Heroic JusticeWhen a homeless veteran is found dead in a squalid Sacramento alley, FBI special agent Megan Elliott vows to find the murdered hero’s killer. Her investigation gets complicated fast, for the victim, a former Delta Force soldier, is just one link in a nationwide spree of torture and... show more
Heroic JusticeWhen a homeless veteran is found dead in a squalid Sacramento alley, FBI special agent Megan Elliott vows to find the murdered hero’s killer. Her investigation gets complicated fast, for the victim, a former Delta Force soldier, is just one link in a nationwide spree of torture and murder.Straight off a job rescuing medical missionaries, soldier-for-hire Jack Kincaid returns to his home base in the Texas border town of Hidalgo only to receive the news that one of his closest colleagues–also ex-military–has been brutally murdered. Faced with an inept local police force, Jack takes matters into his own hands.Now, as part of a national task force to stop the sadistic killings, by-the-book Megan and burn-the-book Jack form a tense alliance, sparked with conflict and temptation. But they struggle against more than passion, for a vicious pair of killers has only just begun a rampage of evil . . . and the primary target is much closer than Megan suspects.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: March 24th 2009
Pages no: 424
Edition language: English
Series: FBI Trilogy (#1)
Megan Elliott is a very successful special agent in the FBI. She takes her cases personally and she never gives up. Never. Megan currently heads the Violent Crimes/Major Offender Squad for the FBI. She takes her job very seriously and runs everything by the book. She doesn’t even bend the rules. J...
The plot and action of this romantic suspense were very good but the hero and heroine didn't even meet in the first third of the book then it was love at first sight which really didn't fit the story. FBI agent Megan is investigating a serial killer when she meets Jack who is a close friend of one ...
This was a lot less romantic and a lot less suspense than I was wanting. Honestly, I'd say around ninety percent of this book was a crime thriller. The romantic leads don't even meet until about forty five percent into the book, which in turn leads to a very quick courtship and a fairly unbelievab...