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Genre: Contemporary , Mystery , Romance , Suspense , Thriller
Series: Book 1.0 in the FBI series
Ratings: ★★★☆☆
Publisher: HarperCollins
Pub Year:
ISBN: 9780061236785
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From Publishers Weekly

This chilling first of a new romantic suspense series from bestseller Kane (Dark Room) introduces 30-year-old Sloane Burbank, a former FBI agent trained as a crisis negotiator, now an independent consultant who works with law enforcement and others in need of her expertise. During a trip to Manhattan, Sloane receives a call from the mother of a childhood friend with whom she's lost touch, Penny Truman. When Sloane learns that Penny has been missing for almost a year, she turns for help to her former lover, Derek Parker, who happens to be the FBI agent in charge of Penny's case. Animosity between Derek and Sloane serves to increase the explosive romantic tension between the pair as more women disappear, evidently victims of a serial killer. A wealth of red herring suspects will keep the reader guessing until the conclusion of this no-holds-barred thriller. (Apr.)  

From Booklist

Sloane Burbank, a former FBI agent and hostage negotiator recovering from a debilitating injury and now a consultant to New York law enforcement agencies, is asked by the parents of a childhood friend to look into the disappearance of their daughter. This request not only brings Sloane into contact with her former lover, Derek Parker, now an FBI special agent, but also with a demented and vicious serial killer who has targeted her and women who have been involved in her life. How she and Derek get back together personally as well as professionally to catch this guy is the story in Kane’s latest, which is exhaustively researched, as the introductory credits attest. More high-tech serial-killer tracking than romance, but with enough romance to placate those who like it, this is a superb, read-in-one-sitting nail-biter of a story, right down to the last word. --Mary K. Chelton