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  • Best One Yet

    Best in the series to Date!! This is the third book in the Agent Sayer. Altair series. A ritualistic murder and a bus load of Washington DC teens missing. FBI Agent Sayer Altair is head of the task force. She is being stonewalled at every turn. This story has so much action, crazy twists and shocking turns it’s hard to put down. I wish every crime fiction suspense was as good as this book. This author us fast becoming one of my favorite authors. Thank you NetGalley and St Martins Press for the Advanced Copy.

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  • Cut to the Bone

    Cut to the Bone (Ellison Cooper) is the third story of a series (Caged and Buried #1 and #2). All are stand alone because Ms Cooper gives just enough back story as the stories unfolds. But the reader is going to enjoy the books so much more by starting with Caged as I did. My only complaint is I wish Ms Cooper wrote a little faster as I can't wait to read the next in this series that often keeps the reader on the edge of their seat. I want to thank Net Galley and St. Martins Press for an early copy to review.

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  • Chilling, suspenseful, and fast-paced!

    In this riveting third installment in the Agent Sayer Altair series, Cut to the Bone, Cooper has written an unpredictable, sharp, sinuous thriller that takes you on a hunt for a dangerous, mass kidnapper and deranged serial killer who seems to have a fascination with Ancient Egypt, the afterlife, and Washington architecture. The prose is crisp and precise. The characters are bold, intelligent, and driven. And the plot is an absorbing, tortuous tale full of twists, turns, intrigue, surprises, misinformation, cosmogony, symbolic references, red herrings, violence, and murder. Overall, Cut to the Bone is a sharp, engrossing, intricate tale that keeps you guessing from the very first page and leaves you unsettled, entertained, and highly satisfied.

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  • Great addition to the series (Sayer Altair Rocks!)

    Thanks to #NetGalley and the Publisher for the opportunity to read and review "Cut To The Bone", the third installment in #EllisonCooper's Sayer Altair series. I absolutely loved the first two books in this series "Caged" and "Buried" and looked forward with great anticipation to "Cut To The Bone". I was not disappointed. Agent Sayer Altair is dealing with the new realities of life - both personal and professional. Her adopted daughter is looking at colleges, having the opportunity to take advantage of scholarships. and her Nana is off helping with a measles outbreak; at the FBI, her mentor, Assistant Director Holt has been pushed out, and Director Anderson (who tried to have Sayer fired) isn't making anything easy for her and her team. When the body of a woman is found at a Washington landmark, and a DCPD cop is murdered by the perpetrator, Sayer is assigned to the case, which soon escalates when it is discovered that the girl was one of 24 students and their chaperone and bus driver who have disappeared off the radar, Sayer must locate and rescue them, with no backup other than her team: Ezra, Max and Kona, as well as neighbor Tonio and Vesper, and their support. Things do not go well from the outset, as some of the missing students are located immediately. In the course of this case we are introduced to an UNSUB (unknown subject) who has a particular obsession with Egyptology and - in particular - the Egyptian Book of The Dead and the Afterlife. This story cruised along at breakneck speed, with the main plot supplemented by Sayer being followed by someone, and 'assisted' by her old friend (?) 037, the psychopath who was part of her study and now seems to think he/she is her guardian angel. And it appears as if Sayer is in need of this help as her life is endangered more than once! Just when we think that we know what's going on, there are sub-plots galore and surprise upon surprise. This is a worthy entry in the series, and highly recommended. I cannot wait to see what #EllisonCooper has in store for these characters in the future. My only regret is that now I'll have to wait for the next book. Oh, well.

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