When Dr. Samantha Owens's homicide detective friend, Darren Fletcher, invites her to look over the evidence of a routine police investigation, she jumps at the chance and immediately realizes the crime scene has been staged. What seems to be a clear case of murder/suicide - a crime of passion - is anything but....
As Fletch and Sam try to understand what and who they are dealing with, they are summoned to a meeting at the State Department. High-level officials are interested in what they know and seem to be keeping secrets of their own. It's up to Sam and Fletch to uncover what lies behind the deception as the threat of bioterrorism is exposed, and her boyfriend, Xander Whitfield, may be in the line of fire.
©2015 J.T. Ellison (P)2015 Tantor
The first in this series led me to believe that they would get better. The 2nd was ok. This one was so far-fetched the reader must suspend all reason. Will return this.
J.T. Ellison has crafted not one, but two series of novels with two amazingly talented, brave, smart and mega-tough women who make things happen no matter the risks! Both the Taylor Jackson series, and now the Dr. Samantha Owens novels leave me on the edge of my seat waiting for what will happen next! Don't miss out on finding out more about both of these tough, beautiful and endlessly resourceful women as they do whatever is necessary to stop the evil and bring down the "bad guys!" JT Ellison is the real deal! Keep 'me coming girl!
This series is good because of the strong cast of characters, including Dr. Owens herself.
The series is set sometimes in Tennessee and sometimes, like this one, in Washington DC.
The men are all really macho and Sam is both beautiful and brilliant, as you would expect in this series. But the plot is good and the violence isn't particularly graphic.
Just enjoy listening instead of reading, because I can do other things at the same time.
The characters and on going plot, hopefully she keeps adding to this series.
Of course the end when justice is obtained.
Yes, if I had the time.
Could not get pass 2 hours of listening to this one.
Everything I heard so far.... slow, boring, really boring.
If I could get my credit back I would.
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