Dead Drift

Nice finish to the series.  It was nice how there was again 2 stories going on at the same time.  The ending of the previous books story was done evenly and it wasn't rushed.  I liked how it was able to be followed along.  Even though you knew there would be these twists and turns, and they were pretty easy to guess what was coming, but it was still nice.  Trying not to spoiler it, the 2nd story was finished nicely and there was a problem towards the end, but the way the author finished was totally believable, and actually... Continue Reading →

Blind Spot

Blind Spot
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Series Number: 3
Published: 10/3/2017
ISBN: 9781493411894
Read: 04 2019
When a terrorist investigation leads FBI agent Declan Grey to a closed immigrant community, he turns to crisis counselor Tanner Shaw for help. Despite the tension between them, he needs the best of the best on this case. Under imminent threat, they'll have to race against the clock to stop a plot that could cost thousands of lives--including theirs.

So far this is my favorite book of the series. It is really coming together now. We have the 2 main characters doing the investigation and getting romantically involved, but so much more. We have 2+ different mysteries or story lines going on, 1 is setting up the last book and one is really bringing everyone from these first 3 books together nicely. Because of all that is going on, there isn't so much of the inner thoughts going on, so the story moves along. Super excited for book 4.

Cold Shot

Cold Shot
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Series Number: 1
Published: 2/2/2016
Page Count: 352
ISBN: 978-0764211973
In college, Griffin McCray and his four best friends had their lives planned out. Griffin and Luke Gallagher would join the Baltimore PD. Declan Gray would head to the FBI and Parker Mitchell would go on to graduate school as a crime scene analyst. But then Luke vanished before graduation and their world—and friendships—crumbled.Now Griffin is a park ranger at Gettysburg, having left life as a SWAT-team sniper when a case went bad. The job…

Nice book. It moved along at a nice pace. The story was well told with no unexpected mess-ups. They just kept going forward where the evidence lead them. Neat that the 2 main characters had worked with each other for a while but really didn't know each other. The mystery itself was well done, believable.

digital loan from library read 3/2019

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