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Ashes to Ashes

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He performs his profane ceremony in a wooded Minneapolis park, anointing his victims, then setting the bodies ablaze. He has already claimed three lives, and he won’t stop there. Only this time there is a witness. But she isn’t talking.Enter Kate Conlan, former FBI agent turned victim/witness advocate. Not even she can tell if the reluctant witness is a potential victim or something more troubling still. Her superiors are interested only because the latest victim may be the daughter of Peter Bondurant, an enigmatic billionaire. When Peter pulls strings, Special Agent John Quinn gets assigned to the case. But the FBI’s ace profiler of serial killers is the last person Kate wants to work with, not with their troubled history. Now she faces the most difficult role of her career—and her life. For she’s the only woman who has what it takes to stop the killer…and the one woman he wants next.



  • The amount of dialogue about Kate and John's relationship was a bit excessive. It dragged on and on, especially with the ending. However, as a thriller, the story itself is engaging and filled with suspense. It's dark, intense, and keeps you on your toes. I don't regret purchasing it since I'm a fan of Hoag, but I do wish the overall plot could have been more concise and focused.
  • I personally found there to be an excessive amount of explicit content that I wasn't comfortable with. The storyline failed to deliver any unexpected twists or turns. However, I must say that the narrator did a commendable job.
  • The story and the writing in 'Ashes to Ashes' were top-notch. However, I gave it three stars because it felt excessively long. Nonetheless, the book showcased Tami Hoag's talent for crafting unexpected turns and delightful surprises. I am definitely inclined to explore the rest of the series and her other works. I just wish that the smallest details didn't require whole chapters (or even seven) to be explained.
  • Normally, I don't go for audiobooks narrated by men, but this dude was actually pretty solid. The plot is full of surprises and unexpected moments. I've only got four chapters left and I'm hooked, can't put it down.
  • I really enjoyed the story and I especially liked the characters Quin and Sam. David Colacci did a great job narrating, although I found his female voices to be less convincing. It was difficult to differentiate between them.
  • I always know I'm in for a wild ride when I pick up this book - it's impossible to tear myself away until I reach the last page. The characters are so easy to connect with that their struggles become my own.
  • I didn't particularly appreciate the extensive depiction of burning bodies in the book, but the suspenseful storyline definitely had me on my toes. I just pray that there aren't many actual serial killers like the ones portrayed in the story.
  • I've been a fan of Tami Hoag's ARMA series for a long time, but in my opinion, "Ashes to Ashes" is an expertly crafted, superbly written, and brilliantly narrated mystery novel.