Darby Stansfield Thriller 1 When Darby Stansfield discovers he has six months to save his job, he does what any normal person would do. He becomes a telecommunication consultant the criminal underworld. Darby Stansfield Thriller 2 A smarter, more confident Darby Stansfield continues his life as a telecommunication consultant to the criminal underworld. When your perfect plan is perfectly wrong for you and perfectly right for someone else. A psychological thriller.
Winning means killing. Agent Abby Kane is the sole Attraction in a bloody game designed for one reason: to take lives. FBI Agent Abby Kane discovers an unthinkable secret that has her questioning the entire family she married into. Abby Kane discovers a connection between Suitcase Girl and the abduction of random people and finds herself caught in a mind-boggling circle of evil.
To help fight rising crime, Agent Abby Kane seeks help from two of the most unlikely individuals: an assassin and a gang leader.
Sei Assassin Thriller 1. Sei Assassin Thriller 2. Sei has infiltrated impenetrable buildings and executed high-profile targets but the only mission that matters—finding her daughter—continues to elude her. Sei Assassin Thriller 3. How much longer can the Wolf keep Sei away from her daughter? Sei Assassin Thriller 4. In the beginning though, the transition from Abby to the Ortega I won this book for Free through the Goodreads giveaway program. In the beginning though, the transition from Abby to the Ortega brothers was slightly confusing. As the chapters change, I would suggest adding the name to the top of the chapter to help switch the readers gear a little faster.
The chapters are really short which helped me with pacing, but also made the book feel lengthy. Every chapter had been from one point of view until Chapter 39 when it switch from Abby's to Zapata's in the same chapter. I didn't like this. In the end, I was confused as to what happened to Vega. He recruited Zapata to take out the gang then ::poof:: he was gone. I didn't like the ending.
The only piece I liked was the "lightbulb" moment Abby had at the end. Part of me feels the ending was rush but part of me doesn't. I really liked the twist; but it felt like it could have been easily missed. Overall, a thrilling read that, once you're hooked, you'll want to read to the end and pick up the next novel.
Side note: My paperback edition lists pages, GoodReads currently lists Nov 25, Regan rated it liked it. Another book I received for review from Net Galley. Apparently this is the second book in the series.
I enjoyed it very much. Abby is a spitfire FBI Agent who is widowed with two children. This is about when the book kind of lost its appeal to me. I would say the best part of this book was the indigenous tribe the agents had to infiltrate to gather further information. The plot thickens as they realize the killer of their agent … is something a bit more sinister than man or animal. The Ortega brothers are both genetic scientists.
Both brothers are working for Faro Zapata, and his boss is a drug lord, El Monstruo. The bosses have a special interest in the drug the Ortega brothers are working on. The book was a bit suspense, romance and scifi. It was midline for me. It kept my attention enough to finish the book, but not enough to get other books in the series. Why you should read that book First, because Abby is a lovable character - one feels that the author loves her the way he writes her.
She does not lack of humor nor courage, even if she's sometimes a little too masculine in her reactions. Her children are still present, even more than in Corktown where they appeared only in texting. This time, we enter her house and see her interact with them. Again, the children are in danger, which I hope will not be a habit, because I find series in which Why you should read that book First, because Abby is a lovable character - one feels that the author loves her the way he writes her.
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Again, the children are in danger, which I hope will not be a habit, because I find series in which the family is always in danger tedious even though we know that in the end nothing will happen to them! For the fluidity of the story: it reads quickly and you won't get bored. Well, certainly there are sometimes a few facilities in the story and it's easy to understand who The Monster is before the end but it doesn't spoil the pleasure of reading this novel.
This is undoubtedly a highlight of the author, he knows how to make us travel and integrate different cultures. In a nutshell A light and enjoyable book. An ideal reading an afternoon at the pool or in a train bound to anywhere, with a character, Abby, that one loves to follow.
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May 06, Leanne rated it really liked it. First and foremost the cover of this book caught my eye like nothing else. I love the cover! The book itself I really enjoyed it to! As you know mystery with no romance isn't really my genre of books but I really enjoyed this one. From beginning to end it keeps the brain rolling. I truly didn't get who the bad guy was until the book itself revealed the person. This read is highly imaginative and it brings the main character Abby to life.
I had no problem picturing the petite FBI woman. She's First and foremost the cover of this book caught my eye like nothing else. She's something else. She lost her husband and took on his 2 children as her own and with the help of her mother-in-law Po-Po she is making things work. Abby is called away on a job and is out of her element when she is paired with a Colombian investigator.
They are trying to find out who is killing people is such unbelievable manners. I highly recommend you read this book if your a fan of mystery, thrillers and science experiments gone terribly wrong. Jun 11, Alan Petersen rated it really liked it Shelves: san-francisco-indie-authors-meetup. Abby Kane is back! Ty Hutchinson has done a great job of mixing in nonstop action into a taut mystery while also showing the personal struggles of Abby Kane juggling being an FBI agent and a single mom with two small step kids and an overbearing mother-in law.
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You can feel the tension at home and on the job as she goes up against a vicious killer and a deadly drug cartel. A lot of good action which is tightly written so the plot sucks you in from one page to the next with a cool twist I didn't Abby Kane is back! A lot of good action which is tightly written so the plot sucks you in from one page to the next with a cool twist I didn't see coming.
Added bonus, I live in San Francisco so it's fun to read books based here, but in this book, but I love international thrillers and this time out Abby also travels to South America. The author does a good job of blending in the different cultures, locations, and the food.
Reading it makes you feel like your globetrotting right along Abby. Tenderloin is a great summer read for hanging out at the beach or by the pool. Jun 11, Stephanie Wolf rated it it was amazing Shelves: adventure , mystery , suspense-thriller. This suspense adventure grabs you right from the first chapter and never lets go.
A young boy is running in fear through the jungle, but what is chasing him? A DEA agent, Fernando Riggs, is killed and his body is so beaten and bruised, who or what could have done this? Abby travels to Columbia, South America, to find out what has happened. Aiding her is Special Agent Dominic Cabrera.
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