FBI Special Agent Maggie O'Dell and her partner, R.J. Tully, are assigned a case where six young men staged a standoff with FBI Agents. Only one boy is left alive. The rest killed themselves with cyanide laced tablets. As Maggie and Tully work the case, they are assigned a second case. A teenage girl has been found raped and murdered. Her body left posed behind the FDR monument in Washington, D.C. The two investigators soon discover a connection between the cases. The link is Reverend Joseph Everett and his Church of Spiritual Freedom. As they work to find evidence against Rev. Everett, Maggie and Tully worry that their loved ones may be targets.
This is the third book in Kava's Maggie O'Dell series. Even though I quickly figured out the murderer and the motive, I think the stories are getting stronger, the characters more interesting. My rating: 4 Stars.
This was just an okay for me, it seemed to lack something. I thought it kind of slow with too many pages that were just page fillers and not much happening. I don't think there is much suspense/thriller to this story so I guess you'd call it a ho hum kind of book.
Interesting story, but too shallow. I like to get inside people and their motivation, and it just wasn't there.