Let Me Go (Archie Sheridan & Gretchen Lowell Series #6)

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Beautiful killer Gretchen Lowell tightens her grip on Detective Archie Sheridan in Let Me Go, New York Times bestseller Chelsea Cain’s newest nail-biter.

Detective Archie Sheridan is about to receive a birthday present from the last person he ever wants to see again: serial killer Gretchen Lowell.

The investigation into Jack Reynolds's drug enterprise is heating up and has Archie heading off to attend a masked Halloween...

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Overview

Beautiful killer Gretchen Lowell tightens her grip on Detective Archie Sheridan in Let Me Go, New York Times bestseller Chelsea Cain’s newest nail-biter.

Detective Archie Sheridan is about to receive a birthday present from the last person he ever wants to see again: serial killer Gretchen Lowell.

The investigation into Jack Reynolds's drug enterprise is heating up and has Archie heading off to attend a masked Halloween party on Jack Reynolds's island, where Susan is a reluctant guest. But the next morning one of the guests is found murdered, and Archie quickly realizes that nothing is what it seems. Only one thing is clear: Gretchen is back, and she's been closer than anyone thinks. On Halloween Eve, with time running out, Archie will have to risk everything, and choose wisely whom to trust, if he and his loved ones are going to live through the night.

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Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher
“Reader Christina Delaine masterfully captures all the voices and the tenor of the story, especially Gretchen’s seductive evil. Cain’s fans and those who enjoy serial killer stories will readily embrace this audiobook.” – Library Journal

 

“Christina Delaine voices Gretchen with a sultry purr that barely hides her twisted craving for blood…Overall, Delaine adds a bit of class to this fast-paced thriller.” – AudioFile Magazine

Library Journal - Audio
11/01/2013
Portland, OR, detective Archie Sheridan and serial killer Gretchen "The Beauty Killer" Lowell are back in this story filled with blood, sex, terror, and admirably annoying twists as the love/hate relationship between the cop and the amazingly elusive murderer continues. The cat and mouse chase involves a local drug lord, his undercover operative son, Archie's journalist friend Susan Ward, the FBI, and the DEA, but the story is dominated by Lowell's return. Reader Christina Delaine masterfully captures all the voices and the tenor of the story, especially Gretchen's seductive evil. A number of graphic sex scenes may be overdone and are definitely not appropriate for younger readers. VERDICT Cain's fans and those who enjoy serial killer stories will readily embrace this audiobook. ["Her writing is goose bump-inducing, slyly witty, and bloody sexy. One of the most satisfying thriller series today," read the review of the Minotaur: St. Martin's hc, LJ Xpress Reviews, 8/2/13; see the interview between Cain and Delaine on p. 59.]—Joyce Kessel, Villa Maria Coll., Buffalo
Publishers Weekly
In Cain’s tense sixth thriller featuring serial killer Gretchen Lowell and Det. Archie Sheridan (after 2012’s Kill You Twice), the murder of DEA agent Carl Richmond leads Archie to investigate Portland, Ore., businessman Jack Reynolds’s drug empire. Jack’s son, Leo, is not only the boyfriend of freelance reporter Susan Ward but also the mole for the Feds inside his father’s operation. Carl was Leo’s handler. In an effort to determine whether Leo is alive or dead, Archie attends a lavish Halloween masquerade ball on Jack’s private island in a tony Portland suburb. Susan also attends, at Jack’s insistence. When a party guest turns up dead the next morning and Gretchen, who escaped from the state mental hospital months earlier, is seen in the vicinity, Archie has to choose his allies wisely if he’s to survive. Carefully peeling back Gretchen’s psychological layers with each new book, Cain continues to impress with her complex game of cat-and-mouse. Agent: Joy Harris, Joy Harris Literary Agency. (Aug.)
Library Journal
The sixth installment of this series (after Kill You Twice) picks up mere months after serial killer Gretchen Lowell has escaped from a mental institution. Det. Archie Sheridan is actively trying to form some semblance of a normal life; he’s involved with the woman who lives next door, spends time with his rescued corgi, and he’s officially off the Beauty Killer case. But any hopes that he’s free of her clutches are quickly dashed when disturbing, graphic evidence surfaces indicating that Gretchen is most certainly not done with Archie. Archie and his unwaveringly loyal friend Susan are immediately forced into the middle of Gretchen’s horrifying game.

