Image of Deadly Fear

DEADLY FEAR

Image of Deadly Fear
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Eden has a unique writing voice that’s demonstrated effectively here. It’s tense, dark and disturbing, and the fantastically tight plot keeps the pages turning with breakneck speed as readers, through the characters, become locked in a battle with evil. The protagonists are well balanced and easy to cheer for.

FBI agent Monica Davenport is a criminal profiler. She’s can put herself in the mind of a killer because she’s been up close and personal with one of the most notable serial killers of all time, Romeo. She survived and has spent her life putting away other serial killers. Keeping people at a distance is the only way she feels safe, even after all these years, but fellow agent Luke Dante seems to penetrate her well-built walls. Neither can deny they have more than a simple sexual chemistry. It’s intense, hot and urgent. When they’re assigned to catch the Watchman, a serial killer who uses what his victims fear most to kill them, Monica and Luke must face their worst fears to survive a killer’s evil plan. (FOREVER, Aug., 416 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed by: 
Annette Elton