Book Reviews of Be Very Afraid

Be Very Afraid
Be Very Afraid
Author: S. K. McClafferty
ISBN-13: 9780821775752
ISBN-10: 0821775758
Publication Date: 6/1/2004
Pages: 352
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 13 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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This story The story is about an ex-FBI agent and her trying to deal with the murder of her daughter at the hands of a serial killer obsessed with her.She also has a gift-an intuition finely honed enought to get into the mind of the monster,who has started killing again.
I thought this was an emotional story. You cry, your scared,and you are elated when he is caught.
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Very good mystery-hard to put down.
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Liz lost her daughter to a murderer and left a promising FBI career to hide. Ex-hubby Jake is sent to bring her back because the same killer has struck again and Liz is the only one who can stop him.
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Liz Moncrief still blames herself. For getting involved in the first place. For putting her career at the FBI ahead of everything else. For being just too damned obsessed with catching the serial killer who buried his young victims alive. But the Cemetery Man eluded her and murdered her daughter. Jake English, FBI Special Agent, is faced with an impossible task: protecting an ex-wife who loathes him. Who won't listen. "He's on his way Liz, and he's killed two more kids in less than two months.
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Interesting thriller. A one sitting read. Very enjoyable.
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excellent book! I read it all at one time! Couldn't put it down!
Franky JaneW.
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Liz Moncrief still blames herself. For getting involved in the first place. For putting her career at the FBI ahead of everything else. For being just too damned obsessed with catching the serial killer who buried his young victims alive. But the Cemetery Man eluded her-and murdered her daughter. Something in Liz died that day...and two years later, the pain is just as raw...

Jake English, FBI Special Agent, is faced with an impossible task: protecting an ex-wife who lathes him. Who won't listen. 'He's on his way, Liz. And he's killed two more kids in less than two months.' The Quantico HQ put Jake in charge of the case, but he knows that Liz is the one with the gift-the only one who possesses an intuition finely honed enough to get into the mind of the monster. And she must. Because Jake is certain the twisted, sadistic game the Cemetary Man is playing can only end one way...in death.
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FBI agent Liz Moncreif lost her child to the killer called the Cemetary Man. The killer eludes the agents but two years later he is playing his games again.
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A very engaging suspense mixed with romance. Definitely a page turner.
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A romantic suspense, good for this type of book.
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good mystery
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A romance trying to be a thriller, the stilted dialogue was hard to overlook