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CROSSFIRE
by JoAnn Ross

Genre: Romantic Suspense, General Romantic Suspense
Sensuality: HOT

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The effects of post-traumatic stress disorder once again play a significant role in Ross' hot new thriller. One interconnecting thread in her High Risk books is a doomed mission in Afghanistan where the heroes faced untenable circumstances and are now trying to rebuild their lives. Strong heroines are a Ross specialty, and she doesn't disappoint here. This is a great read for those wanting thrills and chills.

When a high-profile general is killed by a sniper in South Carolina, FBI agent Caitlin Cavanaugh heads up the task force, which quickly surmises they have a serial sniper on their hands. Having been a sniper himself, former Navy SEAL Quinn McKade has a unique perspective on this killer. Agreeing to work with Quinn stirs up steamy memories of their passionate single encounter years ago.

When a local TV reporter, Valentine Snow, starts receiving messages from the killer that indicate the spree is only beginning, Cait and Quinn start to suspect the kills are not random. This killer has a definite agenda ... but does it include Cait as well? (SIGNET, Sep., 400 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Signet

Published: September 2008

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