Book 6, Tracers
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The sixth thrilling Tracers novel from bestselling and award-winning author Laura Griffin features a forensic anthropologist and a Navy Seal who work together to find a killer before the killer finds them.
Kelsey Quinn has traveled the world unearthing heartbreaking secrets, but nothing prepares her for the trauma of her latest discovery. While on a human rights dig in the Philippines, the forensic anthropologist uncovers a set of human remains, touching off a chain of deadly events back on American soil. After a terrifying attack, Kelsey goes into hiding while she tries to unravel the mystery of two seemingly unconnected murders. The odds are stacked against her, but Kelsey has the help of her colleagues at the Delphi Center crime lab… and the unexpected protection of the only man she ever loved.
Navy SEAL Gage Brewer knows his relationship with Kelsey is over and done. But when he learns she’s being targeted by a killer, he risks everything—including his career as a spec ops warrior—to get her out of harm’s way. Gage tracks down Kelsey and believes he’s accomplished his goal. But as the threats against her escalate, it becomes clear that the enemy they’re fighting is more lethal than anyone ever imagined. And the most dangerous mission is only beginning.
Great until the end
Great story. Fast and smooth with lots of suspense. Unfortunately the end didn't hold up. Very anticlimactic. Just fizzled out.
suspenseful, thrilling and funny.
This story is full of action, I wish the book had been longer and it had gone a bit more into the story of Gage's friend Derek and Elizabeth. Also lots of action but would have loved to read more about Gage's and Kelsey's encounters and conversations since they ere filled with sexual tension and frustration mainly because of how much they loved each other. The ending seemed rushed and somewhat didn't fit the story. Overall it was a great read, page turner and highly entertaining read. The characters were funny, smart and witty.