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    Serial Murder Mystery - FBI

    Nothing to Hide by Allison Brennan Lucy Kincaid #15 As I began to read this book I thought I had read about Lucy Kincaid before and then something I read in this book reminded me I had read of her capture and horrible experience at the hands of a sadistic man and more. I loved that book, though it was not easy to read, and realized that as this is book 15 and the last one I read in the series was book two...I have missed a LOT of Lucy’s life stories and cases. Andy you know what? I didn’t need to read the books in the middle for this book to make perfect sense. I now need to find out where I can pick up the books I have missed and make sure to read them! This book starts with Lucy at a murder sight checking the body where it lies. She has been asked to assist the local detective, Jerry Walker, in determining who the serial murderer of three (so far) men might be. There is a lot of detecting, interviewing, brain storming, discussion and police procedure that takes place with discussion of evidence, recreation of the murders and a bit of friction between Jerry and Lucy when she wants to call in the FBI for a profile of the murderer. In addition to finding the murderer there is a second thread to this book that has to do with some orphan boys that Jesse, Lucy’s stepson, has befriended. There seems to be a back story about the boys and about Jesse that I would love to read. Anyway, I usually read the end of books first but managed not to this time and have to say it took me a LONG time to figure out who the baddie was. Even when I was beginning to tweak to who it might be I wasn’t sure if it was this one or that one and guessed wrong at first. So...good job Ms Brennan! Did I like this book? Definitely Will I read more in this series? As soon as I can! Thank you to NetGalley and SMP-Minotaur for the ARC – This is my honest review. 5 Stars
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    Couldn’t put it down!

    Couldn’t put it down! I loved this book, as with all the other Lucy Kincaid books. You don’t have to read the others before it to enjoy this one. Can’t wait for the next one!
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    Title tells it all

    Good read story keeps you engaged to see what happens till the end. Highly recommend book
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    Who did it?

    This book is like watching Criminal Minds but with more information. You don't have to read the previous books to enjoy this one, though those are good books too. Lucy has such a sharp mind and that shows in her work of catching the bad guys. In this book she is working with an investigator who doesn't like the FBI because they screwed up a case many years ago. The case has random guys dying and not knowing what links they all together. We follow Lucy and Jerry as they hunt down this killer. During all this Sean and Jesse have problems of their own. *I received a free copy of this book via the NetGalley and am voluntarily leaving a review.*
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