The Black List

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HarperCollins, Dec 26, 2012 - Fiction - 384 pages
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The first death was ruled an accident. But when a second accountant from A.D.E.—a popular relief organization that resettles East African refugees—turns up dead, FBI Special Agent and forensic artist Sydney Fitzpatrick is called in to lend her expertise in an increasingly troubling case. Not only is the charity backed by a powerful U.S. senator, but the investigation reveals that its funds have been siphoned off to bankroll terrorist cells in black list countries, and Sydney fears the consequences.

And it may already be too late. Death has crossed the border from Mexico and is now heading toward Washington, D.C. Time is rapidly running out—and unless Sydney and her partner, Zachary Griffin, can get to the root of a monstrous conspiracy, untold thousands will die in a nuclear nightmare and a nation will be reduced to chaos.

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User Review  - HenriMoreaux - LibraryThing

Not a bad book, it has deviated quite a way since the original set up in the first book - seems a bit odd having a forensic artist so involved in a spy-like law enforcement agency really. If you can ... Read full review

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User Review  - bookwormconfidential - LibraryThing

In this book, FBI sketch artist Sydney Fitzpatrick, is asked by her friend Tony Carillo to investigate his soon to be ex-wife Sheila's boyfriend, Trip, in his case of suspected embezzlement. Sydney ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Robin Burcell has been a police officer since 1983. During that time she has worked both as a detective in the Investigations Division and as a patrol officer. She was a member of the Hostage Negotiating Team and is the FBI-trained Forensic Artist for several different law enforcement agencies in her county. She is the author of two previous novels: Every Move She Makes, which was nominated for an Anthony Award, and Fatal Truth.

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