researcher Emmy Dockery wants to solve her twin sister’s
death. She’s sure it’s murder. Emmy works hard
to find a way around her boss, Dickinson, as she investigates.
Dickinson is an egotistical, sexist boss who enjoys humiliating
Emmy. He had Emmy suspended without pay and she’s using
the time to investigate the fire that killed her sister. Dickinson
just got word through an Arizona newspaper that Emmy is still
investigating the fire, after the local Police Chief closed
to say, Emmy leaves his office angry but instead of acting
out, she looks up her ex-fiancé, retired field agent
Harrison Bookman. Emmy left Bookman just before their wedding,
and he hasn’t forgiven her. Emmy pleads her case but
Bookman refuses to get involved – at first. Their goal
is to get proof of murder in previous cases similar to Emmy’s
sister’s case. They put together a group of professionals
to research and hunt down a killer Emmy is sure exists. Bookman
gives her the benefit of the doubt, but sometimes wonders.
The two follow possible leads across the Midwest and right
into a shocking, face-off.
is about loss and retribution, in more ways than one. We know
within a couple of chapters the killer’s name is Graham.
We witness Emmy’s frustration as she tries to convince
people there really is a killer loose and we hear Graham’s
thoughts as he records his memoirs. In Patterson tradition
Graham’s recordings are explicit. I jumped ahead when
it was just too much. With Invisible Patterson delivers plenty
of intense moments and unexpected twists.
version is read by January LaVoy and Kevin T. Collins. It’s
chilling listen. LaVoy is well known in Television, Theater
Film, and Audiobooks. LaVoy brings Emmy’s determination
and fearlessness to life. We can’t help but root for
her. Kevin T. Collins is also known in Television, Theater,
Film and Audiobooks. Collins gives us a chilling read of the
maniacal, disturbing Graham. It will make you shiver.
it was all over, all I could say was “Wow.”
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