Verdict Fans of Cain’s series will be sucked in once again. Gretchen is at her worst while somehow also being her most, dare this reviewer say it, loving. Archie is still infuriatingly attached and conflicted, while the romantic tension between him and Susan is palpable. Cain has an incredible talent for draping clues between books that makes the reader wonder if she’s been plotting every single move since the first sentence of the series. Her writing is goose bump–inducing, slyly witty, and bloody sexy. One of the most satisfying thriller series today. [See Prepub Alert, 2/11/13; library marketing.]—Madeline Solien, Deerfield P.L., IL
(c) Copyright 2013. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

Kirkus Reviews
A sixth case for the spiciest salt-and-pepper duo in the genre: Portland homicide detective Archie Sheridan and Gretchen Lowell, the homicidal psychologist who's unsurprisingly escaped from a psychiatric hospital. Say what you will about mobster Jack Reynolds: The man knows how to throw a pre-Halloween party. The food and drink are endless; the attendees include 500 masked guests; security has been outsourced to a cadre of military contractors. Not only is Archie reluctantly in attendance, but the host, unaware that his son Leo is secretly working undercover for the DEA, virtually kidnaps Leo's girlfriend, reporter Susan Ward, and has her driven to his private island for the party and coiffed and costumed by a helpful stripper when she arrives. The morning after the festivities, Archie wakes up in the mud with a blond hair in his mouth, and an uninvited guest, coed Lisa Watson, is found slashed to death. Both disruptions strongly suggest the presence of Gretchen among the masked revelers, even though Archie assures Susan that "it's been fourteen months since she killed recreationally." And Gretchen remains offstage for most of this installment--allowing Archie free rein to celebrate his birthday in handcuffs as his downstairs neighbor Rachel entertains him with a lap dance--until Archie's lover/nemesis/torturer turns up at the eleventh hour to end some lives, save others and complain, "Do I have to do everything myself?" The murder and its solution take a back seat to the continuing saga of Archie's affair with the sociopath for whom his heart burns, all but literally. Considerably less intense than Kill You Twice (2012) and its predecessors. Perverse and kinky things still happen, but there's quite a bit of downtime in between.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781427231512
  • Publisher: Macmillan Audio
  • Publication date: 8/13/2013
  • Series: Archie Sheridan & Gretchen Lowell Series , #6
  • Format: CD
  • Edition description: Unabridged
  • Sales rank: 787,382
  • Product dimensions: 5.30 (w) x 5.90 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Meet the Author

Chelsea Cain

CHELSEA CAIN’s first four novels featuring Archie Sheridan were all New York Times bestsellers. Also the author of Confessions of a Teen Sleuth, a parody based on the life of Nancy Drew, and several nonfiction titles, she was born in Iowa, raised in Bellingham, Washington, and now lives in Portland, Oregon.

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CHAPTER

1

 

 

Archie Sheridan had a paper birthday hat on his head and six bullets in his front pocket. The bullets rattled when he moved, making a clinking sound that no one else seemed able to hear. The hat’s tight elastic band dug at his neck. He pulled at it, feeling the imprint of a ligature mark forming.

“How was the bridge traffic?” Doug asked. Archie guessed that Debbie had sent him over. Go make small talk with the awkward guest. That’s what he was now, a guest. It still took some getting used to.

“Fine,” Archie said. He rolled the bullets between his fingers. It was a lie; the bridge had been backed up for miles.

Archie saw Doug’s face light up and then turned to see Debbie coming toward them from the kitchen. She was wearing a white chef’s apron and licking frosting off her thumb. Her hair was dark and very short and her body was strong and lean, though Archie supposed he wasn’t supposed to notice that anymore. Doug reached to put his arm around her waist as she stepped next to them, but she gave him a quick look and he pretended to do something else with his arm. No public displays of affection in front of the guest. He might feel bad.

“Archie says the bridge was clear,” Doug said. He was tall and long-limbed, with light brown hair and a wispy beard that made him look like a graduate student. He looked ten years younger than Archie even though they were the same age.

Debbie gave Archie a knowing smile. “Really?” she said. “At this time of day? That would be a first.”

Archie shrugged. He’d grown a beard once, but it had just made him look like a rabbi.

He could hear the kids in the kitchen, but he couldn’t see them. They had stationed him in front of a window in the far corner of the living room, while they frosted the cake. The apartment still smelled like the lasagna Debbie had made for dinner. There were dirty dishes on the table.

