Anne Frasier – The Body Keeper

The Thriller Award-winning series continues as Detective Jude Fontaine finds a decades-old connection to missing children that will freeze her blood.

A boys frozen body is found trapped in the ice of a Minneapolis lake. The horrifying discovery leads Detective Jude Fontaine and her partner, Uriah Ashby, to more bodies in the ice, all of twelve-year-old boys missing for twenty years.

Then, in one of the worst blizzards the city has ever seen, a four-year-old is abandoned on Judes doorstep. The child cant tell them where hes from, who his parents are, or how he got there. He doesnt even know his name.

But in his unspoken language, Jude reads something horrifying – a connection to the dead boys. Now a four-year-old with no name may be the only key to a twenty-year-old, very cold case.

Author: Anne Frasier
Narrator: Emily Sutton-Smith
Duration: 9 hours 10 minutes
Released: 19 Apr 2006
Publisher: Brilliance Audio
Language: English

User Review:

must born

The new Jude Fontaine series, I believe is Anne Frasier at her absolute best. She has creates such an intricate character and we are swept away with her trials and tribulations, her mod swings, her tragic history, her fight for justice for the victims, her sense of right and wrong, her caring personality even though she rarely shows it and most of all how she struggled to come back to some semblance of life. This 3rd installment was chilling. It was dark, and mysterious and heart wrenching. We see Jude become someone who does have the emotional capacity to care not only with the Boy but also with Uriah. I truly could not put this book down. However, I am so sad that this is the end of this wonderful character and all of the stories that could be told about her and the rest of the characters that inhabit her world. Thank you Anne Frasier for many amazing stories and the time spent enjoying them. Maybe if enough of your loyal fans tell you how upset they are about Jude not returning, you may change your mind. One can only hope!

Emily Sutton-Smith is one of the best narrators IMHO and she did not disappoint with the delivery of the story.