I can't remember when I first heard about author, Lisa Unger, but she's been on my radar for a while. I finally listened to one of Lisa Unger's novels this month!
I chose to listen to the unabridged audio version of Angel Fire by Lisa Unger and narrated by Emily Beresford. This is the first novel in the Lydia Strong series and it falls into the thriller/mystery/suspense genres. Listening time for Angel Fire is 7 hours, 53 minutes.
I was impressed with Angel Fire, especially considering it is an early work written by the author and sometimes early novels aren't always the best. I didn't find Angel Fire flawless by any means, but I did find it engaging/entertaining enough to keep me engrossed throughout much of the novel. I look forward to reading the rest of the Lydia Strong series at some point in time.
Below is the plot summary for Angel Fire by Lisa Unger from Chirp's website:
The childhood murder of Lydia Strong’s mother has turned her into a woman obsessed with bringing brutal killers to justice. The reclusive, bestselling true-crime writer and investigative consultant has made a life out of chasing monsters. And her powerful intuitions rarely fail her. When three adults - loners, drifters - go missing, no one seems to notice except for Lydia. Enlisting the help of her friend, former FBI agent Jeffrey Mark, Lydia starts an investigation of her own. But when someone raises the stakes and goes after Lydia - just as fifteen years ago when she put the FBI on the trail of her mother’s killer - the real hunt begins.
I am giving Angel Fire by Lisa Unger a rating of 4 stars out of 5 stars.
Until my next post, happy reading!!