He's copying famous serial killers and the game has just begun.A woman is found murdered in the woods. It seems like a simple case but it soon escalates into a terrible nightmare. Someone is replicating the killing styles of the most infamous murderers of all time. No one knows this criminal's... show more
He's copying famous serial killers and the game has just begun.A woman is found murdered in the woods. It seems like a simple case but it soon escalates into a terrible nightmare. Someone is replicating the killing styles of the most infamous murderers of all time. No one knows this criminal's motives...or who will die next.Two ex-Secret Service agents, Sean King and Michelle Maxwell, have been hired to defend a man's innocence in a burglary involving an aristocratic, dysfunctional family. Then a series of secrets leads the partners right into the frantic hunt that is confounding even the FBI. Now King and Maxwell are playing the Hour Game, uncovering one horrifying revelation after another and putting their lives in danger. For the closer they get to the truth, the closer they get to the most shocking surprise of all.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: September 1st 2005
Publisher: Warner Vision Books
Pages no: 611
Edition language: English
Series: Sean King & Michelle Maxwell (#2)
Whoops -- it's been two and a half years since I read the first volume in the series -- I really meant to get back to it sooner. Oh well, better late than etc., etc. I don't have much to say about this, but I have a few thoughts. This picks up a few months after Split Second, the partnership betwe...
King and Maxwell are back and they're dealing with a serial killer, and many, many red herrings along the way.
I picked up this series because of the King and Maxwell TV show which I really enjoyed, however I am finding what I liked about the show is lacking in the books.First the good. Baldacci has me guessing and questioning throughout the entire novel. The twistedness of the villain is realistic and scary...
A serial killer styled his murders after previous serial killers methods. King and Maxwell solved the case. I like the style of writing and the way the author is able to have twists so the solution to the case isn't completely obvious. I do have a problem with how King does not tell Michelle wha...
This time King & Maxwell were involved with serial murders in their town, Wrightsburg, Virginia, while helping a lawyer friend (Harry) who had a client accused of robbery at Battles' residence. At first, the serial murders seemed to be copycat of works from infamous serial killers (The Zodiac, Son o...