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    a good one

    Intriguing, arresting and analytical story about the police investigation during a multiple murder case. This is the book four in the series, and in the bright lights is now Georgia Morgan, the adopted daughter of the family. The tale is told from several different points of views, giving a good rounded picture of the event escalating around the murders. To be able to handle the constant crime, devastation, and injustice of their jobs, the law enforcement holds their feelings close to their hearts, not letting them show at the job site. This cold, emotionless, facts only attitude carries through the book, also to the reader, making it hard to connect with the characters. Georgia was supposed to be the fire-cracker of the family, but her manners, temper, and behavior were very much in check at all times. The crimes committed themselves are interesting, the whodunit question is in the air, and the answers are not that clear. I wish there would have been more closure for the crime as well at the end of the story. The romance was more on of an afterthought, a shadow at the back of the story. There are a couple of sex scenes in the book, some between other characters in the story, as well as between Georgia and Jake. Those scenes didn't seem to fit well into the story, the flow, or the tune. Might be added just because of it, came to mind. I have read one of the previous books of the series, and enjoyed it immensely. This story is good, it is well written, and the crimes are hideous, gruesome, and grim. The investigation is very organized, with gripping details. But it is missing the spark, the deep emotions the characters have to be feeling, faced with the situation they are in, the depth of a story, that will lure the reader into the tale, and keep the hold tight. I think it was a good story, but it had the potential to be great ~ Three Spoons
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    Cold Case Mystery

    Wealth, poverty, intelligence, sex, cunning, family and murder all play parts in the solving of a recently reopened cold case in Nashville. Five years earlier three young people went into the woods but only one came out – the other two were never seen again. Five years later a young woman murdered and found in a cave opens new doors of inquiry for the old cold case. Files are opened, read and scrutinized. The team follows leads from the past and present looking for the murderer of the young people wondering if the same person killed all three. Georgia and Jake are the main couple of interest in this book. Georgia is the only sister of three older brothers and works in forensics. She is paired with Jake Bishop to work on the cold case. Their awareness of one another grows as they work in close proximity with one another during the case. There are interactions while on the job and off the clock, with family and friends and also with potential suspects. This was an easy read and interesting. I have to say I was fairly certain who the murderer was early on in the story but wanted to find out why…and…I am not really certain I know WHY even though I finished the book. I sometimes think evil is just that – evil – and there is no valid explanation for why evil people do what they do. Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for the ARC to read and review.
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    Vulnerable

    Love this book ..The the Morgan Clan are great characters! Never a dull moment always kept u guessing.
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    Exciting twists and turns!

    I enjoyed this last book in the series around the Morgan family. The ending has unexpected twists and turns!!! My favourite of the 4 books!!
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    VULNERABLE

    A truly excellent story that will keep you reading well into the night. MARY Burton has done it again with an awesome story line and a cast of characters that will dfinitely keep you guessing.
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