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I made the mistake of reading the first few pages and....well, let's just say we'll be ordering out for dinner tonight & wearing dirty clothes tomorrow. I finished the book in an afternoon, growling at anyone who dared to interrupt my time with Elvis Cole & Scott James. This is why I read, to get caught up by a story & transported into a world with compelling characters & smart plot lines.

It all begins when Elvis is in the right place at the wrong time. He was hired by the mysterious Meryl Lawrence to find Amy Breslyn, a chemical engineer mourning her dead son. Before he knows it, he's in the middle of a police take down complete with guns, choppers & one barely restrained K9 officer named Maggie. Her partner Scott got a look at the suspect before he disappeared, something he will soon regret.
Elvis can't disclose why he was there which puts him at odds with the cops. But it's clear his case has ties to the police investigation & when Scott is sidelined, the 2 form an unlikely partnership to get to the bottom of a tangled story of lies, double crosses & mistaken identity. Along the way Elvis enlists help from the monosyllabic Joe Pike in a race to find Amy before the cops do.

What a great read. From the opening pages you're hooked by the intricate plot, fully developed characters & snappy dialogue. Chapters are told by alternate narrators (including Maggie) so you get their POV as events unfold. This adds to the tension as each layer of the story is revealed & you begin to grasp what is really happening. A couple of nice twists near the end guarantee some jaw dropping moments as plot lines intersect for a complex & hair raising conclusion.
The author has successfully united his 2 series. For fans of "Suspect" there's more of the touching relationship between Scott & Maggie. Both suffer from PTSD & provide lifelines for each other, sometimes literally in this book. The Elvis Cole/Joe Pike series is a long time best seller & they're back in fine form. Putting Elvis & Scott together adds a new dynamic, hopefully one we'll get to enjoy again in the future.
What can I say, all those overused terms apply. Unputdownable, page turner, thrill ride. All I know is it's not often a book I've been waiting for exceeds my expectations. This one did in spades.

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i made the mistake of reading the first few pages and....well, let's just say we'll be ordering out for dinner tonight & wearing dirty clothes tomorrow. i finished the book in an afternoon, growling at anyone who dared to interrupt my time with elvis cole & scott james. this is why i read, to get caught up by a story & transported into a world with compelling characters & smart plot lines.

it all begins when elvis is in the right place at the wrong time. he was hired by the mysterious meryl lawrence to find amy breslyn, a chemical engineer mourning her dead son. before he knows it, he's in the middle of a police take down complete with guns, choppers & one barely restrained k9 officer named maggie. her partner scott got a look at the suspect before he disappeared, something he will soon regret.
elvis can't disclose why he was there which puts him at odds with the cops. but it's clear his case has ties to the police investigation & when scott is sidelined, the 2 form an unlikely partnership to get to the bottom of a tangled story of lies, double crosses & mistaken identity. along the way elvis enlists help from the monosyllabic joe pike in a race to find amy before the cops do.

what a great read. from the opening pages you're hooked by the intricate plot, fully developed characters & snappy dialogue. chapters are told by alternate narrators (including maggie) so you get their pov as events unfold. this adds to the tension as each layer of the story is revealed & you begin to grasp what is really happening. a couple of nice twists near the end guarantee some jaw dropping moments as plot lines intersect for a complex & hair raising conclusion.
the author has successfully united his 2 series. for fans of "suspect" there's more of the touching relationship between scott & maggie. both suffer from ptsd & provide lifelines for each other, sometimes literally in this book. the elvis cole/joe pike series is a long time best seller & they're back in fine form. putting elvis & scott together adds a new dynamic, hopefully one we'll get to enjoy again in the future.
what can i say, all those overused terms apply. unputdownable, page turner, thrill ride. all i know is it's not often a book i've been waiting for exceeds my expectations. this one did in spades.
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i made the mistake of reading the first few pages and....well, let's just say we'll be ordering out for dinner tonight & wearing dirty clothes tomorrow. i finished the book in an afternoon, growling at anyone who dared to interrupt my time with elvis cole & scott james. this is why i read, to get caught up by a story & transported into a world with compelling characters & smart plot lines.

