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Publisher's Summary

If She Fled is the fifth book in a new psychological thriller series by best-selling author Blake Pierce.

When another 50-year-old woman is found dead in her home in a wealthy suburb - the second such victim in just two months - the FBI is stumped. They must turn to their most brilliant mind - retired FBI agent Kate Wise, 55 - to come back to the line of duty and solve it.

What do these two empty nesters have in common? Were they targeted? How long until this serial killer strikes again? And is Kate, though past her prime, still able to solve cases that no one else can?

An action-packed thriller with heart-pounding suspense, If She Fled is the fifth book in a riveting new series that will leave you listening to it, late into the night. 

©2019 Blake Pierce (P)2019 Blake Pierce

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I enjoy the Kate Wise mysteries. These are plot driven with interesting if not well developed characters. The protagonist is a retired FBI agent who was called back in on a case following a year of mandatory retirement. The case was related to one she had worked on and had expertise in. Once solved she was invited back on a contingency basis. She only works on cases they feel her knowledge will increase the the FBI’s chance to solve it quickly. This is one of those cases. Quinn Francis does an excellent job narrating. Recommended light listening. This book is great for breaking up heavier more detailed books. If you found this review helpful please indicate so. Thank You.

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story had potential

Kate's thought process was not believable. Demarco's homosexuality seemed like an agenda. the scene where they took down the killer was seriously flawed and unbelievable

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I read the four previous Kate Wise mysteries on my Kindle. For something different, I listened to this on Audible. I have to admit, I just didn't care for the narrator. I don't feel like she read fluently. Her phrasing and emphasis on words seemed odd. She also over pronounced words making her sound unnatural. I've never heard the word been pronounced like 'bean.' It was very distracting. I don't know if the Riley Paige series has the same narrator, but I'm sticking with actually reading those rather than listening.

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Kate Wise is great

... however, facts about her age, her family and her job change from book to book - makes me think that to many people are writing the book and no one proofs the final story- And, the narrator mispronounces “been” as bean over and over. That too is annoying. Those things said, the series is great and always engrossing!

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Book details are not a true reflection of the story

I have really enjoyed this book series but what I find really irritating is that the book details are not accurate at all.