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Publisher's Summary

For a young victim of human trafficking, FBI Agent Nick Lawrence is the only hope.

Nick Lawrence rejoins his old unit, the FBI’s Violent Crimes against Children task force. The career move puts him in Austin, Texas - and onto the case of a young girl on the run. She has been thrust into a foreign land against her will. Armed only with a set of skills bestowed by her father, she embarks on a perilous journey to keep a promise - as she is hunted by a ruthless human trafficking ring.

Nick teams up with local law enforcement, intent on saving the girl and dismantling the criminal organization trying to reach her first. But as a greater conspiracy unfolds, Nick finds himself in a deadly game of cat and mouse. The opposition is more powerful than he could have imagined, and they’re intent on silencing him - and the girl - forever.

With his second installment in the Nick Lawrence series, Shea delivers a fast-paced, thrill-filled sequel to its well-received predecessor, Kill List.

©2018 Severn River Publishing (P)2019 Silverton Agency

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Enjoyable and exciting

I will start by saying that the first book is a must-read to understand the dynamics of the relationship between Declan and Nick; the excitement was not as great as the first book but enjoyable. The character "Nick" was not as take charge or even the main character but he played a fair part in the story, not like the "Killing list" book.

I say read book one then two and make your own decision on Nick's character.

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Great book!

I really enjoyed listening to this author his books are great! Not trying to get smutty, which I really love. Good story line keeps and holds the interest 😊

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Enjoy the author’s books, narrator needs work

This is my second Brian Shea book, and I’d like to thank the author for NOT including any gratuitous sex or foul language. It is a breath of fresh air. This book held my interest, though the lead character is the worst lead character ever. The lead should be Declan. Nick is a bit of a ho-hum, rather pathetic FBI agent who seems to not be able to work with women without becoming romantically interested in them. And normal adult professionals don’t get jealous over every little thing, do they?

The narrator needs someone to mentor him. He has a decent delivery, but for the love of all that’s holy, how do you mispronounce so many ordinary, everyday words! One can literally find pronunciations at their fingertips these days.

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Not bad.

It was enjoyable, it could have been better. I was figuring things out before the FBI. They were slow. haha

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Good Read

A very good and entertaining book. I could not put it down once I started.

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Future look

Loved it. Author has a good grasp on what is happening in America now 2021 but written in the past. Thanks.

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Enjoyable.....

Thankfully I read the first book in the series, Killing List before I read this one. Not necessary, I guess, but you get more out of the story if you read in order. This one was very captivating and kept my interest, but just a tad less exciting than the Killer List. There was one aspect that I felt didn’t hold true considering how smart these FBI people are, but I guess you’ll figure it out yourself quicker than they did! Not sure if there is another in this series, but I’m all in if there is already! Like the fast pace and interesting subjects! Totally worth a credit!

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Cringing at times

There needs to be a category for “writing”, which plays the biggest part,to me, in a book. The story was ok,narration, pretty good but oh lord,the writing.... One thing the dialog was stiff, unnatural, especially “man to man”. Ppl just dont talk so formal and precise. Next, a mistake many new authors make,is TELLING too much. So many of his sentences went on and on with unneeded detail. One example “They youngest girl’s burns were new” Fine we see it. But he continues “The Dr told us due to the pink color, he knew they were still healing” Over and over. Then slipped into the dreaded overuse of SAID! The first part was pretty good,lol, this is kind of my *ultimate* grade for a book. Half way thru,here it was, Nick said then Declan said then Nick said,the dialog went to hell. Anyway the story was a little interesting but I just couldn’t get by the bad writing, DNF.