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Sudden Death (F.B.I. Trilogy) download ebook
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2009) (The first book in the . Trilogy series) A novel by Allison Brennan. When by-the-book FBI agent Megan Elliott realises that the murder victim she's investigating carries military ID, what seemed to be a simple murder enquiry turns a lot more serious.

2009) (The first book in the . An unusual mutilation on the body causes Meg to suspect the murder is target specific, especially when she discovers another recently murdered soldier with the same disfigurement.

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Sudden Death ( FBI - 1 ) Allison Brennan Allison Brennan Sudden Death Let me not mourn for the men who have died fighting, but rather let me be glad that such heroes have. FBI - 1 ). Allison Brennan. Let me not mourn for the men who have died fighting, but rather let me be glad that such heroes have lived. Gen George S. Patton, June 7, 1945. Revenge is an act of passion; vengeance of justice.

Sudden Death f-1, page 2. g groaned from the sudden chill. Then his mouth was on her toes and she gasped. Electric bolts jolted her body as Jack sucked her toes, licked the bottoms of her feet, kissed her ankles. The backs of her knees.

Sudden Death f-1, page 24. part of FBI Series. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34. Her hands were everywhere, his head, his back, squeezing his biceps. Her legs moved as well, up and down his calves, her back arching whenever he eased up, trying to catch his breath, trying to slow things down. Slow things down before he couldn’t. True to his word, Jack tasted every inch of her flesh.

Book in the FBI Trilogy Series). this is the second book ive read of ms Brennan i like her style very much. I also enjoy how she seem to have a big plot and somehow always seem to tie a sub plot in involvin the main character. Evil minds are at work in this novel if you like fast paced easy one night reads this is for you. chilling serial kiler tale.

AUTHOR: Allison Brennan. TITLE: Sudden Death (. Acceptable - Very well read. May have significant wear and tear and contain notes & highlighting. Read full description. See details and exclusions.

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Reviews:
  • Cargahibe
PLEASE NOTE: It looks like Amazon has the reviews for (3) of Allison Brennan's books "Killing Fear" "Sudden Death" and "See No Evil" all mixed together for some reason. Its a real mess, so I just wanted to make a note of it to help avoid confusion. This review is for KILLING FEAR...

Seven years ago, Theodore Glenn was convicted of murdering four women and vowed revenge against those he held responsible for his incarceration. After a natural disaster occurs at San Quentin prison where he's being held, he escapes and heads south to begin his killing spree. Robin McKenna is a former stripper, current business owner, and the woman whose testimony helped put Glenn behind bars. Her ex-lover, Detective Will Hooper was the arresting officer, and both are on the top of this vicious and manipulative killer's hit list.

First off, though this is book one in the Prison Break Trilogy, Ms. Brennan puts a lot of cross-over characters into her novels. Will Hooper actually made multiple appearances in the No Evil Trilogy, and for that reason I'd suggest reading 'Speak No Evil' first, which is his partner's story. Even better, I'd recommend reading all her stories chronologically since each one is thrilling in its own right and there are so many people you'll recognize from previous books. No worries though if you'd prefer not to, as this can definitely be read as a standalone.

Killing Fear was a thrilling read which immediately grabbed my attention. At the start of this story I had a super hard time putting it down and figured it was a a five-star book for sure. However, although it was fast paced and never boring, I never really felt connected to either Will or Robin's characters. Glenn on the other hand, was a truly chilling individual whose obsession with Robin gave me the creeps. In the end I thought it was a very compelling romantic suspense, one I'm happy to have read and would easily recommend.
  • Burilar
Well, this was an emotionally engaging read although it was my least favorite of the trilogy. That's entirely due to the subject matter though which revolves around the kidnapping, rape and murder of 9-11 year old little girls. Needless to say, as a mother and aunt I had a difficult time dealing with some of the scenes. However, the writing was excellent as always, and had me bawling on a couple of occasions. This is the third and last in a series and can absolutely standalone, but I'd highly recommend 'The Prey' and most especially 'The Hunt' since the couple from that story play a large part in this one. I liked Zack and Olivia, though I had a harder time connecting with her character because of the aloofness she projected. The romance didn't seem to truly take root until the final quarter of the story, but I wound up really loving them as a couple. The ending was satisfying and although the serial child murderer gets his just reward, I felt a little conflicted over how it came about. Overall, if you can stomach the disturbing content you'll probably really enjoy this thrilling but also heart wrenching romantic suspense!
  • Beazekelv
Megan Elliott is a very successful special agent in the FBI. She takes her cases personally and she never gives up. Never. Megan currently heads the Violent Crimes/Major Offender Squad for the FBI. She takes her job very seriously and runs everything by the book. She doesn’t even bend the rules.

Jack Kincaid is a soldier-for-hire. He only takes jobs that are for the greater good. He has a team he trusts and he knows they would never fail him on a job. He doesn’t play by the rules but rather follows his heart and the consequences be damned. Jack is still trying to put right something that happened so many years ago and was beyond his control. He hasn’t been home, except for weddings and funerals, for 20 years.

Now a vicious pair of killers are cutting a bloody path through the United States killing veterans of the elite Delta Force. If it wasn’t bad enough that they are killing these men who have served for their country, the men are being taped to a chair and brutally tortured before being shot execution style. Megan gets involved in the Sacramento murder and Jack becomes involved when someone near and dear is murdered by the pair.

Can Megan and Jack work together to stop these serial killers before they strike again? Both must make compromises if they want to catch and stop them.

Brennan delivers again. I have read most of her back list and I am always amazed by the plots she creates. She includes high drama and tension with a satisfying ending. Who could ask for more? With Sudden Death, I wasn’t scarred or terrified as I have been before. I was more grossed out. The killers’ particular brand of torture is a personal flip out factor for me. It is very effective and I have no doubt that it could truly be done, it just creeps me out.

Both Megan and Jack are strong characters are they know their own morals and values. They also know which ones they can let bend a little to get the end result that they want. Their attraction is instantaneous but neither wants to bring down that wall of professionalism to explore it…until that wall gets blown apart by desire. Overall this was a great book and one that I think most romantic suspense junkies will appreciate.