives the scorn of her fellow members within law enforcement. It stung and felt realistic, including her reaction. Despite all this, Joseph’s denials have a ring of truth and Kate decides to do her own investigation of the murder and things got interesting and exciting.

The story deviated from the normal patterns I’ve experienced with the earlier books and I was all set to give this my highest rating until the final culmination of the investigation. Still, this was a great listening experience, one where I couldn’t put the book away. I continue to love everything about the narrator’s performance. Kate used her team effectively, using caution when needed and adeptly managing the politics. I think there’s hope for her yet!

Book Info

  • Release Date: July 11, 2017
  • Series: Kate Burkholder #9
  • Narrator: Kathleen McInerney
  • Audio Length: 9 hours, 58 minutes
  • Publisher: Macmillan Audio

 

 

 

 

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23 thoughts on “Down a Dark Road by Linda Castillo @LindaCastillo11 #KathleenMcInerney @MacmillanAudio”

  1. I just went back to read my review and I started it with saying this one was the best Kate Burkholder book yet. I enjoyed how this one was a bit different from her other investigations. So glad you loved this one as much as I diid.

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