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  • my new favorite of the series

    As I pick up this book I’m wondering why I chose another crime novel, but as soon as I start reading, I remember why. I love this series and was excited to see this outing focuses on Frost and that he keeps inching closer to Nikki. And while I’ve enjoyed each of the books, this is my favorite of the bunch. This was so fast paced. There was never a moment I wanted to put the book down. I like that Nikki is so strong but also vulnerable in this outing. She’s torn between her duty as an agent and protecting her family. We get to learn more about her childhood and what made her what she is today. As with all good crime novels, this one has a great cast of characters. I like Tyler, her ex, and how well they work together for the good of their daughter, Rory, her current boyfriend, and how he tangles in with her past, her team and most of all her daughter. And without any spoilers, there were a few moments in the book that made me a little emotional. Seriously, if you like crime novels, you need to pick up this book. While you can read this as a stand alone as the author does a good job of filling in any important details, this is a fantastic series. I can’t wait for the next book.

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  • Another great installment in the series

    A digital copy of this book was given to me by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I love Nikki Hunt and her team and they are back at it again trying to track down a serial killer. However, after years of searching for the one they call Frost, he appears to be looking for Nikki. Nikki once again finds herself in the midst of her hometown tracking down a killer and they are closing in on him. From the newest murder victim, a missing woman and a child abduction there is no time to rest. Nikki faces a few issues from her past and will have to come to grips with changes in the near future. This book was fast paced and was hard for me to put down.

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  • Great addition to the series

    4.5 stars Lost Angels by Stacy Green is the third in the FBI Agent Nikki Hunt series.   Series Background:   (Warning – May contain spoilers from previous books) Nikki Hunt is an FBI Agent whose parents were murdered when she was young.  She helped put away Mark Todd for their murder, but 20 years later, discovered he was innocent, and fought for his release.  She is now dating Rory, Mark's younger brother.  Family dynamics are awkward.  She has a young daughter (Lacey), and an ex-husband (Tyler) who still loves her.  Nikki heads the BAU unit based out of St. Paul Minnesota.  Her team consists of Crime Scene Analyst Courtney Hart and Agent Liam Wilson. Synopsis:   (No major reveals, but if concerned, skip to My Opinions) Nikki has been tracking a serial killer that they call "Frost" for over 5 years.  There have been 5 dead bodies.  Now, a 6th body has been found that appears to be Frost's handiwork.  Unfortunately, Nikki knows the victim.  Annmarie had been a childhood friend. Nikki pores her heart into the case, while her team-members try to make sure she doesn't jeopardize their hopes of nailing this killer.  As Nikki continues to investigate, she finds a photo of her own mother in Annmarie's home, one that had not been there the day before when the team searched it.  Nikki starts to realize that this killer is part of her own past.  She will have to look into her own family history to find Frost, before he finds her, or those she loves. My Opinions:    WOW.  Okay, I was impressed with the first two books, but this one topped those. This book showed Nikki that perhaps her pride was holding her back, which I think makes her character more endearing, more life-like. The characters in these books have depth.  Their actions make me care about them.  I simply love the relationships between Nikki and her daughter, Nikki and Rory, Nikki and her team.  I really like Caitlin, who has become one of the team.  Now, I'm not usually a fan of children in books, but Lacey is wonderful. The plot was compelling, and although I had an idea about the motive (which proved correct), it was a great journey. I only found one problem, and that was with reference to former Sheriff Hardin.  First it read that he fell and broke his hip, but when Nikki visited, his knee was bandaged, and that's what she asked about.  Hopefully the editors will correct that before it is published. This book was another fast and easy read in the series, and I didn't want to put it down. Looking forward to the next book in this series!

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  • Great lead, chilling case!

    ⌛Gripping, fast-paced story of serial murder in frozen Minnesota❄🎑 I am enamoured with FBI Special Agent Nikki Hunt and this series that follows her as she grapples with warped murderers and their victims in an icy Minnesota. I think the frozen landscape makes the atmosphere around the murders all the darker! Nikki's got a big personal stake in catching this serial killer of women called Frost, who she's apparently been looking to nab ever since she moved back to Minnesota five years ago. When the latest victim is an old friend from high school, the stage is set for heavy personal buy-in and guilt, but twists and gradual revelations have her reeling and terrified of the killer's targets getting closer to her private life than ever. Nikki's family and their tragic past, a central factor in the first book in the series, play a crucial role again. It's not essential to read the earlier book but you should if you want to truly get what makes Nikki Hunt tick. I never know where Stacy Green is going to end up taking me in Nikki Hunt's latest investigation and I love a murder mystery that's not predictable. As this investigation widens, Green introduces new angles and twists that kept me guessing. Here, Nikki proves emotionally vulnerable yet determined to stay the distance and confront the killer. The high-action climax is as thrilling as I'd hoped, though a bit sad. Great thriller, excellent addition to a fine series. Thanks to Bookouture and NetGalley for sharing a complimentary advance copy of the book; this is my voluntary and honest opinion.

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  • An excellent tale told very well

    I received a free electronic ARC of this novel from Netgalley, Stacy Green, and Bookouture. Thank you all for sharing your hard work with me. I have read Lost Angels of my own volition, and this review reflects my honest opinion of this work. I can gladly add Stacy green to my authors being followed, and recommend her work to friends and family. "Lost Angels" is the third of a series (Nikki Hunt #3) but it is completely stand-alone. I want to read the previous works because I like Stacy Green's style and enjoyed the location of these stories. Seated around the massive national parks on the borderland between Canada and the US, I fell in love with the idea of this place while reading a Nevada Barr novel years ago, and added it to my bucket list to be explored one nice hot summertime. Unfortunately for our warm, compassionate protagonists, this tale takes place in the very early spring, just as the ice begins to think about breaking up on all that lovely water. Added to the challenge Mother Nature offers, Nikki and her family are subject to the whims of a serial killer, one from way back in the day. Add in the unstable weather and very hidden family secrets and you have a perfect storm.

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