Book Reviews of Next Victim

Next Victim
Next Victim
Author: Michael Prescott
ISBN-13: 9780451207531
ISBN-10: 045120753X
Publication Date: 12/3/2002
Pages: 384
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 41 ratings
Publisher: Signet Book
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Although a bit slow at the beginning, I couldn't put it down and rad late into the night. Very good read.
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Very, very good ....Rollercoaster ride material, as are all of Mr Prescott's books!
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A first class thriller all the way! Michael Prescott does it again!!!
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he calls himself mobius and he is a seriel killer.
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good book
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He calls himself Mobius-and he's a serial killer who has eluded the FBI for years.Catching him is an obsession for agent MCCallum.He murdered her lover,and now he's returned in a new state w/a new identity.And a new means of killing.
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Unusual serial-killer / terrorist-supplier interaction. Hey, why not, it's entertaining.
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A serial killer called Mobius gets his hands on a chemical warfare weapon
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An FBI agent is tracking a serial killer who calls himself Mobius. The hunt becomes even more deadly when Mobius comes after her... bringing chemical weapons with him.....

I loved this book! The characters are excellent and the plot twists will keep you guessing until the very end. You won't believe how this one turns out!
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Tess McCallum is an FBI agent who is determined to find and destroy the psychopath (Mobius) who murdered her lover and former partner. Mobius has been dormant for several years when Tess gets a summons from her former boss, Assistant Director Gerald Andrus, bringing her to L.A. to investigate a suspect who seems frighteningly similar to Mobius. At the same time a suspect in another FBI investigation turns up dead and the nerve gas she is carrying disappears. Again the M.O. of the murder is reminiscent of Mobius. Are these cases related and do they have anything to do with Mobius? Can a sociopath evolve into a terrorist who will unleash the nerve gas onto the unsuspecting L.A.populace?
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Tess McCallum tracks the serial killer known as Mobius, a tense complicated plot with a satisfying end