ELAINA MCCORD WANTS TO FIND A KILLER. BUT HE’S ALREADY FOUND HER. Elaina McCord’s dream of being an FBI profiler is threatened by her very first case—investigating a string of murders near a Texas beach resort. The victims, all young women, were drugged and brutally murdered, their bodies... show more
ELAINA MCCORD WANTS TO FIND A KILLER. BUT HE’S ALREADY FOUND HER. Elaina McCord’s dream of being an FBI profiler is threatened by her very first case—investigating a string of murders near a Texas beach resort. The victims, all young women, were drugged and brutally murdered, their bodies abandoned in desolate marshland. Elaina’s hunch—met with disbelief by local police—is that these are only the latest offerings from a serial killer who has been perfecting his art for years, growing bolder and more cunning with each strike. True-crime writer Troy Stockton has a reputation as an irresistible playboy who gets his story at any cost. He’s the last person Elaina should trust, let alone be attracted to. But right now Troy, along with the elite team of forensics experts known as the Tracers, is her only ally in a case that’s turning dangerously personal. A killer is reaching out to Elaina, taunting her, letting her know how ruthless he is and how close he’s getting. Now it’s not just her career that’s in jeopardy—it’s her life. . . .
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: June 29th 2010
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: Tracers (#2)
Unspeakable -- Laura Griffin Book 2 of Tracers 2010 Release -- Pocket Books Adult, Romantic Suspense, Crime Thriller, Murder Mystery Surprisingly, my excite-o-meter was a little bit higher for this book than it had been for the previous. At the very least, I didn't catch any overused phrases or ...
What I like about this is how the story is solely written from Elaina and Troy's perspective. There is none of those perspectives of victims or the serial killer (well, there's a couple from other characters, like Mia Voss, the DNA tracer) -- so in a sense, I feel like I'm right there as the investi...
Hmmm just like in Untraceable, the writing itself was good, and this one seemed tighter BUT the heroine wins the award for the most TSTL Fiction FBI Agent EVER. I don't even know where to begin (and I guess I"ve seen too much Criminal Minds) ...things that were implied should have been said and vic...
I must have rushed through these too quickly, or you'd think I'd be more invested in Troy's story. As is, I was too busy getting to know Elaina to focus too much on her hero. Another enjoyable thriller, and I can't seem to slow down. Hopped over to a different series, The Borderline, so I can get...
Definite win. A solid read that makes one happy at the end.Griffin has quickly become my replacement Patricia Cornwell, not exactly the same, but it fits me perfectly. Strong female protagonists, nicely paced suspense, and hot heroes--Hello, yeah, I'm so there. The difference is with her Tracers ser...
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