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  1. says:

    FBI profiler Maggie O Dell finds herself back in Nebraska after a priest is found murdered in the Omaha airport bathroom and it appears he s one of several being murdered around the country She was pulled away from a case in Washington, D C where the heads of three women were found in different locations in the District Unbeknownst to anyone, Maggie s friend psychologist Gwen

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    Number five in the series and I still cannot bump it up to four stars although it was close The final part of the book was very exciting and I felt only good thoughts as I closed my iPad on it But then I considered the earlier parts of the book which still contained all the things I do not like about this series Maggie is still only marginally competent Characters from previous boo

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    This was the best book in the series, up to date.It was fast paced and intriguing, always keeping you turning the pages.A good ending to the story that started in A Perfect Evil.I will suggest only reading this book if you ve read the previous books in the series, otherwise you will be lost and end up giving bad reviews.

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    FBI profiler, Maggie O Dell is back in the 5th book of this series.Maggie is working on two cases that seem linked with each other.in DC, priests are being killed and in Omaha, women s heads are being discovered.With the help of her friend, mentor and psychologists, Gwen Patterson and Detective Julia Racine, they begin searching for the connection between two different killers, which they be

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    As the killing spree continues unabated, it becomes clear to Maggie O Dell the FBI profiler assigned to the case that than one perpetrator is responsible As she begins to drill down into the facts, Maggie discovers a disturbing Internet role playing game for youths who have been victims of male authority figures including Catholic priests.With the first real lead in the investigation, Maggie won

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    Profiler Maggie O Dell is working two cases, one in DC where they are finding women s heads and another that is killing priests Not to mention her friend Gwen is caught up in the situation as well.Really enjoyed the story even though I figured the Priest Killer out pretty early There were some nice twists.

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    WOW Loved it

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    Oh good grief I might as well retire my less than shiny super sleuth badge after reading A Necessary Evil I have to give her credit,Kava dragged me around by the nose and I still didn t see the true killer until the last couple of pages.After stopping and starting and not giving this book it s due until the 70% mark, I am glad I picked up the pace to enjoy the roller coaster ending Good job on Kava s part respo

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    This is the first Alex Kava novel I ve read It quickly became apparent that this was a mistake, as the plot of this one revolves around the bad guy from a previous book in the series Whoops Luckily I wasn t blown away by A Necessary Evil, so I won t be cursing my luck over that.In this thriller, FBI profiler Maggie O Dell has two cases to deal with women s heads are appearing near where she lives in Washington DC, w

  10. says:

    Well, what an adventure this book is Fairly fast paced, twists turns, red herrings Elvan s term , and surprises left, right and center Alex Kava is moving right up there in being a favourite I don t want to say a whole lot about this book for those of you that haven t read it yet just, hurry up and read it It is so worth it 2 thumbs up and 5 stars for making me think and puzzle things out and look over my shoulder at tim

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