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The Killing Hour (FBI Profiler, Bk 4)
The Killing Hour - FBI Profiler, Bk 4
Author: Lisa Gardner
PBS Market Price: $8.09 or $4.19+1 credit
ISBN-13: 9780553584523
ISBN-10: 0553584529
Publication Date: 9/28/2004
Pages: 464
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 385 ratings
Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 4
Kimberly Quincy is an FBI rookie, training in Quantico. During an run one evening she stumbles across the dead body of a young woman. This death leads her into a cold case that a fellow trainee had been investigating while a police officer. Taking a leave from the academy Kimberly teams up with Mac McCormack, as well as her father and his girlfriend, highly qualified profilers, to try and prevent any more deaths.

Lots of death, mayhem, forensics, profiling and gore as well as high octane thrills, this book was an edge of the seat roller coaster ride, and very enjoyable if you like that kind of thing (I do).
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Helpful Score: 4
I love Gardner's Pierce Quincy books and this one doesn't disappoint. Non-stop suspense. I couldn't put it down.
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this is by far my favorite lisa gardner book. this is one of the first books in a long time to suck me in and not let go!! the way she describes the heat made me break a sweat, literally!!!!!! made me want to read all of her books.
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Mystery doesn't get much better than this, a fast ride from the word 'Go!' Give me more of the Quinceys!!! Please . . . . .
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Helpful Score: 1
I enjoyed this book very much. Lots of twists and turns to keep you guessing.
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This book was terribly average. A serial killer who picks up two girl's at time leaves one dead as a map for investigators to find the other. Unfortunately, the other girl is always left in an isolated, treacherous location where she is forced to struggle to survive with only a bottle of water in the stifling heat while investigators attempt to locate her.

Kimberly, a young tortured woman currently attending the FBI academy, stumbles across the first body and throws away her dreams of becoming an FBI agent in order to pursue the case because the corpse resembles her deceased sister. She joins sexy special agent man Mac who has been following this killer for years. What follows is a by-the-numbers serial killer chase. Young women (who we never gete to know) die, the duo fall in lust (all off screen, bleh) and a victim struggles to survive. The only captivating thing about this book was Tina's struggle to survive. The other characters (and there were too many for me to remember) just didn't grab me as they were all people I'd read about numerous times in books like these. It was an okay read just not something I'll remember come next week.
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This is the first time I have ever read Lisa Gardner, and found that I really liked her book.
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couldnt put this one down!
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Good book.
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LISA GARDNER AT HER BEST
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Good book.
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The book has a pretty good story line and keeps you interested, however it isn\'t a real page turner, at least not for me.
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The 1st two sentences of the prologue are: The man first started noticing in 1998. Two girls went out to a bar, and never came home.

I love Lisa Gardner books she is a great story teller!!!!!!!!! You will not want to put this book down.
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Each time he strikes, he takes two victims. He waits for the first victim to be discovered - a body containing all the clues investigators need to find the second victim, who counts the seconds...to a slow but certain death. Now, two girls have disappeared, and the deadly countdown begins again. Rookie FBI agent Kimberly Quincy knows the killer's deadline can be met, but she'll have to break some rules to do it.
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Great book. I enjoy the Quincy/Kimberly/Rainee stories.
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"A high-octane page turner...With tight plotting, an ear for forensic detail and a dash of romance,this is truly satisfing sizzer in the tradition of Tess Gerritsen and Tami Hoag" Publishers Weekly
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Exciting and very readable.
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This is a great series - ongoing FBI agent/profiler and his family and lots of thrilling cases, of course most INCLUDE his family.
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The forensic investigation takes center stage in this novel. This serial killer has a unique pattern: every strike has two victims. The body left in a visible location bears clues to the location of a still-living victim whose time is running out.
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A fast paced thriller from one of my favorite authors.
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Thoroughly enjoyable. Excellent plot with Kimberly finally less dramatic. I did guess who the killer was b/c of one line near the end but not how it would end. A very good book !
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This book was fantastic! Kept me on the edge of my seat and guessing until the very end. This is book four of the ongoing Quincy-Rainie series. In order the books are:

"The Perfect Husband" intro of Pierce Quincy
"The Third Victim" intro of Rainie Conner
"The Next Accident" intro of Kimberly Quincy
"The Killing Hour" intro of Michael "Mac" McCormack
"Gone"
"Say Goodbye"

