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FEAR NO EVIL
by Allison Brennan

Genre: Mystery/Suspense/Thriller, Suspense

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Brennan's cold-blooded killer is horrifying in the extreme. That's not surprising, since this author is making a name for herself by producing not only memorable heroes but also unforgettable villains. This journey into terror is fast paced and pulse pounding. This is Brennan's best book to date!

A botched mission that ended with the deaths of two FBI agents pushed former special agent Kate Donovan into going rogue in a desperate search for a brilliant, vicious killer. Kate is the only one to have seen the man, called Trask, a phantom that her FBI supervisors doubt exists. For five years she's been electronically stalking him, and finally she has a solid lead. But Trask has upped the stakes by kidnapping Lucy Kincaid and putting her on a live video feed as he counts down to her rape and murder.

Lucy's law enforcement family, including forensic psychiatrist Dillon Kincaid,
is on high alert. Learning that they are
in a race against the 48-hour clock,
Dillon vows to use all resources, and that includes tracking down Kate. Can Kate cut through all the electronic false trails in time? (BALLANTINE, Apr., 403 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Ballantine

Published: April 2007

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