Best-selling author Suzanne Brockmann blends high adventure, harrowing drama, and heart-racing passion into thrilling novels of suspense. Whether tackling danger or wrestling with desire, her elite heroes and heroines never fail to give their all in stories that soar above and beyond expectations. Now, in her electrifying 10th Troubleshooters novel, Brockmann takes us into the storm.
In a remote, frozen corner of New Hampshire, a Navy SEAL team and the elite security experts of Troubleshooters Incorporated are going head-to-head as fierce but friendly rivals in a raid-and-rescue training exercise. Despite the frigid winter temperatures, tension smolders between veteran SEAL Petty Officer Mark "Jenk" Jenkins and former cop turned troubleshooter Lindsey Fontaine after an impulsive night goes awry. And then suddenly Tracy Shapiro, the Troubleshooters' new receptionist, vanishes while playing the role of hostage during a mock rescue operation.
Teaming up with the FBI to launch a manhunt in the treacherous wilderness, Jenk and Lindsey must put aside their feelings as a record snowstorm approaches, dramatically reducing any hope of finding Tracy alive. The trail is colder than the biting New England climate until a lucky break leads to a horrifying discovery - a brutally murdered young woman wearing the jacket Tracy wore when she disappeared. Suddenly there is a chilling certainty that Tracy has fallen prey to a serial killer - one who knows the backwoods terrain and who doesn't play by the rules of engagement.
In a race against time, a raging blizzard, and a cunning opponent, Jenk and Lindsey are put to the ultimate test. Risking everything, they must finally come together in a desperate attempt to save Tracy - and each other.
©2006 Suzanne Brockmann (P)2016 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
Mark and Lindsey are dynamic characters that get real dimension from the narrators. The spooky factor of the story is great and both narrators do an excellent job of giving life to the story.
My name is Irene and I'm a lifelong bookaholic. A few years ago, I started adding audiobooks and I'm so happy I joined Audible in 2015 :-))
This was the only book in the Troubleshooters series that wasn't in audiobook form. It's a very good story with very likeable characters, well-written. Well worth the time & money. Lawlor does
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I am so tired of novels that feature serial killers with vivid descriptions of graphic violence. Into the Storm could have been entertaining if the sub-plot involving the sadistic killer had been eliminated, and more time given to relationship development. I was also disappointed that characters from previous books only make occasional appearances.
While the book was well-written with a 2 strong, engaging female characters (Lindsay and Sophie), I felt like there was more horror than suspense or romance. If I wanted to listen to hours of senseless violence I could just turn on CNN. So I pushed fast forward so often that I missed half the book.
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