Brennan's books are in the romance section of Borders bookstore. This book has some romance but lots of suspense, mystery and intrigue. Hope no one who sees her books under romance is turned off and doesn't read Brennan. This woman is headed to the top of the best seller list. One thing I like about her books she doesn't stay with a character forever. Terrific series, I'm hooked on to the next Brennan thriller.
The third and I guess final story in the Evil series. Another entertaining page turner about involving the Kincaid family. I hope she does another series involving these great characters she has created.
This is the first of Allison Brennan's books I've read, but I already have obtained the other two in this series. I read this either in one night or two because I couldn't put it down. It's graphic in nature, but the suspense and horror of the crimes being committed are enough to make me get extra security on my computer and extra locks on my doors!
Kate Donovan, an FBI agents, is Lucy Kincaid's only hope. Instead of getting ready for her high school graduation ceremony, Lucy is facing a vicious rape and execution - to be witnessed by hundreds of heartless Internet viewers!
Raw language and circumstances, but a compelling storyline.
The final book in the "Evil" trilogy and my favorite of the three.
When an Internet predator sets his sights on Lucy Kincead, her brother Dillon is desperate to find her. His only hope is FBI Agent Kate Donovan who's tangled with this killer before and wound up losing her best friend and lover in the process. Fast-paced, exciting, and just enough romantic suspense to keep you up late to finish.
Having read Hear No Evil and See No Evil, the novel "Fear No Evil" is the best of the trilogy. "Fear No Evil" story-line connects several characters from previous mentioned novels. Allison Brennan carefully weaves a tale of suspense and mystery. This tale is one which keeps the reader on the seat's edge. It is very difficult to put this book down.
Really good follow up to the 'Evil' books. This one has all the Kincai's trying to save the youngest, Lucy. It even brings in Jack, Dillon's twin, who hasn't been hopme in years. Lucy has been kiddnaped by an online snuff film producer who sell footage of rape and murder over the internet. Dillon meets Kate an F.B.I. agent on the run, charged with an unauthorized stakeout that got her best friend and her lover killed. While on the hunt for Trask Dillon and Kate form a bond but it looks they might not make it out of this one.
Instead of preparing for her high school graduation, Lucy Kincaid is facing a vicious execution. Lured by an online predator, she's destined to die horribly --- live on the internet --- while hundreds of heartless viewers watch and vote on the method of her demise.
This one took my breath away and couldn't wait to see how it ended.
A killer is snatching women and broadcasting their torture and rape on the internet for a fee.
Five years ago the killer kidnapped Kate Donovan's partner and broadcast her death. Kate, now an ex-FBI agent, is always one step behind the madman until he kidnaps Lucy, an 18 year old college bound student.
With time running out before Lucy's execution, Kate joins forces with Lucy's brother, Dillon Kincaid, a forensic psychiatrist.
This book was a great, great read, even though it doesn't leave you in the dark about some of the torture the victoms endure. Page turner, gutsy, great character driven story. And I don't want to forget to mention there is even a wonderful developing romance between Dillon and Kate.
Five years ago FBI agent Kate Donovan took on a sadistic killer and lost. Now running from her own government in order to prove her innocence in another girl's gruesome murder, Kate teams with forensic psychiatrist Dillon Kincaid to find the killer's chamber of horrors before Dillon's sister Lucy is slaughtered live on the Internet.
Perfect wrap to a wonderfully suspenseful trilogy. I hope to see more of the Kincaids in future books. Spoiler - Quinn Peterson (from The Hunt) makes an appearance in this book. Great book from one of my favorite suspense authors.