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See No Evil (No Evil, Bk 2)
See No Evil - No Evil, Bk 2
Author: Allison Brennan
A troubled teenage girl has been charged with the grisly murder of her stepfather. The evidence is damning: Emily was found alone at the scene with blood on her hands, and an incriminating e-mail she wrote outlines a murder plot identical to the method of the brutal slaying. But deputy district attorney Julia Chandler believes her niece is innoc...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780345495037
ISBN-10: 0345495039
Publication Date: 2/27/2007
Pages: 432
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.

4.1 stars, based on 217 ratings
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Together Julia and Connor uncover a chain of unsolved violent crimes tied to an unorthodox Therapist.
What a wonderful susprnse story. It keeps you quessing all the way to the end. This is the first book I have read by this Author. I would highly recommend this book to anyon how enjoys Suspence novels.
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This was a suspenseful book about an ADA trying to save her niece from prison after discovering that she has been framed for the murder of her step-father.

It was a very good read, hard to put down, and the characters worked well together.

I highly recommend this book.
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This is the first book by this author that I have read. I was expecting the typical crime/romance, but I was surprised. The romance was there, but not overpowering. What you mostly get is crime...and it's gruesome. At least to me it is. It was horrible, made me cringe, but it also made me turn the page to see what would happen next. I finished it in one day. What I really liked about this book was that I didn't figure out whodunit until the very end. Brennan does a fantastic job at storytelling and you won't be able to put this book down. It's the first in the Evil series.
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It's always exciting when a book keeps you guessing until the end.
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An excellent read with a last minute of letting you know who did it.
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This is the second story in the Evil series, another good murder mystery. I am about to start the third and final story Fear No Evil. I did enjoy the first book slightly more than the second.
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This installment in the "Evil" trilogy (Speak No Evil, See No Evil, Fear No Evil) centers around Julia Chandler an assistant district attorney and Conner Kincaid, brother to Carina Kincaid and former police officer. Julia and Chandler have a history and it's not a happy one since it centers on the time when he resigned from the police force. But Julia's niece, Emily, is in trouble and Conner has helped out before as a private eye to help find Emily and Julia needs him now since Emily's stepfather has been murdered and Emily looks like the prime suspect.

Julia, Conner and Conner's brother Dillon work together to sort out some strange happenings in their area and track down the killers to help prove Emily's innocence. On the way to that end, Julia and Conner have to work through their feelings from the past and the feelings that they are currently feeling.

Loaded with suspense with a side of romance, plus characters you really like, See No Evil is a great read from start to finish. EAch time I set this book down, I couldn't wait until I could pick it up next and see what Julia and Conner would do. The mystery is intricately woven and very enjoyable to try and figure out. The crimes and the subject matter are dark and handled very realistically but you don't feel bogged down by the whole plot. These characters will stay with you for awhile as well as the circumstances in which the crimes were committed. Ms. Brennan has another winner on her hands and I'm only sorry I didn't read this earlier!