The window looked south, over downtown Vancouver. Archie could see the red taillights of airplanes lining up to land at the Portland airport, a barge making its way east down the river, the lights of the new Vancouver library, Fort Vancouver, a movie theater, a digital bank tower clock. Oregon was just on the other side of the Columbia River, a distant, indistinct horizon. Archie lived in Portland. He knew its topography, its skyline, its bridges and landmarks. But the view from Debbie’s window was an unfamiliar landscape.

“It’s not as far as people think,” Debbie said. “If you can avoid rush hour.”

“I know,” Archie said. But the truth was, he wondered sometimes if she had moved far enough. He missed his family, but he knew that the farther away from him they were, the safer he could keep them.

Debbie’s condo was on the tenth floor of a secure building. The kids didn’t have a yard anymore, but no one got in or out of the building without being buzzed in. The elevators required a keycard to operate. Security cameras monitored the hallways. Two security guards were on duty in the building around the clock.

The kids could live without a yard.

“Sara wants to be Gretchen Lowell for Halloween,” Debbie said.

Archie inhaled quickly and coughed.

Debbie patted him on the back. “I already said no,” she said with a glance toward Doug, who was staring at his shoes. “I just wanted to give you a heads-up. In case she brings it up.”

Archie’s fingers tightened around the slick brass cartridges in his pocket. “She’s seven years old,” he said.

“She wants to be something scary,” Debbie said. “It has nothing to do with you. Most of her friends don’t even know.”

It had been over a year since Archie and Debbie had split for good and she had enrolled the kids in school in Washington under her last name. It made sense for security reasons. It also required fewer explanations. Archie had been a public figure during the years he ran the Beauty Killer Task Force, but after Gretchen Lowell had kidnapped him and tortured him for ten days, he had reached a new infamy. Since her escape ten weeks before, the media had been revisiting every horrific detail.

Doug’s eyes darted around for something to say. “I hear you got a dog.”

“Sort of,” Archie said, not wanting to explain.

“The kids are excited,” Doug said.

Archie didn’t need Doug to tell him anything about his kids, but he decided that now maybe wasn’t the time to broach that particular topic.

“We’re ready,” Ben hollered from the kitchen.

Debbie pressed some matches into Doug’s hand. “Can you help the kids with the candles?” she asked him.

He smiled, happy to have been given something to do, and pattered off to the kitchen.

“He’s nice,” Archie said. He was making an effort to be pleasant, but he also meant it. Doug was dependable, good with the kids, kind to Debbie. Doug engineered wind turbines, a profession with limited exposure to serial killers. Archie liked him. When he could force himself to forget that Doug was having sex with his ex-wife and spending quality time with his children.

“Are you seeing anybody?” Debbie asked gently.

Archie’s fingers tightened around the bullets, and for a moment he thought that Henry might have told her about Rachel. But when he looked at Debbie’s face, he saw only tentative concern. The question wasn’t loaded.

“Not really,” Archie said.

She frowned skeptically. “What does that mean?” she asked.

Archie opened his hand and let the bullets drop back to the deep corner of his pocket. “It means I’m seeing someone,” he said. “But I don’t want to talk about it yet.”

Debbie’s face brightened with pleasure. “Is it Susan?” she asked.

“No,” Archie said. “Seriously?”

Debbie narrowed her eyes. “Does Henry like her?”

Archie hesitated.

“Tell me she’s not blond,” Debbie said.

Before Archie could come up with an answer, singing filled the living room and Archie’s children appeared, faces bathed in the glow of lit birthday candles. Doug stood behind them, guiding them forward, protective hands on their shoulders. Sara held one side of the cake plate and Ben had the other. They were dark-haired and freckled, baby teeth giving way to changed smiles. Every time Archie saw them, they looked more like their mother.

They finished singing, and Archie blew out the candles.

As he stepped back from the cake, he felt his phone vibrate.

“Make a wish, Daddy,” Sara said.

He didn’t make wishes anymore. But he pretended. He closed his eyes. When he opened them, Sara was beaming at him. “What did you wish for?” she asked.

“I can’t tell you,” Archie said. He pulled a candle from the cake, and handed it to her to lick the frosting off.

The phone was still vibrating in his pocket.

Archie glanced at the caller ID. It was Henry.

He turned away from the cake, and answered the phone. “Yeah,” he said.

