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    Riveting Reed

    Grabbed in the first little bit and engaged till the bitter end – powerful story that kept me on the edge of my seat until the wee hours of the morning – I could not put this book down! I met Jack Murphy in book six of this series and hope to someday go back and see what I missed in the first five books because both of the books I have read have left me wanting more. Jack and his partner Liddell are such wonderful characters and come to life in ways that make me feel I truly know them and would like to have them as friends. In this book I met Sanchez and a few more that intrigue me and hope that he and Battle will show up in book 8 when it comes along. This book tells of a warped mind on a mission for his country. The fact that his vision is not “right” makes what he chooses to do in some ways even worse. I can feel for him when I find out what the catalyst may have been but even then he was bad to the core and only made worse, perhaps, by what triggered more heinous sins. This book has Jack and Liddell on the trail of a serial killer that kills in high numbers and shows no remorse. It begins with one murdered man in an alley then moves to a truck filled with dead bodies locked in a truck, continues down the road to diners and convents and cemeteries leaving death along the way. Thankfully the bad guy is finally put down like the rabid Coyote he seems to emulate not only in nickname. I am curious to find out what the USOC group will be like and how Double Dick and newswoman Sotero will finally be dealt with but in the meantime will just eagerly await the next book in this series and hope I the wait won’t be too long. Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington-Lyrical Press-Underground for the ARC – This is my honest review

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