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New York Times and USA Today bestselling author ALLISON BRENNAN is the author of more than twenty novels, including the Lucy Kincaid series (Silenced. Allison Brennan is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling and award winning author of three dozen thrillers and numerous short stories. She was. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Allison Brennan is the New York Times bestselling author by Allison Brennan. Romance Kindle eBooks @ Amazon. com.

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It was midmorning and the temperature was already eighty degrees. The bullet had gone in clean, execution style, behind the ear.

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While the city did a fairly good job at keeping most of the streets clean, on the north side of downtown, away from the Capitol building and closer to the soup kitchen, the grime and unwanted bred.

Here, homeless weeded through the garbage off K Street for something edible when the city rolled up the sidewalks; or they slept against brick walls, clutching their meager possessions in a desperate grip.

No sign of struggle, and based on the lack of blood spatter, the victim had been prone when shot at close range. But he had the same outward injuries as the other two known victims.

His hamstrings had been cut clean through, incapacitating him. His wrists had been duct-taped to something, as evidenced from the chafing and band of missing arm hair.

And he was barefoot. The M. Not enough blood.

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No spray or cast-off. Where had he been attacked? Without touching the filthily clad victim, she inspected the deep gash in the back of his legs. She mim?

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If the victim was walking, the killer would have had to have walked up behind him and—slice—cut the hamstrings. If the vic was lying down, why would the killer slice his legs across? But why shoot him here? Why did the killer move him at all after the inital attack?

So, what does the evidence show, Simone? Sorry for being late.

A man came home early in the morning, drunk, and shot his wife and two kids while they slept, then blew his own brains out. Simone motioned for one of her team to photograph the scene and the body. She grinned and walked away, dropping markers at specific spots. A twenty-two is very effective at close range.

Which led to the question of why disable the victim first if only to shoot him? If the evidence held true compared with the first two known victims, Megan already had the answer: Handicapping the victim was to keep him from escaping. The two previous victims had no visible marks until their clothing was removed.

Then dozens of tiny pinpricks were obvious.

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Now Sacramento, California. The only thing those three places had in common, on the surface, was that they were large cities. The victims were single, male, between the ages of thirty-five and forty-five, tortured and murdered in their homes. While most serial predators stayed within one race, the first victim was black and the second and third were white.

The first vic owned his own business and, though divorced, was by all accounts a devoted father. The second vic had never married, had a rap sheet for minor drug charges, and worked as a mechanic. There was some indication that he had a gambling problem, which delayed the local police from reporting the crime to the national database, mistakenly believing it was payback for an uncollected debt. The hot sheet possibly linking the two had only been sent out late last week. ETA of the coroner?

Because her squad was already spread extremely thin, Megan had opted to check the scene herself. But there was no doubt in her mind after viewing the body that the murder of this homeless man was connected somehow to the murders in Texas and Nevada. Why and how were the two big questions other than, of course, who.

She would wait to call it in until she had more information.

Megan frowned as she visually inspected the body again. Something else struck her as odd. Because the victim was homeless and had been living on the streets long enough to disappear into the backdrop of Sacramento, his age was indeterminate. At first glance, he could be as young as thirty, but the ravages of drugs and alcohol or simply the hard years living on the streets aged him. They were clean.

She took out her BlackBerry and snapped a couple photographs. Or was this something new? Or special for this victim? Did this homeless man have some sort of hand-washing compulsion?

Or maybe there had been evidence on his hands and the killer had cleaned them. Very little could destroy evidence if the lab and technicians were good enough. But bleach or another caustic cleanser could be a sign that the victim had fought back and the killer had tried to conceal the evidence.

She knelt down and sniffed close to the hands.

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Unavailable for purchase. Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping. Sort By: Still, her latest case is leaving her stumped. A third body has turned up in San Antonio—and Read more Abandoned A Novel by Allison Brennan series Max Revere Novels 5 New York Times bestselling author Allison Brennan weaves the intimate, unputdownable story of an investigator confronting the most important--and most dangerous--mystery of her career.

Investigative reporter Max Revere has cracked many cases, but the one investigation she's never attempted is the mystery from her own past.

Her mother abandoned her when she was nine, sending her periodic postcards, Up until two months ago, McMahon wasa respected scientist—then his wife left him, he Still reeling from the sex-crime case that sealed her reputation, she's found a true friend and mentor in Agent Tony Presidio. No matter what goes down at the Bureau, Tony's got her back—until he Two years before the events in Notorious, Max travels to Colorado Springs to investigate the disappearance of a college student.

Frustrated over the Scarlet Moreno gets a panicked call from long-time friend Jason Jones, In one scene they are generous with their praise and encouragement where Lucy is concerned and in the next they are treating her like she is a five yr old. The Quite the Thriller. The men are coming across as one dimensional. I would like to like Sean, Lucy's love interest but for every scene that he is caring and kind, there is another scene where he behaves like a hothead.

When she has done most of the crime solving for the FBI suddenly all is forgiven. It's all quite maddening. In spite of this, I still enjoyed this fairly complex story. Brennan does a great job of setting the scenes so the reader is right there and in on the action.The picture that Max puts together is far darker and more deadly than she ever imagined. Shipping to an Australian address Order as many items as you want for one low delivery fee per order to an address in Australia.

So I was writing and re-writing the set-up trying to get a grip on the core story. And at the next crime scene, the people closest to Ivy were also killed in the line of fire. Shelves: , romantic-suspense In Allison Brennan's Silenced, the 4th installment in the Lucy Kincaid romantic suspense series, this storyline was so intense and twisted from start to finish.

And when she does, he'll be there waiting.