Terminal City

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Linda Fairstein

Narrated By: Barbara Rosenblat

Publisher: Penguin Audio

Date: June 2014

Duration: 11 hours 34 minutes

Summary:

Assistant DA Alexandra Cooper returns in the new breakneck thriller by the New York Times bestselling author of Death Angel who once again captures the essence of New York City—its glamour, its history, its possibilities, and its endless capacity for darkness.

Grand Central Station is hiding more than just an underground train system. When the body of a young woman is found in the tower suite of the Waldorf Astoria, Assistant DA Alex Cooper and Detective Mike Chapman find themselves hunting for a killer whose only signature is a carefully drawn symbol carved into his victims’ bodies, a symbol that bears a striking resemblance to train tracks.

After a second body is discovered in a terminal alleyway, attention shifts to the iconic transportation hub and the potential for a bigger attack. With the President of the United States set to arrive for a United Nations meeting, Alex and Mike must contend with Grand Central’s expansive underground tunnels and century-old dark secrets—as well as their own changing relationship—to find a killer who’s cutting a deadly path straight to the heart of the city.


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  • Patricia A V

    I really enjoyed Linda Fairstein's book, Terminal City. The story is well paced and incorporates so many interesting facts about Grand Central Terminal. It almost feels like I was looking at the terminal through the careful descriptions. As in other "Alex Cooper" books, there are moments in which Alex seems to have run out of luck. I really enjoy the carryover of the main characters from story to story and the evolving relationships. It makes the reader feel as though they know these characters. I really liked the narrator, Barbara Rosenblatt. She really creates the characters with her voice. Each character has his/her own special voice and expression. This adds to the enjoyment of the book and the sense of how the story is unfolding. The narration is fantastic!