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With them both having an interest in the John Doe Killer case, federal homicide investigator Ann Silver and local homicide detective Paul Falcon begin to feel a romantic connection as the case heats up.

Baker Publishing Group
Midwest Homicide Investigator Ann Silver appears out of nowhere and drops the best lead on a serial murder case that Special Agent Paul Falcon has had in years. But is he ready for this case's secrets--or this woman's?

Publisher: Minneapolis :, Bethany House,, 2012
ISBN: 9781441261175
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc. - Distributor

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Patricia_T
Jan 19, 2018

An excellent suspense book, great characters in Ann and Paul, however, a little disconcerting that previous books and characters are involved, took a little getting used to this but it was still a great read.

sarazor Jun 19, 2014

I agree with the other reviews of this books. Not the best of the Dee Henderson books, but it is a good one and a must read if you have read her other series. I read it last summer and am rereading it, it is better to understand the second time around. Keep writing Dee Henderson, and I will keep reading , and rereading your books

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SweetPea_3
May 21, 2013

This is a very strange book. It's very different from Dee Henderson's other novels and I didn't enjoy it nearly as much. There is just so much talking and narrative ... and really no action to speak of. The love story is feels really robotic. They fall in love, I guess, because they should but there doesn't seem to be a lot of feeling in it. In the end the book just sort of stopped.

johanna_schick Jan 04, 2013

This is a must read for fans of Dee Henderson, though might prove a little confusing for readers who have not read Henderson's other novels.
My only concern the attitude of the author. She first tells of the main character, Ann, who writes the O'Malley series, and all other Dee Henderson books, under an allonym. The rest of the novel talks of Ann and how she is a capturing, spell-casting writer. In a way, it gives the idea that Dee Henderson was wrapping up her writing career with a novel that essentially pats herself on the back.

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WendyGD
Oct 09, 2012

Dee Henderson is one of my favorite authors. This book is fine on its own, but many characters from previous books (both her series and stand-alone titles) either show up in this book or are mentioned by characters in the book. It's a nice little reminder for those of us who love all of her books, but I would think it would be irritating for people who haven't read the other books. This book was a good read, but I didn't enjoy it as much as some of her others. The O'Malley series is still my favorite. If you haven't read those, I suggest you begin with the prequel, Danger in the Shadows, or with the actual first book, The Negotiator.

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DollyWannaCracker
Jun 27, 2014

Ann to Paul: I don't want to get married for the sake of not being single, only to make a mess of it.

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