Book Reviews of Random Acts

Random Acts
Random Acts
Author: Taylor Smith
ISBN-13: 9781551664316
ISBN-10: 1551664313
Publication Date: 9/1/1998
Pages: 442
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 45 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Paperback
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I have loved everything Taylor Smith has written. This was definitely another hit!
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Random Acts was a good read. Plot meandered at first, but eventually got to the point and was very suspenseful after that.
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WHAT A SURPRISE ENDING! I LOVE THOSE. I ALSO REALLY ENJOY TAYLOR SMITH. YOU DON'T OFTEN FIND THE STRONG FEMALE CHARACTERS IN THIS GENRE. IF YOU LIKE THIS ONE, READ THE REST OF THEM!
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a criminal profiler and a newspaperwoman team up to find a serial killer-well written
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does it take a killer to catch a killer...FBI profiler and ace reporter are caught between a man attracted to both. secrets are dangerous.
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Criminal profiler Laurel Maddenis at the top of her field. But being the best comes at a price. rilliant, beautiful and aloof, Agent Madden has a dark side and even darker secrets. Maybe that's why she understands the criminal mind so well.
Sent to cover the disappearance of the children, reporter Claire Gillespie arrives in California with another, more personal aenda: to rip away the veil of secrecy that surrounds and protects Madden. Claire has evidence that Madden committed a murder...and got away with it. Until now. And Claire won't rest until there's justice for the victim-someone she cared about.
Between these two determined women stands veteran FBI agent Dan Sprague-torn by duty, loyalty to one woman and an intense attraction to the other.
As the balance shifts dangerously betwwen thses three, on thing becomes clear:hunting killers is a dangerous game.

An excellent book
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FBI agents in California are trying to stop children from disappearing.
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Criminal profiler Laurel Madden is at the top of her field. But being the best has had its price. Brilliant, beautiful, Agent Madden is known as the untouchable . . .until a case finally touches her where it hurts the most.
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A random predator is terrorizing Southern California. After children start disappearing, it's up to the FBI's best to stop a killer.
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