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New York Times bestselling author Lisa Gardner is at the top of her form as she takes us on a desperate manhunt for a killer who preys upon his victims’ minds—just before he claims their lives.What do you do when a killer targets the people you love the most? When he knows how to make them vulnerable? When he knows the same about you?These are the questions that haunt FBI Special Agent Pierce Quincy. The police say his daughter’s death was an accident. Quincy will risk everything to learn the truth—and there’s only one person willing to help. Ex-cop Rainie Connor had once been paired professionally—and personally—with the brilliant FBI profiler. He helped her through the darkest days of her life. Now it’s time for Rainie to return the favor. But this killer is like none these two hard-boiled pros have ever encountered. This twisted psychopath has an insatiable hunger for revenge...and for fear. As the clock ticks down to one unspeakably intimate act of vengeance, the only way Rainie can unmask this killer is to step directly in his murderous path. She will become a murder waiting to happen. She will be...the next accident.
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    High-flying FBI agent Pierce Quincy's daughter has died in what everyone thinks of as a drunken car crash. However Qunciy's not so sure it was an accident and he asks a private investigator to look into the crash. Soon after Quincy's home phone number is provided to the prison populations of America and he starts receiving awful, threatening calls from death row inmates and other charmers. Things get worse for Quincy and his remaining family from that point on.

    The level of suspense was pretty good in this novel and it did keep my attention. The plot held together pretty well too. However the characters never really grabbed me because they weren't memorable in any way. The most annoying thing for me though was that this is apparently the third in this series and there were so many references to events in previous novels that it was difficult to read as a standalone. I got the feeling I was expected to have read the previous books and that was very frustrating as a reader.

    I'd really give this 2.5 stars.more
    fairly run of the mill crime novel with formulaic charactersmore
    I really liked this book. Everytime I thought I knew who the killer was the author threw a twist in and I wasn't sure again. Someone was killing off an FBI agents family. It had lots of suspense and mystery which I love.more
    This was a pretty good mystery novel. I had read her more recent novels and this is one of her first novels. It has familiar characters that had always been secondary characters in the books I'd previously read by Gardiner. I really liked reading these characters in a different light. I give this book 4 out of 5 stars.more
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    High-flying FBI agent Pierce Quincy's daughter has died in what everyone thinks of as a drunken car crash. However Qunciy's not so sure it was an accident and he asks a private investigator to look into the crash. Soon after Quincy's home phone number is provided to the prison populations of America and he starts receiving awful, threatening calls from death row inmates and other charmers. Things get worse for Quincy and his remaining family from that point on.

    The level of suspense was pretty good in this novel and it did keep my attention. The plot held together pretty well too. However the characters never really grabbed me because they weren't memorable in any way. The most annoying thing for me though was that this is apparently the third in this series and there were so many references to events in previous novels that it was difficult to read as a standalone. I got the feeling I was expected to have read the previous books and that was very frustrating as a reader.

    I'd really give this 2.5 stars.more
    fairly run of the mill crime novel with formulaic charactersmore
    I really liked this book. Everytime I thought I knew who the killer was the author threw a twist in and I wasn't sure again. Someone was killing off an FBI agents family. It had lots of suspense and mystery which I love.more
    This was a pretty good mystery novel. I had read her more recent novels and this is one of her first novels. It has familiar characters that had always been secondary characters in the books I'd previously read by Gardiner. I really liked reading these characters in a different light. I give this book 4 out of 5 stars.more
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