it all begins when elvis is in the right place at the wrong time. he was hired by the mysterious meryl lawrence to find amy breslyn, a chemical engineer mourning her dead son. before he knows it, he's in the middle of a police take down complete with guns, choppers & one barely restrained k9 officer named maggie. her partner scott got a look at the suspect before he disappeared, something he will soon regret.
elvis can't disclose why he was there which puts him at odds with the cops. but it's clear his case has ties to the police investigation & when scott is sidelined, the 2 form an unlikely partnership to get to the bottom of a tangled story of lies, double crosses & mistaken identity. along the way elvis enlists help from the monosyllabic joe pike in a race to find amy before the cops do.

what a great read. from the opening pages you're hooked by the intricate plot, fully developed characters & snappy dialogue. chapters are told by alternate narrators (including maggie) so you get their pov as events unfold. this adds to the tension as each layer of the story is revealed & you begin to grasp what is really happening. a couple of nice twists near the end guarantee some jaw dropping moments as plot lines intersect for a complex & hair raising conclusion.
the author has successfully united his 2 series. for fans of "suspect" there's more of the touching relationship between scott & maggie. both suffer from ptsd & provide lifelines for each other, sometimes literally in this book. the elvis cole/joe pike series is a long time best seller & they're back in fine form. putting elvis & scott together adds a new dynamic, hopefully one we'll get to enjoy again in the future.
what can i say, all those overused terms apply. unputdownable, page turner, thrill ride. all i know is it's not often a book i've been waiting for exceeds my expectations. this one did in spades.
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i made the mistake of reading the first few pages and....well, let's just say we'll be ordering out for dinner tonight & wearing dirty clothes tomorrow. i finished the book in an afternoon, growling at anyone who dared to interrupt my time with elvis cole & scott james. this is why i read, to get caught up by a story & transported into a world with compelling characters & smart plot lines.

it all begins when elvis is in the right place at the wrong time. he was hired by the mysterious meryl lawrence to find amy breslyn, a chemical engineer mourning her dead son. before he knows it, he's in the middle of a police take down complete with guns, choppers & one barely restrained k9 officer named maggie. her partner scott got a look at the suspect before he disappeared, something he will soon regret.
elvis can't disclose why he was there which puts him at odds with the cops. but it's clear his case has ties to the police investigation & when scott is sidelined, the 2 form an unlikely partnership to get to the bottom of a tangled story of lies, double crosses & mistaken identity. along the way elvis enlists help from the monosyllabic joe pike in a race to find amy before the cops do.

what a great read. from the opening pages you're hooked by the intricate plot, fully developed characters & snappy dialogue. chapters are told by alternate narrators (including maggie) so you get their pov as events unfold. this adds to the tension as each layer of the story is revealed & you begin to grasp what is really happening. a couple of nice twists near the end guarantee some jaw dropping moments as plot lines intersect for a complex & hair raising conclusion.
the author has successfully united his 2 series. for fans of "suspect" there's more of the touching relationship between scott & maggie. both suffer from ptsd & provide lifelines for each other, sometimes literally in this book. the elvis cole/joe pike series is a long time best seller & they're back in fine form. putting elvis & scott together adds a new dynamic, hopefully one we'll get to enjoy again in the future.
what can i say, all those overused terms apply. unputdownable, page turner, thrill ride. all i know is it's not often a book i've been waiting for exceeds my expectations. this one did in spades.
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i made the mistake of reading the first few pages and....well, let's just say we'll be ordering out for dinner tonight & wearing dirty clothes tomorrow. i finished the book in an afternoon, growling at anyone who dared to interrupt my time with elvis cole & scott james. this is why i read, to get caught up by a story & transported into a world with compelling characters & smart plot lines.

it all begins when elvis is in the right place at the wrong time. he was hired by the mysterious meryl lawrence to find amy breslyn, a chemical engineer mourning her dead son. before he knows it, he's in the middle of a police take down complete with guns, choppers & one barely restrained k9 officer named maggie. her partner scott got a look at the suspect before he disappeared, something he will soon regret.
elvis can't disclose why he was there which puts him at odds with the cops. but it's clear his case has ties to the police investigation & when scott is sidelined, the 2 form an unlikely partnership to get to the bottom of a tangled story of lies, double crosses & mistaken identity. along the way elvis enlists help from the monosyllabic joe pike in a race to find amy before the cops do.