I have not read the last two books but the rest have all been great reads. I would suggest reading these books in proper order just to understand and appreciate the dynamics of each character and their interaction with each other. However, there is enough background info given in each book so that they don't necessarily need to be read in order.
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Each time he strucke, he took 2 victims. Day after day, he waite for the first body to be discovered .. a body containing clues the investigatorsneeded to find the second victime, who waited .. prey to slow but a certain death. The clok ticked .. salvation was possible. The police were never in time.
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UNABRIDGED
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An excellent thriller. Hard to put down and very suspenseful.
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Great book! For those who follow the Agent Quincy series, this is about his daughter Kimberly, as she trains to become an FBI agent.
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It was a good story, but I didn't find The Killing Hour quite as believable or as compelling as the previous books in this series. Perhaps turning the focus more on Kimberly this time is the part that didn't work for me. Her angst, really her whole story line, felt overstated and too predictable. But I did like the investigative details--identifying plants, testing water samples, etc.--that made the story more interesting. Gardner's writing is still well above average, and she packs a lot of suspense into a relatively short book, so I know I'll be continuing with the Profiler series.
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Another good book, tight plot, keeps you reading. One of her better books, you care about these characters.
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Another in the series of books involving Kimberly Quincy and her father, Pierce. This book tells of the Eco-Killer, who always takes two victims. The first body found being the clue giver for the whereabouts of the second victim. Second victim is always waiting - prey to a slow, but certain death.

Another good read. Lisa Gardner keeps turnin' them out!
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I loved this book! Very suspenseful with lots of plot twists to leave you guessing.
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Another good one from Gardner...
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Loved it!
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Thriller centering around the search for the victims of a serial killer who grabs his targets two at a time, killing one quickly and using her body to lead searchers on a race against time to find the other before her time runs out. The careful reader may be able to suss out a good portion of the puzzle before the end.
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I like this series of books by Lisa Gardner. This one was a little slow at first but was suspense filled. You're rooting for the girls and some make it, some don't. Really good read. Ordering Bk 5 right now.
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Great series
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A good read.
Lisa Gardner is a new author to me, and one I will look for again.
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Excellent. I couldn't put it down.
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Each time he strikes, he takes two victims. He waits for the first victim to be discovered - a body containing all the clues investigators need to find the second victim, who counts seconds.....to a slow and certain death.
Once you start this book I guarantee you will not put it down.
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i really like this author - she's good at more complex plots and she really keeps you guessing!
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Good, Good, Good, keeps you guessing
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girls keep disappearing and it keeps you guessing til the end
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Each time he strikes, he takes two victims. He waits for the first victim to be discovered, a body containing all the clues investigators need to know to find the second victim, who is counting the seconds to a slow, but certain death.

Chilling!
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I liked the book. It was fast-moving and interesting.
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It has been a while since a vicious murderer killed Kimberly Quincy's mother and sister and put a gun to Kimberly's own head, but rage and guilt are Kim's constant companions, isolating her even as they toughen her in the struggle to become an FBI agent. After she literally stumbles on the body of a woman who looks very like her dead sister, her tightly controlled emotions spill into a furious search for a serial killer that compromises her career. In concert with an equally dedicated (and attractive) Georgia law enforcement officer, her estranged father (a former FBI profiler), and a handful of forensics specialists, she pursues clues to solve a deadly game, the prize for which is a kidnapped young woman. The forensic detail is great, and Gardner works in some genuinely creepy moments, especially when she zeroes in on the victim struggling against horrific odds. A tighter focus and a trimmed-down cast of characters would have made the reading smoother, but that won't stop Gardner's fans.
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Great suspense with some familiar characters.
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Great read!
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I absolutely LOVE Lisa Gardner
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An excellent writer and an engrossing tale. Highly recommended for any one who likes crime thrillers.
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Just my kind of book, suspense, murders, finding the killer, FBI agents, some romance... don't know if I want to let you have it....
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Another good read by Lisa Gardner
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EACH TIME HE STRIKES HE TAKES TWO VICTIMS HE WAITS FOR THE FIRST VIC TO BE DISCOVERED A BODY CONTAINING ALL THE CLUES THE INVESTIGATORS NEED TO FIND THE OTHER VICTIM SO A NEW FBI ROOKIE KIM QUNICY HAS TO FIND THIS PREDATOR WITH THE HELP FORM HER PROFILER FATHER IN HOPE TO CATCH THE KILLER BEFORE THE NEXT VIC IS DEAD
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A good book as are all her books.
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A cold case grows hot again in Gardner's sixth high-octane page-turner, a romantic thriller that features rookie FBI agent Kimberly Quincy. Kimberly is the daughter of Pierce Quincy, former FBI profiler turned PI, last seen in The Next Accident. She's a tough, troubled young woman still recovering from the murders of her mother and sister six years earlier. During week nine of the FBI Academy's 16-week training program in Virginia, she discovers the body of a young woman who looks like her late sister. Since the corpse has been dumped on a secured Marine base, the Naval Criminal Investigation Service is in charge, but determined Kimberly soon takes a leave of absence so she can team up with Michael "Mac" McCormack, visiting Georgia Bureau of Investigations Special Agent, along with her father and his partner, Rainie Connor, to prevent another death. Mac receives taunting mail and cell phone messages ("planet dying... animals weeping... rivers screaming... can't you hear it? Heat kills") that lead him to suspect a serial eco-killer who last struck in Georgia three years earlier, leaving seven dead women and one survivor. Sparks fly between Kimberly and Mac as they rush to rescue the eco-killer's latest victim, Tina Krahn. Gardner offers riveting glimpses of Tina's struggle to survive in an environmentally hazardous locale. With tight plotting, an ear for forensic detail and a dash of romance, this is a truly satisfying sizzler in the tradition of Tess Gerritsen and Tami Hoag.
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Each time he strikes, he takes 2 victims. He waits for the first to be discovered, a body with all of the clues to finding the second one, who is on a countdown to a slow and painful death..

