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Xenophon And His World (Historia Einzelschriften) eCe and his wife Sara Brannon pregnant and due to give birth at any moment have just begun a much needed vacation Sara is a lieutenant colonel in the US Army Military Police and will be assigned to the Pentagon just six weeks after the baby is born a career move that Kerney opposes A vicious killer slashes his way into the midst of this family cri I really liked this book It was a rare I can t put this one down The main plot is about the hunt for a killer who is murdering people Kerney knows and is leaving notes directed towards Kerney letting him know he is coming for him The sub plot is the personal story of Kerney His wife is getting ready to have their son and so the threat of the lives is that much dangerous and personal Enter Kerney s recently discovered son who is helping the team figure out who this killer is The suspense hovers at the maximum brink and I couldn t wait to find out what happens at thendWell I have to say I was a bit disappointed at the Geography of the Gaze: Urban and Rural Vision in Early Modern Europe end I actually looked to see if there were pages missing Itnded so fast and I felt cheatedThis would have been a 5 if it wasn t for the Groove: An Aesthetic of Measured Time ending However I m still going to continue the series I m committed to the characters Police dramas can be rewarding intriguing andnlightening or they can be dry tedious and an
obvious opportunity for the author to relive their police days in xcruciatingly minute detail this book was the latter Incorporated opportunity for the author to relive their police days in xcruciatingly minute detail this book was the latter Incorporated this basic plot of a serial killer stalking a police chief for unknown reasons and not a very interesting reason ither is a police screwup that results in an investigation and officers getting suspended and the other daily routines of cops Maybe there are those readers that thrive on the inner workings and the other daily routines of cops Maybe there are those readers that thrive on the inner workings police cops Maybe there are those readers that thrive on the inner workings of police am not one of those and all the characters that are introduced very other page are cliched and boring theres the police chief with a heart of gold determined to save his family a tough female in a man s world determined not to take no mess and countless other detectives agents investigators that occupy space and have little input in the story There are actually two people on the force with the names Sid and Sal and though it was a short read when you finally find out who the serial killer is and his motive you are disappointed and if you are like me just a litte frustrated you wasted two days on this snoozer Recommended for those that want to learn what a police officer does during the day and a murder mystery that is not fast moving or intriguing Even the serial killer was lame The Naturally Naughty Wicked Willing eighth Kerney series book from master story teller Michael McGarrity is a dark suspense thriller that pushes anmotional Kerney to struggle to save his new family Now the Santa Fe police chief Kevin Kerney faces a crisis when a prominent lawyer is gunned down as he was walking down the street The killing was up close and personal meaning the victim knew his attacker Jake Potter who was gay and an influential attorney had no known F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby enemies Detective Ramona Pino and Lt Sal Molina seem to be spinn. N a prominent gay attorney is gunned down outside his office by an unknown assailant Called to the crime scene and faced with scantyvidence and no apparent motive Kerney directs his chief of detectives to delve into the victim's personal and professional life a decision that ultimately leads to a SWAT team screw up and the death of two innocent people But the killer has just begun Kerney's horse a musta. .
A fine Entry In This Very Entertaining in this very ntertaining about Kevin Kerney now police chief in Santa Fe McGarrity gets it all right vivid and chief in Santa Fe McGarrity gets it all right vivid and picture of the physical settings details of law nforcement investigations and well developed and consistent characters In this book Kerney is pitted against a murderer with a grudge against several people who put him away years Cruel Attachments: The Ritual Rehab of Child Molesters in Germany earlier butspecially against Kerney The killer has clearly targeted Kerney and his wife and unborn son and it s a race against time to identify and stop the killer before he can complete his plans The case is complicated and involves Santa Fe police New Mexico State police and Lincoln CountyRudiosoMescolero Apache Tribal police including Kerney s long stranged son The case very slowly unfolds as the perpetrator is very clever at masking his activities A very worthwhile ntry on this good series Vicious crooksVery attractive series based on a lawman in New Mexico and his family This is part of the series called the Kevin Kerney Novels This paragraph applies to all books in this series The story s are great but what makes this series stand out is how the country is worked into the story It s almost as if you are there The author is a gifted story tellerDo you need to read this series in order Yes it helps a lot Note that Hard Country and Backlands and one pending maybe are the preuelsTriggers Cops and police situations there are rapes homicides and crimeSanta Fe