what a great read. from the opening pages you're hooked by the intricate plot, fully developed characters & snappy dialogue. chapters are told by alternate narrators (including maggie) so you get their pov as events unfold. this adds to the tension as each layer of the story is revealed & you begin to grasp what is really happening. a couple of nice twists near the end guarantee some jaw dropping moments as plot lines intersect for a complex & hair raising conclusion.
the author has successfully united his 2 series. for fans of "suspect" there's more of the touching relationship between scott & maggie. both suffer from ptsd & provide lifelines for each other, sometimes literally in this book. the elvis cole/joe pike series is a long time best seller & they're back in fine form. putting elvis & scott together adds a new dynamic, hopefully one we'll get to enjoy again in the future.
what can i say, all those overused terms apply. unputdownable, page turner, thrill ride. all i know is it's not often a book i've been waiting for exceeds my expectations. this one did in spades.
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i made the mistake of reading the first few pages and....well, let's just say we'll be ordering out for dinner tonight & wearing dirty clothes tomorrow. i finished the book in an afternoon, growling at anyone who dared to interrupt my time with elvis cole & scott james. this is why i read, to get caught up by a story & transported into a world with compelling characters & smart plot lines.

it all begins when elvis is in the right place at the wrong time. he was hired by the mysterious meryl lawrence to find amy breslyn, a chemical engineer mourning her dead son. before he knows it, he's in the middle of a police take down complete with guns, choppers & one barely restrained k9 officer named maggie. her partner scott got a look at the suspect before he disappeared, something he will soon regret.
elvis can't disclose why he was there which puts him at odds with the cops. but it's clear his case has ties to the police investigation & when scott is sidelined, the 2 form an unlikely partnership to get to the bottom of a tangled story of lies, double crosses & mistaken identity. along the way elvis enlists help from the monosyllabic joe pike in a race to find amy before the cops do.

what a great read. from the opening pages you're hooked by the intricate plot, fully developed characters & snappy dialogue. chapters are told by alternate narrators (including maggie) so you get their pov as events unfold. this adds to the tension as each layer of the story is revealed & you begin to grasp what is really happening. a couple of nice twists near the end guarantee some jaw dropping moments as plot lines intersect for a complex & hair raising conclusion.
the author has successfully united his 2 series. for fans of "suspect" there's more of the touching relationship between scott & maggie. both suffer from ptsd & provide lifelines for each other, sometimes literally in this book. the elvis cole/joe pike series is a long time best seller & they're back in fine form. putting elvis & scott together adds a new dynamic, hopefully one we'll get to enjoy again in the future.
what can i say, all those overused terms apply. unputdownable, page turner, thrill ride. all i know is it's not often a book i've been waiting for exceeds my expectations. this one did in spades.
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i made the mistake of reading the first few pages and....well, let's just say we'll be ordering out for dinner tonight & wearing dirty clothes tomorrow. i finished the book in an afternoon, growling at anyone who dared to interrupt my time with elvis cole & scott james. this is why i read, to get caught up by a story & transported into a world with compelling characters & smart plot lines.

it all begins when elvis is in the right place at the wrong time. he was hired by the mysterious meryl lawrence to find amy breslyn, a chemical engineer mourning her dead son. before he knows it, he's in the middle of a police take down complete with guns, choppers & one barely restrained k9 officer named maggie. her partner scott got a look at the suspect before he disappeared, something he will soon regret.
elvis can't disclose why he was there which puts him at odds with the cops. but it's clear his case has ties to the police investigation & when scott is sidelined, the 2 form an unlikely partnership to get to the bottom of a tangled story of lies, double crosses & mistaken identity. along the way elvis enlists help from the monosyllabic joe pike in a race to find amy before the cops do.

what a great read. from the opening pages you're hooked by the intricate plot, fully developed characters & snappy dialogue. chapters are told by alternate narrators (including maggie) so you get their pov as events unfold. this adds to the tension as each layer of the story is revealed & you begin to grasp what is really happening. a couple of nice twists near the end guarantee some jaw dropping moments as plot lines intersect for a complex & hair raising conclusion.
the author has successfully united his 2 series. for fans of "suspect" there's more of the touching relationship between scott & maggie. both suffer from ptsd & provide lifelines for each other, sometimes literally in this book. the elvis cole/joe pike series is a long time best seller & they're back in fine form. putting elvis & scott together adds a new dynamic, hopefully one we'll get to enjoy again in the future.
what can i say, all those overused terms apply. unputdownable, page turner, thrill ride. all i know is it's not often a book i've been waiting for exceeds my expectations. this one did in spades.
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i made the mistake of reading the first few pages and....well, let's just say we'll be ordering out for dinner tonight & wearing dirty clothes tomorrow. i finished the book in an afternoon, growling at anyone who dared to interrupt my time with elvis cole & scott james. this is why i read, to get caught up by a story & transported into a world with compelling characters & smart plot lines.

