A crippling knee injury forced Elliot Mills to trade in his FBI badge for dusty chalkboards and bored college students. Now a history professor at Puget Sound university, the former agent has put his old life behind him—but it seems his old life isn't finished with him.A young man has gone... show more
A crippling knee injury forced Elliot Mills to trade in his FBI badge for dusty chalkboards and bored college students. Now a history professor at Puget Sound university, the former agent has put his old life behind him—but it seems his old life isn't finished with him.A young man has gone missing from campus—and as a favor to a family friend, Elliot agrees to do a little sniffing around. His investigations bring him face-to-face with his former lover, Tucker Lance, the special agent handling the case.Things ended badly with Tucker, and neither man is ready to back down on the fight that drove them apart. But they have to figure out a way to move beyond their past and work together as more men go missing and Elliot becomes the target in a killer's obsessive game...69,000 words
Publish date: August 1st 2010
Publisher: Carina Press
Pages no: 216
Edition language: English
This was a good mystery type read. I wasn't able to get into it as much as I usually do with this author. I'm thinking it may be totally me and not the book because I was distracted while reading. I did still like it, and I do still recommend it.
4.5 stars. I love Josh Lanyon's characterizations, this time we have a disabled ex-FBI agent turned professor and his ex-lover who is still a feeb. My only complaint is that it took the guys a big hunk of book to get back together again. Moving onto book two (probably.)
Fair Game reminded me, in some ways, of the Holmes and Moriarity series that was my first dip into Josh Lanyon’s writing. In both series Elliot and Kit were unhappily thrust back into interacting with their ex’s. In both books the previous relationships ended badly, and they were filled with dread a...
Elliot was forced to give up his career in the FBI when he was injured in the line of duty. Now, he teaches at PSU. When a family friend's son goes missing, his father asks him to investigate because the police and FBI aren't taking his disappearance seriously. He is then forced to work with his ...
Well, that left a bad taste in my mouth. Elliot, the protagonist calls a black woman racist, twice. Apparently it's a two way street and you can't call someone a racist without being one yourself. Especially if you're black, and a woman. Speaking of the women, none of them are shown in a positiv...
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