“I’m at the Gold Dust Meridian,” Henry said. “Homicide. You’ll want to see this.”

Archie turned back toward the cake. Sara and Ben were plucking candles off and sucking them clean. Debbie had threaded her hand into Doug’s.

Forty-two candles. Six bullets. Two kids, every other weekend.

“Okay,” Archie said.

He slid the phone back in his pocket and looked over at Debbie. He didn’t have to explain. She knew the drill.

“Do you have to leave?” she asked.

Archie nodded.

“One slice of birthday cake to go,” Debbie said. “Coming up.”

 

Copyright © 2013 by Verite Inc.

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  • Posted August 22, 2013

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    Chelsea Cain is one of the most gifted mystery writers I have ev

    Chelsea Cain is one of the most gifted mystery writers I have ever read. Let Me Go has a flawed main character, making him all the more interesting. And the mysteries that Archie faces are tense and hypnotically good. High marks.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 24, 2014

    Ok!

    Isn't time to end this "obsession" with these two charachters??? Chealsea Cain is a gifted writer but Gretchen & Archie are getting boring!!!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 15, 2013

    awesome book!

    this is a good one in this series.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 23, 2013

    Awful!

    Boring

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 21, 2013

    FANTASTIC!!!!!

    Chelsea Cain, you have done it again!!!!! Here I sit bleary-eyed at work from an all-night read session of one of your books!

    I cannot get enough of this series!! Ms. Cain writes a murder-thriller like no other. Her heroes are flawed, her bad guys are almost likable (and may I put the emphasis on ALMOST). Gretchen is the worst of the worst, and I cannot help but wonder if she will ever let go of her hold on Archie, at the same time wondering if Archie will ever rid himself of her.

    I would suggest starting with the first of this series, as there are many references to past plot lines that could leave a reader new to the series a little confused. It could read as a stand alone, but you get so much deeper into a book when you are already familiar with the characters, and Archie's relationship with Gretchen (and everyone else) can really only be appreciated when you have followed the story from the start.

    I might add that this is a very dark and disturbing series. It is definitely NOT a story for a young reader (think definite rated "R"). If reading about seriously disturbed people is not your thing, please do not start this series as you will probably be disappointed. If dark and disturbing thrillers are what you live for, there is none better than this series!!! It will have you hanging on the edge of your seat and staying up all night just to see what happens next.

    Please write fast Ms. Cain -- the worst part of reading this series is waiting a year between installments. Who says people need to eat and sleep?

    -- SPeeD

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 21, 2013

    Chelsea Cain is amazing. All of her books are amazing. I could n

    Chelsea Cain is amazing. All of her books are amazing. I could not put this book down! Let Me Go did not disappoint...it was terrifying, detailed, and suspenseful. Gretchen is the most unique and interesting serial killer this is! She always surprises!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 18, 2013

    Highly recommend!

    This series never disappoints! Only downfall is that I read it in 1 day and will have to wait forever for another one. Creepy and suspenseful. Loved it!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 11, 2014

    LOVE!

    I absolutely love love love this series!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 23, 2014

    Omg

    Love these characters...wish i was just starting when im near the last page....thank you Chelsea for the distraction and entertainment

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  • Posted March 1, 2014

    more from this reviewer

    Let Me Go - Gretchen is back in FULL FORCE!! For a more

    <b>Let Me Go - Gretchen is back in FULL FORCE!!</b>


    For a more in depth review, please visit my blog, Chorley Chronicals! 




    I just have to start out by saying that boy I am sooo thankful that Chelsea Cain kind of got back to her roots with this book, and came back to all that I have come to know and love about the Archie Sheridan/Gretchen Lowell series! Cain captivated me first with Heartsick, and it was just as good reading Sweetheart and Evil at Heart, but I found myself not so much disappointed, but not nearly as happy with The Night Season as the first two books, then there was Kill You Twice, that started to pick back up, and BAM...she's back and as fully great with Let Me Go!




    Chelsea Cain sure has a knack for writing sick and twisted stories that absolutely capture and suck the reader in, leaving you wanting for nothing but more at the end of her stories! It didn't take me long to become obsessed with her writing and the Archie/Gretchen series! You will not find another author that writes so twisted but yet elegantly as her!! I love her as an author! You can't get much better than her writing, especially for her subject content!




