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  • Romantic Suspense - Thriller

    The Final Deception by Heather Graham New York Confidential #5 Coming into this series on book five shouldn’t have worked but it did. I have enjoyed this author’s work before and was happy to read a new-to-me book by her again. Craig Frasier is an FBI agent and his fiance sometimes does pysch consultations for the FBI. In this book Craig is still having nightmares about the tough case of THE FIREMAN and Kieran Finnegan, Craig’s fiance, has just interviewed The Fireman a little while before he escapes from prison. About the time he escapes another murder following the same modus operandi takes place and all of New York is soon intently watching the news to find out what will happen next. Is this a copycat murder or did The Fireman do it? In addition to the catch-him-if-you-can thread there is the ongoing romance between Craig and Kieran and if/when they will get married, the sibling support of the Finnegan family for one another, the police procedural aspects of solving the murder, the suspense of wondering who might be following Kieran and the question of Ruff the dog and where he will end up in the future. This was an interesting read that might have been more interesting had I come in on book one and read the four books preceding this one because I would have known the main and supporting characters better than I did going into book five. That said, I still knew them well enough to enjoy the story. What I liked: * Kieran: Smart, intuitive, puzzle solver, not clingy, a good sister and fiance and very likable * Craig: Intelligent, driven, keen to solve cases, not too clingy, a good boyfriend, dependable and bit hearted. * The relationship between Kieran and Craig – they were mature, knew what they wanted and allowed one another the independence and distance needed to accomplish the goals of their profession. * The Finnegan brothers – I am sure there is more to each and every one of them that I would love to know. * Ruff – a scrappy fellow that landed in clover * Following the threads that lead to the WHO and WHY of the murders * The twist or two at the end * The good thwarted evil What I did not like: * The psychotic puppet master and those he pulled the strings of Did I enjoy this book? Yes Would I read more in this series/by this author? Yes Thank you to NetGalley, Harper Collins and Harlequin-Mira for the ARC – This is my honest review. 4.5 Stars

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  • The Final Deception

    Love all of Graham's books. While fast moving it was still easy to follow. Also like the fact that the same family has now been in a number of books.

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  • great read

    Thoroughly enjoyed the book. Ms graham always writes interesting book I've a fan for many years. Can't wait for next book.

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  • Amazing as usual

    Heather Graham is one of the best authors i have ever read. I have read allof her paranormal books. The ideas are great, what an imagination she has. This book was no different. I didn't even suspect the bad people. She makes thc characters so real, you feel you know them. The stories make you think but also to enjoy them It lets you get away from everything going on. The storylines keep you guessing on what will happen next. I have another book to read and cannot wait to start. If you like/love books that are a bit out of the ordinary, with great characters and storylines you must read Heathers.

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