Rookie FBI agent Kimberly Quincy knows the killer's deadline can be met, but she will have to bend some rules to do it.
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Rookie FBI Agent Kimberly Quincy joins her father to help look for a dangerous killer like none before. Very fast paced and enjoyable.
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Just when you think you've figured it out, you find out you haven't...This one will keep you on the edge and guessing until the very end.
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I love her books. Couldn't put it down. Keeps you guessing until the end.
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Excellent read. I couldn't put it down.
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GOOD BOOK GREAT SUSPENSE
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Great thriller that keeps you guessing til the last page!
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The storyline started a little slow. I thought to myself "too much extraneous information; what does this have to do with the plot?" Well, stick with it because the pace picks up & it's hard to put the book down. The characters are very well fleshed-out, unlike some books that I have read recently. Their motivations are understandable, & the characters are likeable, believable and sympathetic. You think you know the ending, but there's a twist or two in this plot. All in all, I really enjoyed the book.
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Along the plot lines of a Patricia Cornwell book. Although I liked it,I would prefer Lisa Gardner didn't use recurring characters.
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A cold case grows hot again in Gardner's sixth high-octane page-turner, a romantic thriller that features rookie FBI agent Kimberly Quincy. Kimberly is the daughter of Pierce Quincy, former FBI profiler turned PI, last seen in The Next Accident. She's a tough, troubled young woman still recovering from the murders of her mother and sister six years earlier. During week nine of the FBI Academy's 16-week training program in Virginia, she discovers the body of a young woman who looks like her late sister. Since the corpse has been dumped on a secured Marine base, the Naval Criminal Investigation Service is in charge, but determined Kimberly soon takes a leave of absence so she can team up with Michael "Mac" McCormack, visiting Georgia Bureau of Investigations Special Agent, along with her father and his partner, Rainie Connor, to prevent another death. Mac receives taunting mail and cell phone messages ("planet dying... animals weeping... rivers screaming... can't you hear it? Heat kills") that lead him to suspect a serial eco-killer who last struck in Georgia three years earlier, leaving seven dead women and one survivor. Sparks fly between Kimberly and Mac as they rush to rescue the eco-killer's latest victim, Tina Krahn. Gardner offers riveting glimpses of Tina's struggle to survive in an environmentally hazardous locale. With tight plotting, an ear for forensic detail and a dash of romance, this is a truly satisfying sizzler in the tradition of Tess Gerritsen and Tami Hoag.
PUBLISHERS WEEKLY REVIEW
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Taken from back cover: Death always strikes on time . . . Each time he strikes, he takes two victims. He waits for the first victim to be discovered -- a body containing all the clues investigators need to find the second victim, who counts the seconds . . . to a slow but certain death.

Now, two girls have disappeared, and the deadly countdown begins again. Rookie FBI agent Kimberly Quincy knows the killer's deadline can be met -- but she'll hve to break some rules to do it. Joining forces with her father, renowned FBI profiler Pierce Quincy, and his partner, Rainie Conner, Kimberly will begin a dangerous hunt for a predator like none she's ever seen.

He's had five years to perfect his game. Now the clock is ticking. For his victims and for Kimberly . . .