    I think that Cain's characters are flipping awesome and addicting! I love Susan Ward and her unique quirkiness, and Archie with his sick and twisted obsessions, and of course Gretchen, gosh there are way too many adjectives to describe her psycho tendencies! I feel that Cain has really strong dominant characters and stories that stick with you long after reading!




    Overall, I was so happy after reading Let Me Go, especially after not caring for the last two books as much! I certainly hope that this isn't the end for the Sheridan/Lowell series clan, because I have come to need to read some psychotic Cain stories at least once a year, if not several times a year, so I really hope that Cain has more in the works for us, and if so I just can't wait to see what she will deliver this time!!

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  • Posted February 17, 2014

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    For those unfamiliar with this fascinating series (and as I wrot

    For those unfamiliar with this fascinating series (and as I wrote in my review of the prior entry, “Kill You Twice”), Archie Sheridan, a detective now heading the Major Case Task Force in Portland, Oregon (“known for its blush-tinted scenery, and its serial killers”), for 13 years had headed what was termed the Beauty Killer Task Force, dedicated to tracking down and bringing to justice a megalomaniac serial killer whose victims were tortured and killed in gruesome ways, graphically described. Their target, Gretchen Lowell, a stunning blonde who claims she had killed more than two hundred people, almost claimed Archie as one of her victims, but despite slowly torturing him over a 10-day period [during which time, among other things, she removed his spleen - - without anesthesia, of course] and leaving him in a medically-induced coma for a month, she let him live. After her capture, she was locked up in the forensic psychiatric services ward of the State Hospital. And after two years on medical leave, and now addicted to pain pills, Archie was able to return to the Task Force, his marriage only one of the things destroyed by Gretchen.

    There has always been a strong connection between Archie and Gretchen. As he says, “She will never let me go.” (Thus the title.) Years later, his scars, which still itch and sometimes bleed, are a constant reminder of her brutality, but he can no sooner escape them than he can the power and sexual pull she still exerts over him. The book opens as two important events are about to occur: Halloween, and Archie’s birthday. And Gretchen, having escaped from the asylum ten weeks ago, is determined to make both of them something that Archie will never forget. The book takes place over an action-packed three days.

    Initially Archie gets involved in the investigation into the murder of a DEA agent who had been running a deep cover operation involving dirty cops and a major drug distribution organization headed by Jack Reynolds, a notorious local crime kingpin in Oregon. He and Archie had crossed paths before, when first his daughter and then his son were apparently among Gretchen’s victims.

    Returning here are Henry, Archie’s best friend on or off the police force; Henry’s significant other, Claire, now very pregnant, also on the Major Case Task Force; and Susan Ward, a reporter who had been fired 7 months ago from the Herald and still very much in Archie’s life, as well as her pot-smoking mother, Bliss. Also returning are the usual ingredients of this series: a great deal of graphic sex and violence, the two often intermingling at the oddest times, including a couple of Archie’s flashbacks to his times with Gretchen. There are three story lines here: a second murder, of a young woman (the 2nd of many in the novel, of course); the murder of the DEA agent and the DEA investigation which the dead man headed; and of course the ongoing one dealing with the search for Gretchen. As are all the entries in this series, it is a dark and fast read, and one that is recommended.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 14, 2013

    Very good read...as usual!

    I waited for this book for so long and all i can say is its very worth it. Cain is an amazing author that one day i hope to hug for creating this series. Love, action, graphic flashbacks and of course the dangerous dance between Gretchen and Archie...so worth the wait!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 13, 2013

    Great read

    A great addition to the Gretchen Lowell series. I can't wait to read the next one!

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  • Posted October 1, 2013

    Excellent!

    I always enjoy the books in this series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 6, 2013

    Not one of my favorites

    I like this series and the characters, but this one did not intrigue me at all. There are a lot of extra characters in this one & found them hard to keep track of. The story pretty much became predictable at one point.

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  • Posted September 6, 2013

    A Gruesome Delight

    I love the Heartsick series and I am going to be really bummed if the day ever comes when the amusing and shocking Ms. Cain decides to let this go...
    The 6th installment of Archie and Gretchen, and their hellacious relationship, as Cop and Serial Killer.... Prepare for Blood.

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  • Posted September 2, 2013

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    A real page turner....just like all the other books in this seri

    A real page turner....just like all the other books in this series....

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 1, 2013

    Phew!

    Wow. Wow. Wow. Absolutely love this series and this author. Suspensful, surprising, and addictive. Can not wait for next one!

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