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Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite
Authors James Patterson and David Ellis team up to offer readers a tale that will keep them listening to the very end. Invisible is a bit different from most of James Patterson and David Ellis’ books. In Invisible, we meet Emmy Dockery, an FBI Research Analyst currently on leave; she lost her sister in a fire. Emmy is obsessed with unsolved crimes. No one will believe the rapes, fires, murders are connected, even though they have taken place across the country. Emmy sees a pattern: the crimes are all considered accidents because only one person dies in each fire where the victims are found. And the fires all started in the bedroom. The FBI will not listen to her, so eventually her former boyfriend is persuaded to help her. An FBI medical examiner discovers some unusual findings and thus begins the hunt for a serial killer.
Invisible is a deliciously creepy thriller. This is team Patterson and Ellis at their finest. I liked watching Emmy Dockery and Harrison Bookman (Books) together. Invisible is a book that you just can’t put down. My version is audio. It was read by January LaVoy and Kevin T. Collins. Their voices added just the right atmosphere to this amazing book. Invisible has it all: suspense, thrills, chills, twists and turns, and gruesome details. The writing style is interesting. The chapters alternate between the criminal diary and the FBI analyst; all are written in the first-person. This is one of the best books I’ve listened to in a long time.