Book Reviews of The Inquisitor

The Inquisitor
The Inquisitor
Author: Gayle Wilson
ISBN-13: 9780778323204
ISBN-10: 077832320X
Publication Date: 7/1/2006
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.
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3.3 stars, based on 59 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Paperback
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Edge of your seat type of read!
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First book I've read by this author-it won't be the last- I really enjoyed it.
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Terrific book-suspense all the way to the end-keeps you guessing as to "whodunit" -highly recommend
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I could not put this book down until I found out who did what!
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It happens once or twice a year that I pick up a book that I just can't finish. I quit reading after 158 dragging pages where literally almost nothing happened. It is a huge disappointment to me because the books I've read by Gayle Wilson were actually quite good.

Jenna Kincaid is psychologist in Birmingham. Shortly before Christmas she gives an interview to a TV reporter who asks her a non scripted question about recent killings in Birmingham. Not in the position to give an adequate profile Jenna gives back common knowledge but sound as if she would feel not only sad for the victims but the killer as well.

Sean Murphy is alarmed to see this interview on TV. Having followed the killers tracks for quite some time and his personal relationship to the killer of his sister made him restless and he wants revenge. With an appearance in Jenna's office he tries to set the fear into her mind because he knows she fits the killers pattern in appearance and just made herself his target that might be killed tomorrow, next week or next month.

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What happened with this book ? 154 pages and all I got from it is what I've written above, a phone call Sean received and a gift box in Jenna's fridge. Coming from the romantic suspense genre I expected somewhat the suspense but got instead the unfolding, dragging and plain boring romance between the two main characters. Usually I do read romantic suspense when the suspense isn't overshadowed by the romance but this one ? Nah. It will take some time until I pick up another Wilson book.

Other books I've reviewed by Gayle Wilson: The Suicide Club (pub. 07/2007) Victim (pub. 02/2008).
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the book was one that keeps you going till the
end
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A serial killer bring this sexy ex-army ranger & an up-tight psychologist together.
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A good ,fast read.A little romance,a whole lot of tension.The gore is limited but the fear factor prominent.
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Good read, one of the first books I have read from this author, will read more of her books.
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Great story!!!
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This book combines realistic romance with an intriguing psychological thriller storyline, not an easy task. The main characters, both hero and heroine are well-developed, strong, independent individuals who create both sparks and strength when their paths collide. Additionally, the worlds of mental health practice, psychology, and forensics are portrayed quite accurately, which is very unusual in books, television, and film. It's nice to see a book where the author has got all of the key elements together. This book is a great read!
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Classic Gayle Wilson - a serial killer has his eye on his next victim and the brother of one of his earlier victims is on the scene looking for the killer
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A serial murderer has set his sights on psychologist Jenna Kincaid. Ex-army ranger Sean Murphy has been hunting the murderer and feels Jenna will lead him to his prey.
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the serial murder the inquisitor has already killed over a dozen women and has his sights set on birmingham psychologist jenna kincaid as his next victim.
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The serial murderer dubbed the Inquisitor has already killed over a dozen women in various cities, and the authorities haven't a clue to his identity. He is organized, methodical and certain to kill again. And now he's set his sighta on Birmingham psychologist Jenna Kincaid.

Convinced that the Inquisitor killed his only sister, ex-army Ranger Sean Murphy has been hunting for him with one thing in mind: revenge. If his insticts are right, Jenna Kincaid will elad him to his prey.

But Jenna has gotten to Sean in a way that no one has in a very long time. And now he's desperate to keep her safe - because the madman is taking a terrifying pleaseure in the game unfolding. And if the killer wins, it's Jenna who will pay the ultimate price......
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looks scary! i haven't read it yet.

The serial murderer dubbed the Inquisitor has already killed over a dozen women in various cities, and the authorities haven't a clue to his identity. He is organized, methodical and certain to kill again. And now he's set his sights on Birmingham psychologist Jenna Kincaid.

Convinced that the Inquisitor killed his only sister, ex-army Ranger Sean Murphy has been hunting for him with one thing in mind: revenge. If his instincts are right, Jenna Kincaid will lead him to his prey.

But Jenna has gotten to Sean in a way that no one has in a very long time. And now he's desperate to keep her safe because the madman is taking a terrifying pleasure in the game unfolding. And if the killer wins, it's Jenna who will pay the ultimate price.
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The serial murderer dubbed the Inquisitor has already killed over a dozen women in various cities, and the authorities haven't a clue to his identity. He is organized, methodical and certain to kill again. And now he's set his sights on Birmingham psychologist Jenna Kincaid.
Convinced that the Inquisitor killed his only sister, ex-army Ranger Sean Murphy has been hunting for him with one thing in mind: revenge. If his instincts are right, Jenna Kincaid will lead him to his prey.

But Jenna has gotten to Sean in a way that no one has in a very long time. And now he's desperate to keep her safe -- because the madman is taking a terrifying pleasure in the game unfolding. And if the killer wins, it's Jenna who will pay the ultimate price.
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An expert in the art of killing...The serial murderer dubbed The Inquisitor has already killed over a dozen women in various cities, and the authorities haven't a clue to his identity. He is organized, methodical and certain to kill again. And now he's set his sights on Birmingham psychologist, Jenna Kincaid. Convinced that The Inquisitor killed his only sister, ex-army Ranger Sean Murphy has been hunting for him with one thing in mind: revenge. If his instincts are right, Jenn Kincaid will lead him to his prey. But Jenna has gotten to Sean in a way that no one has in a very long time. And now he's desperate to keep her safe--because the madman is taking a terrifying pleasure in the game unfolding. And if the killer wins, it's Jenna who will pay the ultimate price...
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Did not read the book. Didn't sound like my type. Book is brand new....