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by Kay Hooper

Genre: Romantic Suspense, Paranormal
Sensuality: MILD

2010 Paranormal Romantic Suspense Nominee

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Hooper's darkly riveting Blood trilogy comes to a terrifying climax. The forces that have been trying to subvert the paranormal Special Crimes Unit take aim with terrifying precision. Familiar characters from previous novels return as their stories continue to unfold. The chilling intensity of this novel is sure to haunt your dreams!

Noah Bishop's unique FBI team, the Special Crimes Unit, is called to a small Tennessee town when a dismembered body is discovered on a running trail. The discovery of another body hidden deep within the woods leads to a sniper attack on agents Diana Brisco and Hollis Templeton. Why display one body and hide the other? Diana, Hollis and agents Quentin Hayes and Reece DeMarco begin to suspect a supernatural tie to their previous case involving the now deceas5ed incarnation of evil, Adam Deacon Samuel.

Meanwhile, Noah continues to stalk the man financing the campaign against the SCU. As the lethal attacks continue and bodies accumulate, the SCU team faces its deadliest danger yet. (BANTAM, Feb., 320 pp., $26.00)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: BANTAM

Published: February 2010

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