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`Read E-pub ⛈ The Night Caller Ë Award winner John Lutz is one of today s most accomplished writers of suspense fiction, consistently penning taut, tense and truly terrifying psychological thrillers that have won praise from readers and reviewers alike In The Night Caller, Lutz once again combines fast paced storytelling with an intriguing, original premise to produce an enjoyable, satisfying readWhen he stumbles across his only daughter s corpse in a deserted beachfront bungalow, Ezekiel Cooper is devastated and vows to find her murderer What the former NYPD detective doesn t know is that there have been other victims Women in Queens, Sarasota, Seattle Women who seemingly had nothing in common, aside from a grisly fate at the hands of a chillingly clever strangerBent on unmasking the shadowy culprit, Coop soon crosses paths with Cara Callahan, who s determined to lure in her sister s killer by transforming herself into someone just like her sister But by changing her appearance, her job, even her routine, Cara s plan may be working too well Because lurking in the shadows, just as Coop feared, the elusive serial killer known as the Night Caller watches her every movepreparing to pounce again I really did not care much for this book I could not stand the Deni character so much so that I found the book difficult to finish because of it The entire story felt clumsily written Not sure I would read anything else by this author. I can t believe I finished this book The plots seem very impossible at times A retired policeman seeks the killer of his daughter Pretty soon it was obvious that the killer is a serial killer In the process, he meets the beautiful and young sister of another victim They fell in love I understand how the retired policeman falls in love with the young woman, but why the young woman falls in love with this man at the first sight requires further explanation There are other impossible plots I can t believe I finished this book The plots seem very impossible at times A retired policeman seeks the killer of his daughter Pretty soon it was obvious that the killer is a serial killer In the process, he meets the beautiful and young sister of another victim They fell in love I understand how the retired policeman falls in love with the young woman, but why the young woman falls in love with this man at the first sight requires further explanation There are other impossible plots But I don t want to give away too much The book had interesting conversations and several characters were very well developed, such as the retired policeman s ex wife and the killer Oh, I forgot to mention, the hero policeman also met a female fiction writer during the process This female writer was ugly and disorganized, and ended up with a terrible fate I am guessing the author Mr Lutz must have a rival female author who he hates and he used this character to portray his rival There are some disturbing and gruesome scenes I recommend this book for airport reading, where there are a lot of people around you Don t read it at night You might start to think someone is behind the curtains This is my first book by this author Well done, entertaining thriller set in Gotham featuring a serial killer with an unusual twist Coop is a retired loo and a cancer survivor His daughter Bette has been murdered, and Coop is in the thick of the her homicide investigation Violence isn t too gory Coop enjoys a romance along the way Bottom line I ll readof Mr Lutz s thrillers. I listened to this on audiobook Scott Brick was the narrator which helped me get through this one This was an absolute slog to get through So much filler is contained within this book I honestly feel like it could ve been cut by 2 3 and nothing about the mystery would be lost The male characters are bland and the female characters are atrocious Every woman in this book is awful, irritating, or moronic The identity of the killer is not interesting in the slightest and the reveal was blas I listened to this on audiobook Scott Brick was the narrator which helped me get through this one This was an absolute slog to get through So much filler is contained within this book I honestly feel like it could ve been cut by 2 3 and nothing about the mystery would be lost The male characters are bland and the female characters are atrocious Every woman in this book is awful, irritating, or moronic The identity of the killer is not interesting in the slightest and the reveal was blas While it s not necessarily an awful book or one of the worst things I ve ever read, it is extremely boring and I had to force myself to get through this one I know John Lutz can do better as I ve read the first book in his Frank Quinn series and enjoyed it quite a bit The Night Caller was a killer to get through pardon the bad pun lol