Politics can be murder...
Lieutenant Sam Holland has no sooner accepted Senator Nick Cappuano's proposal than she's back on the job. A woman has been found brutally murdered and evidence points to Henry Lightfeather, a senator and close friend of Nick's. While Sam investigates, Nick stands by his friend - complicating his own bid for reelection, and causing tension between the couple.
As Sam's investigation reveals a scandal that rocks the capital, Nick and Sam discover that the biggest threat to their future might be someone from her past...
©2011 Marie Force (P)2011 Harlequin
Book 3 in the Fatal series. These just keep getting better, if that is even possible.
Suspense, mystery, romance, camaraderie, humor. It's got it all. It's great how the side characters are developed further and get their own stories. Listening to this series always leaves me feeling warm and fuzzy.
Brilliant narration by Eva Kaminsky.
The combination of the Washington political scene, hunt for a vicious killer and developing personal relationships provides a multi level story which holds one's interest. It may be helpful to listen to the two preceding books since they provide background which supports this book...or consider just the last one Fatal Justice as a start. Each book adds to the richness and complexity of the main characters ...and each gets better and better.
"Each book is better than the last!"
The third installment in the series, this book is intense as Lt. Samantha Holland goes after the best kept secret in D.C., a high level prostitution ring.
Love this series and I'm anxious to read the next installment.
"Too much romance"
No suspense and too little action. This is a romance novel. Besides it is difficult to follow the story. what little there is of a story.
"A lighter version of the In Death Series"
It took me awhile to get into the book because it reminded me so much of J. D. Robb's In Death series. The book itself is a good book and if you have never read Robb's series it is actual a very good book. I had difficulties mainly because I kept seeing parallels between Force's characters and Robb's characters.
My take away is this - if you have read more than two of Robb's In Death books, you will have a hard time enjoying this series - if you have never read one of the In Death books, this is a good cop drama series.
No...the narrarator sounded like she either had a cold or something stuffed up her nose. I suggest just buying the book.
The story was very well written. I love the dynamics between the characters and the compelling story line.
I wanted to turn it off and read the book.
"Another Great Installment"
This is the third installment of the fatal series about Samantha (Sam) Holland. I loved the book. Great writing and timing. Sam is a too tough police lieutenant who, with her team, sets out to solve the mystery of brutally slain immigrant women. The Washington DC political intrigue is again featured in the book and Sam's senator fiancé Nick is as dashing as ever. This is gritty,thriller with a couple of really good side stories about her coworkers. I have gotten to know these characters and look forward to see what is next in their lives.
I have read all of the Fatal books by Marie Force. The new one - Fatal Identity- has just been released.
I decided to revisit the characters and story lines by listening to the books on audible.
"Ok story. Careless prose"
I try not to be too rigid of a grammarian, but there were enough careless mistakes in the writing of this novel, it was clear that no one had taken the time to edit it properly. This distracted me regularly from the story line.
The story is fairly gripping, but be warned that there are some disturbing subjects touched on including rape and miscarriage.
"Kept Me Interested"
I thought the story was really fast paced and interesting. Even though I hadn't read the previous books in this series, I was able to follow along fine.
I liked how she changed her voice for each character, made it easy to follow along
I loved hearing Nick interact with the boy from the home. Real sweet.
Gee. How many times can an author describe an individual facial feature as "sexy". Apparently, about 30 in the first two (short ) chapters. Didn't get the Harlequin connection until the intro to the book. Was prepared to stick it out, but couldn't take it anymore. A 29 year old male virgin? By choice? Come on!
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