In this eagerly anticipated, brand-new Nina Reilly thriller, Perri O'Shaughnessy takes listeners back to Nina's first murder investigation, to the case that ignites her passionate commitment to fighting for justice. Working as a paralegal and attending law school at night, Nina has her hands full. She's fighting for custody of her young son Bob and overseeing a medical malpractice lawsuit on behalf of her mother, Virigina Reilly, whose health is rapidly declining after she suffered complications from an acupuncture procedure. But Nina's personal stresses are ramped up when a local tragedy plunges Nina into a hunt for a killer -- a killer only she believes exists. When a woman falls to her death off a bridge near Big Sur, Nina suspects there is more to the accident than the authorities are saying. Embarking on her solitary quest for the truth and stirring up trouble along the way, Nina catches the killer's attention -- and the only official help Nina gets is from homicide cop Paul van Wagoner. Now, moving dangerously close to the shattering truth, Nina finds the missing link in the shadowy case only when she recognizes a crucial, overlooked fact: sometimes people bury their secret desires, even from those who love them the most. Show No Fear illumines what makes the brilliant Nina Reilly tick and is a fascinating prequel that Perri O'Shaughnessy fans will love!
The story of Nina Reilly beginnings is ok, nothing spectacular or eventful to speak of. The narrator of this audio book is what makes it WORSE! She reads the story as if she were drunk, stoned, asleep or possibly all three. I would not recommend anything read by this narrator. The narrator of previous books was wonderful...... so why the change??
I like Perri O'Shaughnessy as an author and I usually enjoy the books but this recording ruined the story for me. The reader was AWFUL. I'll never rent another book that is read by this person.