Now You See Her by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge
Jeanine was having great fun in Key West on Spring Break when her life fell apart. Catching her boyfriend making out with her best friend she leaves her hotel, steals her (soon to be ex-) boyfriend’s sports car, and takes off. Still a little drunk after partying with her (former) friends, she manages to swerve to avoid hitting a dog, but instead hits and kills the dog’s owner. That’s when the cop shows up. Jeanine is thinking she’s off to jail for sure, but sparks fly between her and Peter, the cop who volunteers to make everything better. That’s when things start really going wrong for Jeanine.
Sometimes I want a book I can listen to in a week. Most audiobooks seem to be over fifteen hours long lately, so I reached for James Patterson since his books are typically short. This one, coming in at six disks and 7.5 hours, was supposed to last me a week of driving. It was so good that I kept bringing the disks inside to listen to and finished the book in three days. If you like thrillers Patterson seems to be a great bet on audio. (This one in particular, the voice narration was wonderful and the sound effects were quite cool too.)