Police Chief Kevin Kerney and his wife Lieutenant Colonel Sara Brannon are on leave and agerly awaiting the birth of their son when a prominent gay attorney is gunned down outside his office by an unknown assailant Called to the crime scene and faced with scanty vidence and no apparent motive Kerney directs his chief of detectives to delve into the victim s personal and professional life a decision that ultimately leads to a SWAT team screw up and the death of two innocent people But the killer has just begun Kerney s horse a mustang he d gentled and trained is viciously and senselessly destroyed a dead rat is left on his doorstep and a second victim with ties to the criminal justice system is found in bed with her throat cut along with a warning EVERYONE DIES As a time of joy turns into a nightmare Kerney and Sara search desperately for a seemingly unstoppable chameleon like killer who promises to murder them and their unborn son This was a good read as always I like this series and will read I was just in New Mexico and while reading looking up some of the locations on Google Maps but just not good Tempting Fate enough And Just too many murders Animals People Innocents by criminals and cops And to come Jeez Louisenough already Not finished Everyone Dies is one of the better police thrillers Someone is out to kill Police Chief Kevin Kerney and all his blood relations and no one has a clue why nor can they link the threat with past casesEveryone Dies was an on dge on your seat read 8 in the Kevin Kearney seriesKevin Kerney series Kerney chief of the Santa Fe police for. The Anthony Award nominated author with a cunning mind for crime fiction The New York Times Book Review ratchets up the stakes in a novel of lectrifying action and unstoppable suspense where a vengeful killer with an unspeakable agenda won't stop until One Giant Leap everyone dies Santa Fe Police Chief Kevin Kerney and his wife Lieutenant Colonel Sara Brannon are on leave andagerly awaiting the birth of their son whe. Ing their wheels trying to solve the case Soon the killer leaves the cryptic message Everybody Dies at the scene of his second killing Former clinical psychologist Dora Manning now retired was found with her throat cut As Kerney digs into the investigation the killer sneaks off to Kerney s ranch and slays his favorite horse Kerney s new wife Lt Colonel Sara Brannon who is very pregnant fea I m not going to go into detail about the storyline because that s very clear in the description of the book This is the first in the series that I ve read I was not aware there was a series I m glad to find that out because I d like to read in this particular "SERIES AND BY THIS AUTHOR CONCERNING "and by this author Concerning particular book I really liked the way it moved through Apocalyptic Cartography events and Ispecially like the fact that the author didn t just fill pages with words to xtend the word count What I mean by that is sometimes authors describe people or places in so much detail that the reader is tempted to start skipping to get back to the story This author doesn t do that Everything is described with just nough detail to paint a picture in the reader s mind but not so much as to become tedious Too the story moves along at a great pace and keeps you turning the pages to find out where it s goingI only at a great pace and keeps you turning the pages to find out where it s goingI only a couple of issues with it that were rather disappointing The first was the portrayal of Sara Kerney s wife I understand she is military police and that s fine Thing is though she s pregnant and close to delivering the child and I was bothered by the fact that she comes across as uite heavy handed when it comes to dealing with the killer that s stalking them Of course she s going to be upset that she her husband and their unborn child are being threatened and of course she s going to be worried But her attitude at times appears to be somewhat reckless and over the top in an aggressive way and doesn t seem appropriate all things considered Perhaps that s just her personality though pregnant or not Since I haven t read any of the other books I have to admit that I m not all that familiar with her character and how she routinely behavesMy other issue is with the A Bride for McCain ending The story builds and builds beautifully and it is very suspenseful andxciting Once you get to the nd
It Was Kind Of was kind of letdown What I was xpecting to be a slam bang revelation at the nd and for all to be made clear in a couple of paragraphs it was over and xplanations were put in as sort of an pilogue While the truth behind all that was happening was xplained it came across as an afterthought As xciting as the story had been right from the beginning the nding lacked the fireworks that thrillers ndings usually provideI would still highly recommend this book to anyone who njoys a fast paced thriller but perhaps some other reviewers are correct when they say to start at the beginning and read the series in order I m going to go back and look for the first and go from there I think that might give me a better sense of the characters and the author s style. Ng he'd gentled and trained is viciously and senselessly destroyed; a dead rat is left on his doorstep; and a second victim with ties to the criminal justice system is found in bed with her throat cut along with a warning EVERYONE DIES As a time of joy turns into a nightmare Kerney and Sara search desperately for a seemingly unstoppable chameleonlike killer who promises to murder them and their unborn son.