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Kat McKay loves her job as a cop in L. Forced to return to the town she left as a teenager, she must turn to the one person she knows she can trust for help — even if he still hates her for leaving. Nothing is as it seems though, and it is a race against time to find out the truth before it destroys them all. Described as 'simply unputdownable', this fast-paced series from best-selling author A. Carella will keep you turning the pages. Grab your copy today and find out for yourself why so many people can't get enough of the McKays. Read more Read less.

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Another 'would be' novelist who does not understand the difference between episodic television scripts and real novels. Whatever happened to the idea of bringing a story to a conclusion in one 'book'? First half of the book read well but the second half It was very uneven, addition of new characters with pitiful poor explanations of how they are related to each other, unrealistic dialogue, and the characters were barely two-dimensional.

Read only if you can't find another book; otherwise, this is marginal at best. What a very confusing book this was. I wish I could have given this book a minus twenty because it was stupid and horrible. Very poorly written.

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I will not read anymore of this persons books. The entire part of how the parents died was not even written about and you never knew who the person was that the chapter was about until the middle of it! Very poorly written, very unacceptable. I've been contemplating whether I should give this one a 3 star rating or 2. You see, even if this one didn't gave me the who-dun-it part I've been looking for, I was still able to enjoy it, well, it was actually on the last 2 or 3 chapters. I started this story last Sunday but I managed to finish it last night which isn't normal for me.

I normally finish a book just for a day regarding whether I'm busy at work or not. In this gripping stand-alone from bestselling author Mary Burton, an FBI agent must catch a copycat killer. The only difference this time: she's the final victim. Detective Angie Pallorino took down a serial killer permanently and, according to her superiors, with excessive force.

Benched on a desk assignment for twelve months, Angie struggles to maintain her sense of identity - if she's not a detective, who is she?

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Then a decades-old cold case washes ashore, pulling her into an investigation she recognizes as deeply personal. Angie's lover and partner, James Maddocks, sees it, too. But spearheading an ongoing probe into a sex-trafficking ring while keeping Angie's increasing obsession with her case in check is taking its toll.

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As startling connections between the parallel investigations emerge, Maddocks realizes he has even more than Angie's emotional state to worry about. Driven and desperate to solve her case, Angie goes rogue, risking her relationship, career, and very life in pursuit of answers. She'll learn that some truths are too painful to bear, and some sacrifices include collateral damage. Listening to The Drowned Girls first is not necessary in order to appreciate this very dark and disturbing novel. The Lullaby Girl is about Pallorino discovering the personal history she does not remember prior to being found on church steps at age 4.

Where did she com from? Who were her parents? Did she have siblings?

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This is an almost uniquely intense suspense mystery. The narration is first rate. After the stunning revelation of book one, she is on the hunt for her heritage, and it is a very dark one. I really liked this book and I love the characters, but at the same time I felt rushed in the events leading up to the conclusion. It was far too easy for Angie to find out who she was, and I wish the hunt would have been more cat and mouse like the first book.

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  5. Also the author splitting up Maddox and Pallorino story-lines took the book in another direction as they are better together than apart. There were a few loose ends that were not tied up, one being the killer of several people and the American client. Julie McKay was outstanding with the delivery of the story. First off I really hated this narrator.

    Everything seemed whiney and like a question. Secondly, I finally turned the book off with 3 hours left. This book felt like it was going nowhere and I couldn't care less what happened.