The Kill

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Ballantine Books, 2006 - Fiction - 407 pages
17 Reviews
Her worst nightmare brought back to life, she risks everything for a second shot at justice.

For thirty years, FBI scientist Olivia St. Martin has lived with guilt and one abiding certainty–that while she wasn’t able to save her sister’s life, she did testify and helped to convict the rapist and killer. When shocking new evidence exonerates the man Olivia is sure she saw abduct her sister, she breaks every rule in the book to uncover the truth.

Driven by the possibility that she put the wrong man behind bars, Olivia discovers that a serial killer has been at large all these years. Believing that the monster has just struck again in Seattle, Olivia leaves her lab and poses as a field agent, sharing her unofficial investigation with a hardworking Seattle cop. Olivia doesn’t want to lie to detective Zack Travis. And she certainly doesn’t want to fall in love. But as the investigation intensifies, Olivia and Zack find that they’re rapidly losing control–over their hearts, their secrets, and a case that threatens to consume them.

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... the writing about Olivia was tedious. - Goodreads
A good ending to the trilogy. - Goodreads
And the side plot about Hall...pure filler. - Goodreads

Review: The Kill (Predator Trilogy #3)

User Review  - mirta - Goodreads

this book would have gotten four stars if it wasn't for the hardcore porn descriptions AGAIN. I really feel uncomfortable reading such detailed content since porn is not my genre of choice. romance is ... Read full review

Review: The Kill (Predator Trilogy #3)

User Review  - Kelly - Goodreads

It really wasn't any different from the first two books in the trilogy. I found Olivia to be a bit flaky as opposed to the troubled person she was probably supposed to come across as. And ... Read full review

About the author (2006)

Allison Brennan is the author of ten bestselling romantic thrillers, includingThe Prey, Speak No Evil, Killing Fear, andPlaying Dead. For thirteen years she worked as a consultant in the California State Legislature before leaving to devote herself fully to her family and writing. She is a member of Romance Writers of America, Mystery Writers of America, and International Thriller Writers. She lives in Northern California with her husband, Dan, and their five children.

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