#2, Ingrid Skyberg FBI Thrillers
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A story of lies, secrets and deadly mind games
Brilliant American psychology student Madison Faber is in police custody - a potential murder suspect. Two hours ago she found her roommate lying in a pool of blood.
Special Agent Ingrid Skyberg is assigned to investigate the case on behalf of the US embassy. Tasked with supporting a terrified Madison Faber and uncovering the truth behind her friend's death, Ingrid quickly discovers a sinister extremist group operating out of Faber's London college.
Up against the obstructive attitude of the Metropolitan Police and defying the wishes of the embassy, Ingrid must navigate through a minefield of fear and mistrust to discover the killer's true identity. But in order to ensure justice is served, she is forced to operate so far beyond the law that she may never get back again.
If you love books by Lee Child and Michael Connelly, and you've been waiting for an FBI heroine to rival Clarice Starling and Dana Scully, the Ingrid Skyberg FBI Thriller series might be just what you're looking for.
A NEW FBI HEROINE
Fresh Doubt is the second in a series of thrillers set in the American embassy in London. If a US citizen gets into trouble, Agent Skyberg is on hand to fix things - by any means necessary.
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If you have not read this book, I heartily encourage you to do so. The author has a way of setting up the story and you think you know what is happening until the very end and you would not have guessed how it ends! But I love the ending! Going to read more from this author!!
A very interesting story with a new twist at every corner. This book was a hard one to put down. Can't tell you when I have had such a hard time setting a book down ,like I've had with Fresh Doubt. If you like Mystery & Thrillers , then this the book for you .
I really felt like I was a tag along in this thriller.
The shift of blame was intriguing. The heroine was believable and likeable.