it all begins when elvis is in the right place at the wrong time. he was hired by the mysterious meryl lawrence to find amy breslyn, a chemical engineer mourning her dead son. before he knows it, he's in the middle of a police take down complete with guns, choppers & one barely restrained k9 officer named maggie. her partner scott got a look at the suspect before he disappeared, something he will soon regret.
elvis can't disclose why he was there which puts him at odds with the cops. but it's clear his case has ties to the police investigation & when scott is sidelined, the 2 form an unlikely partnership to get to the bottom of a tangled story of lies, double crosses & mistaken identity. along the way elvis enlists help from the monosyllabic joe pike in a race to find amy before the cops do.

what a great read. from the opening pages you're hooked by the intricate plot, fully developed characters & snappy dialogue. chapters are told by alternate narrators (including maggie) so you get their pov as events unfold. this adds to the tension as each layer of the story is revealed & you begin to grasp what is really happening. a couple of nice twists near the end guarantee some jaw dropping moments as plot lines intersect for a complex & hair raising conclusion.
the author has successfully united his 2 series. for fans of "suspect" there's more of the touching relationship between scott & maggie. both suffer from ptsd & provide lifelines for each other, sometimes literally in this book. the elvis cole/joe pike series is a long time best seller & they're back in fine form. putting elvis & scott together adds a new dynamic, hopefully one we'll get to enjoy again in the future.
what can i say, all those overused terms apply. unputdownable, page turner, thrill ride. all i know is it's not often a book i've been waiting for exceeds my expectations. this one did in spades.
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i made the mistake of reading the first few pages and....well, let's just say we'll be ordering out for dinner tonight & wearing dirty clothes tomorrow. i finished the book in an afternoon, growling at anyone who dared to interrupt my time with elvis cole & scott james. this is why i read, to get caught up by a story & transported into a world with compelling characters & smart plot lines.

it all begins when elvis is in the right place at the wrong time. he was hired by the mysterious meryl lawrence to find amy breslyn, a chemical engineer mourning her dead son. before he knows it, he's in the middle of a police take down complete with guns, choppers & one barely restrained k9 officer named maggie. her partner scott got a look at the suspect before he disappeared, something he will soon regret.
elvis can't disclose why he was there which puts him at odds with the cops. but it's clear his case has ties to the police investigation & when scott is sidelined, the 2 form an unlikely partnership to get to the bottom of a tangled story of lies, double crosses & mistaken identity. along the way elvis enlists help from the monosyllabic joe pike in a race to find amy before the cops do.

what a great read. from the opening pages you're hooked by the intricate plot, fully developed characters & snappy dialogue. chapters are told by alternate narrators (including maggie) so you get their pov as events unfold. this adds to the tension as each layer of the story is revealed & you begin to grasp what is really happening. a couple of nice twists near the end guarantee some jaw dropping moments as plot lines intersect for a complex & hair raising conclusion.
the author has successfully united his 2 series. for fans of "suspect" there's more of the touching relationship between scott & maggie. both suffer from ptsd & provide lifelines for each other, sometimes literally in this book. the elvis cole/joe pike series is a long time best seller & they're back in fine form. putting elvis & scott together adds a new dynamic, hopefully one we'll get to enjoy again in the future.
what can i say, all those overused terms apply. unputdownable, page turner, thrill ride. all i know is it's not often a book i've been waiting for exceeds my expectations. this one did in spades.
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it all begins when elvis is in the right place at the wrong time. he was hired by the mysterious meryl lawrence to find amy breslyn, a chemical engineer mourning her dead son. before he knows it, he's in the middle of a police take down complete with guns, choppers & one barely restrained k9 officer named maggie. her partner scott got a look at the suspect before he disappeared, something he will soon regret.
elvis can't disclose why he was there which puts him at odds with the cops. but it's clear his case has ties to the police investigation & when scott is sidelined, the 2 form an unlikely partnership to get to the bottom of a tangled story of lies, double crosses & mistaken identity. along the way elvis enlists help from the monosyllabic joe pike in a race to find amy before the cops do.

