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The Cat Dancers

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  • Posted February 2, 2009

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    EXCITING LISTENING

    Being an audio book fan I'm always on the alert for a new release by a favored author or voice performer. When two favorites are paired it's a sure to be a hit with me! That's the case with 'The Cat Dancers' by P.T. Deutermann as read by Dick Hill. Dubbed a Golden Voice by AudioFile Magazine, Hill has been quoted as saying that he 'takes a visual approach to narrating books,' picturing scenes in his mind's eye. What a task that must have been when one thinks of the terrifying scenes in a wild mountain area where protagonist Cam Richter faces down a group that courts danger. Whatever his method, Hill delivers a spine tingling narrative, paced to leave listeners hanging on his every syllable. It's a gripping story Deutermann has penned, not a pretty one. Citizens of a peaceful North Carolina town have seldom seen such a heinous crime - a gas station attendant is murdered as his station is robbed and the thieves also kill innocent people who were filling up their minivan. It's not long before officials have the murderous pair in custody. However, the shocker is when a judge releases them because they weren't read their rights. It's not long before someone takes justice into his own hands. Richter and Sheriff Bobby Baggett are already under the gun, feeling pressure from relatives of the victims and townspeople alike. Then, an email arrives which directs them to a video showing one of the murderers being killed in a home-style execution. The video concludes with 'That's one.' How many psychopaths are Richter and Baggett up against? Answers are found in the aforementioned wild mountain area. Terrific thriller - exciting listening. - Gail Cooke

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