Book 5, Tracers
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ALLISON DOYLE’S NEW CASE WILL MAKE HER CAREER . . . IF SHE LIVES TO SOLVE IT.
Motive, opportunity, and no alibi—rookie detective Allison Doyle knows it’s as close to a slam dunk as most investigations get. But even though her small-town Texas police department has identified a prime suspect in a young woman’s vicious murder, she can’t rest easy. And when legendary FBI profiler Mark Wolfe shows up with a startling new theory, all her doubts are amplified. If Wolfe is correct, the real killer is an elusive psychopath who has left a trail of bodies behind him. And he’s just days away from his next kill. . . .
Allison was supposed to be Wolfe’s way into the case, nothing more. But she’s ambitious, stubborn, and far too tempting. With the help of her contacts at the Delphi Center crime lab, Wolfe is within striking distance of the monster he’s pursued for ten years. Except the closer Allison and Wolfe get, the more reason there is to fear. Because with a predator this brutal, every thread of evidence can make a difference between hunting a madman—and becoming hunted yourself.
From Publishers Weekly
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This book had such potential...BUT the female detective lead KEPT having to be RESCUED!
I would have been fine with one or even two times, but really...3???
She needs a new line of work!
This book was a page turner! I really enjoyed the storyline and it was very well written.
I liked some of the writing, loved the high-tech part and the storyline. However, the author’s choice to make the heroine klutzy and often unobservant left me with mixed feelings. The main character Allison has endearing qualities and I love her fire and spirit. She goes for what she wants. But by the time the book ends I felt she might want to seek an alternative career - a less dangerous career. Admittedly, I do not like love stories mixed in with my crime thrillers so I deducted a point off for that as it was way too predictable. A nice read overall, but I can’t say this book has me wanting to read more of this series.