Now You Die
Former Bullet Catcher and lone wolf investigator Jack Culver is on a mission. Thirty years ago, an innocent woman was convicted of murder. Jack believes he's found the real killer -- but to take down one of the highest legal authorities in the land, he needs access. Serious access. Unfortunately,... show more
Former Bullet Catcher and lone wolf investigator Jack Culver is on a mission. Thirty years ago, an innocent woman was convicted of murder. Jack believes he's found the real killer -- but to take down one of the highest legal authorities in the land, he needs access. Serious access. Unfortunately, the one person he knows with that kind of power is his ex-boss and ex-lover, the woman who still haunts his dreams. Bullet Catchers owner Lucy Sharpe realizes she's being used for her connections, and she intends to use Jack Culver right back. She's determined to see justice served, even if that means partnering with the man who once found his way past her iron shields. This time, she'll be strong enough to avoid Jack's persuasive touch. But when passion flares, and they become the killer's target, Lucy and Jack don't just break some rules -- they shatter them. And that means risking everything: their jobs, their hearts...and their lives.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: August 26th 2008
Publisher: Pocket Star
Pages no: 341
Edition language: English
Series: Bullet Catcher (#6)
The final book in the trilogy.Jack has pieced together most of Eileen's story and with the help of the tattoos on Miranda and Vanessa's necks (even though Vanessa's has been removed they can tell from the shape what it was) and Eileen's comments that "he" is all powerful, all-seeing etc, etc has det...
In every series, there's a couple you can't expect to read about. Lucy & Jake is my favorite of the Bullet Catchers. :) I love strong women and men, who can compete with them ^^
This is the first book I read in the Bullet Catchers series and it was great. St. Claire is such a detailed story-teller. I love how her books seem woven together--you just have to keep reading! Did not see the end coming. Whew! Great book.