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No One Will Hear You (You Can't Stop Me #2)

3.75 of 5 stars 3.75  ·  rating details  ·  138 ratings  ·  16 reviews
The first video arrives by email, featuring an unidentified man and a naked woman. Her scream is caught in a freeze frame. The producers of TV's 'Crime Seen!' can't believe what they're witnessing - an all-out sadist 'auditioning' for a starring role in reality television. And if he doesn't get the part, he'll kill again.
Paperback, 392 pages
Published March 1st 2011 by Pinnacle (first published January 1st 2011)
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Stephen Terrell
This is a wonderful, creepy, keep-you-awake thriller by the no nonsense team of Max Allan Collins and Matthew Clemens. The Crime Scene TV crew is at it again, tracking not one, but two serial killers. And when a body gets dumped right in the lap of the TV Network, well, things get very personal very quickly.

This is hard-edged crime writing at its best.
sandra sprenger
One not to miss, real page Turner.

this is the second book I've read from Matthew Clemens but won't be my last. Clemens pulls you in and holds tight. the storyline is fast paced and we'll written. with this story you learn the secret behind the killers but what leads to the climax is still a mystery.
recommended to any one who loves crime mysteries.
Jonathan Sweet
Another great read from one of the best mystery writers out there. I found this one to actually be better than the first (You Can't Stop Me). That said, you may want to read that first to know all the characters.

Not as good as Collins' Nate Heller series, but still a great read, with some nice twists and turns along the way.
Deborah J

I have never reviewed a book before but I actually could not put this book down until I finished reading all of it. Collins,Clemens - this was an exciting read. Thank you. I am an avid reader and I am able to make an informed judgement as to what is good and what is alright. Really good book.
Sandra Hastings
Great who dun it

Great who dun it

loved the characters. the book made the peep in the background more human. the killers school a red me to death. I feel much safer now they are gone.
J. C. Harrow's "Killer TV" team is about ready to return to their real lives when a video arrives by email showing a young woman being murdered. Being Hollywood, such things can be faked. But the team is of the opinion it's real. A disguised voice, the self proclaimed Don Juan, says if the video is not shown on Crime Seen, he's planning one a week, he will double his productions.

J. C. is not about to show the video and the police agree.

At the same time, another killer is working. A body of a mal
Joan Reeves
I debated long and hard before posting 5 stars on this. In the end, I gave it 5 because of the great writing, great characters, and great plot that create a seamless mystery thriller. There's only 1 thing that, for me, detracted and made me dither over the star rating, and I won't go into the reason here because it would be a story spoiler.

Even though I immediately recognized the identity of the villain from a mile away, I decided that didn't sufficiently detract from the overall great writing.

Mary Ruth Phares
Fascinating Mystery

This book was very difficult to put down. I will definitely buy more books by Max Allan Collins & Matthew Clemens.
sarah thomas
Page Turner

Good story, it really was a page turner. I didn't want to put it down. This really is a good read
Marianne Stehr
This book has a confusing set up, with too many characters and to me a fragmented storyline. It is very hard to "get into." I have not read this author's material before and was set off by the way that the book began, so much so that I was unable to get into the book and therefore finish the book, so it may get much better, but it was written in a manner that I am not familiar with and therefore this time could not enjoy. This read takes alot of quiet and time to read and figure out how everythi ...more
Carolyn Roys
Two serial killers in one book vying for the attentions of the "Crime Seen" reality show and JC Harrow's crew. How many have to die before the crew, the LAPD and the FBI figure out what's up. A combo between Chelsea Cain and James Rollins for me. Collins gives a writing seminar to junior high kids in the Quad City area every year and both my kids were selected to attend. They loved it. He's a as good a presenter as he is writer.
Dofferent from the other book. Not enough character development for me. I would like too know the crime seen team better. Too much explicit info about how the killers act. I dont know if I will try another of hise books.
immature writing style--soft-core slasher chick-lit porn--ugh
I thought it was fun but kind of obvious.
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Received the Shamus Award, "The Eye" (Lifetime achievment award) in 2006.

He has also published under the name Patrick Culhane. He and his wife, Barbara Collins, have written several books together. Some of them are published under the name Barbara Allan.

Book Awards
Shamus Awards Best Novel winner (1984) : True Detective
Shamus Awards Best Novel winner (1992) : Stolen Away
Shamus Awards Best Novel nom
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