TIME'S UP.
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An interesting mystery!
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Lisa Gardner does it again! Another great book!
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The murder takes two victims each time he strikes. He wiats for the first to be discovered, her body containing clues to the second victim who is dying a slow but certain death. Rookie FBI agent Kimberly Quincy joins forces with her father, Pierce Quincy, a renowned FBI profiler to hunt for this dangerous preditor before another victim dies.
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I was kept guessing to the end. A must read for all Gardner fans. The clock is now for you to start reading.
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Awesome book. Loved it. I couldn't stop reading once I picked it up. If you read the other books with Pierce/Rainie, you have to read this one. The main focus is Pierce's daughter Kimberly. It's a very quick read because it is so fast paced.
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quite a thriller
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From Publishers Weekly
A cold case grows hot again in Gardner's sixth high-octane page-turner, a romantic thriller that features rookie FBI agent Kimberly Quincy. Kimberly is the daughter of Pierce Quincy, former FBI profiler turned PI, last seen in The Next Accident. She's a tough, troubled young woman still recovering from the murders of her mother and sister six years earlier. During week nine of the FBI Academy's 16-week training program in Virginia, she discovers the body of a young woman who looks like her late sister. Since the corpse has been dumped on a secured Marine base, the Naval Criminal Investigation Service is in charge, but determined Kimberly soon takes a leave of absence so she can team up with Michael "Mac" McCormack, visiting Georgia Bureau of Investigations Special Agent, along with her father and his partner, Rainie Connor, to prevent another death. Mac receives taunting mail and cell phone messages ("planet dying... animals weeping... rivers screaming... can't you hear it? Heat kills") that lead him to suspect a serial eco-killer who last struck in Georgia three years earlier, leaving seven dead women and one survivor. Sparks fly between Kimberly and Mac as they rush to rescue the eco-killer's latest victim, Tina Krahn. Gardner offers riveting glimpses of Tina's struggle to survive in an environmentally hazardous locale. With tight plotting, an ear for forensic detail and a dash of romance, this is a truly satisfying sizzler in the tradition of Tess Gerritsen and Tami Hoag.
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More FBI, Quantico, serial killer on the loose. this has father, daughter working together against the bad guy, i enjoyed the interplay of characters.
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This one is non stop action.
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What will YOU do when time runs out?

Death Always Strikes on Time....

Each time he strikes, he takes two victims. He waits for the first victim to be discovered-a body containing all the clues investigators need to find the second victim, who counts the seconds...to a slow but certain death.

Now, two girls have disappeared, and the deadly countdown begins again. Rookie FBI agent Kimberly Quincy knows the killer's deadline can be met-but she'll have to break some rules to do it. Joining forces with her father renowned FBI profiler Pierce Quincy, and his partner, Rainie Conner, Kimberly will begin a dangerous hunt for a predator like none she's ever seen.

He's had five years to perfect his game. Now the clock is ticking. For his victims and for Kimberly....

Time's Up
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Good with surprising bad guy!! Strong characters that you want to win!
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Rookie FBI agent Kimberly Quincy joins forces with her father, FBI profiler Pierce Quincy, to hunt down a serial killer.
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Each time he strikes, he takes two victims. He waits for the first victim to be discovered-a body containing all the clues investigators need to find the second victim, who counts the seconds... to a slow but certain death.

Now, two girls have disappeared, and the deadly countdown begins again. Rookie FBI agent Kimberly Quincy knows the killer's deadline can be met-but she'll have to break some rules to do it. Joining forces with her father, renowned FBI profiler Pierce Quincy, and his partner, Rainie Conner, Kimberly will begin a dangerous hunt for a predator like none she's ever seen.

He's had five years to perfect his game. Now the clock is ticking. For his victims and for Kimberly... Time's up.
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The clock is ticking....When time runs out, someone dies. Rookie FBI agent Kimberly Quincy knows the killer's deadline can be met - but she will have to break some rules to do it.
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Another fun and easy read. It is a continuation of the Pierce/Rainie story with the added bonus of Pierce's daughter's story too. If you like to follow the lives of the main characters, then this one continues their story with a good mystery too.
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This is an excellent continuation of the Quincy/Rainie series by Lisa Gardner. HOWEVER - it contains some spoilers for the story that is covered in Book 3 of the series, called "The Next Accident". I read this one first, and while I thoroughly enjoyed the story, the twists, the character development, it would have been so much more of a well-rounded experience if I had read "The Next Accident" first.

Now that I am reading "The Next Accident", I wish I had read it before "Killing Hour".
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Each time he struck, he took two victims. Day after day, he waited for the first body to be discovered-a body containing all the clues the investigators needed to find the second victim, who waited...prey to a slow but certain death.
The clock ticked-salvation was possible.
The police were never in time.
Year have passed but for this killer time has stood still. As a heat wave of epic proportions descends, the game begins again. Two girls have disappeared and the clock is ticking.
Rookie FBI agent Kimberly Quincy knows the killers deadline can be met. But she'll have to break some rules to beat an exacting vicious criminal at a game he's had time to perfect.
For the killing hour has arrived...
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A real thriller!
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very good read