what a great read. from the opening pages you're hooked by the intricate plot, fully developed characters & snappy dialogue. chapters are told by alternate narrators (including maggie) so you get their pov as events unfold. this adds to the tension as each layer of the story is revealed & you begin to grasp what is really happening. a couple of nice twists near the end guarantee some jaw dropping moments as plot lines intersect for a complex & hair raising conclusion.
the author has successfully united his 2 series. for fans of "suspect" there's more of the touching relationship between scott & maggie. both suffer from ptsd & provide lifelines for each other, sometimes literally in this book. the elvis cole/joe pike series is a long time best seller & they're back in fine form. putting elvis & scott together adds a new dynamic, hopefully one we'll get to enjoy again in the future.
what can i say, all those overused terms apply. unputdownable, page turner, thrill ride. all i know is it's not often a book i've been waiting for exceeds my expectations. this one did in spades.
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it all begins when elvis is in the right place at the wrong time. he was hired by the mysterious meryl lawrence to find amy breslyn, a chemical engineer mourning her dead son. before he knows it, he's in the middle of a police take down complete with guns, choppers & one barely restrained k9 officer named maggie. her partner scott got a look at the suspect before he disappeared, something he will soon regret.
elvis can't disclose why he was there which puts him at odds with the cops. but it's clear his case has ties to the police investigation & when scott is sidelined, the 2 form an unlikely partnership to get to the bottom of a tangled story of lies, double crosses & mistaken identity. along the way elvis enlists help from the monosyllabic joe pike in a race to find amy before the cops do.

what a great read. from the opening pages you're hooked by the intricate plot, fully developed characters & snappy dialogue. chapters are told by alternate narrators (including maggie) so you get their pov as events unfold. this adds to the tension as each layer of the story is revealed & you begin to grasp what is really happening. a couple of nice twists near the end guarantee some jaw dropping moments as plot lines intersect for a complex & hair raising conclusion.
the author has successfully united his 2 series. for fans of "suspect" there's more of the touching relationship between scott & maggie. both suffer from ptsd & provide lifelines for each other, sometimes literally in this book. the elvis cole/joe pike series is a long time best seller & they're back in fine form. putting elvis & scott together adds a new dynamic, hopefully one we'll get to enjoy again in the future.
what can i say, all those overused terms apply. unputdownable, page turner, thrill ride. all i know is it's not often a book i've been waiting for exceeds my expectations. this one did in spades.
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it all begins when elvis is in the right place at the wrong time. he was hired by the mysterious meryl lawrence to find amy breslyn, a chemical engineer mourning her dead son. before he knows it, he's in the middle of a police take down complete with guns, choppers & one barely restrained k9 officer named maggie. her partner scott got a look at the suspect before he disappeared, something he will soon regret.
elvis can't disclose why he was there which puts him at odds with the cops. but it's clear his case has ties to the police investigation & when scott is sidelined, the 2 form an unlikely partnership to get to the bottom of a tangled story of lies, double crosses & mistaken identity. along the way elvis enlists help from the monosyllabic joe pike in a race to find amy before the cops do.

what a great read. from the opening pages you're hooked by the intricate plot, fully developed characters & snappy dialogue. chapters are told by alternate narrators (including maggie) so you get their pov as events unfold. this adds to the tension as each layer of the story is revealed & you begin to grasp what is really happening. a couple of nice twists near the end guarantee some jaw dropping moments as plot lines intersect for a complex & hair raising conclusion.
the author has successfully united his 2 series. for fans of "suspect" there's more of the touching relationship between scott & maggie. both suffer from ptsd & provide lifelines for each other, sometimes literally in this book. the elvis cole/joe pike series is a long time best seller & they're back in fine form. putting elvis & scott together adds a new dynamic, hopefully one we'll get to enjoy again in the future.
what can i say, all those overused terms apply. unputdownable, page turner, thrill ride. all i know is it's not often a book i've been waiting for exceeds my expectations. this one did in spades.
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"if you're planning on getting anything done today, don't even think about cracking the cover"
i made the mistake of reading the first few pages and....well, let's just say we'll be ordering out for dinner tonight & wearing dirty clothes tomorrow. i finished the book in an afternoon, growling at anyone who dared to interrupt my time with elvis cole & scott james. this is why i read, to get caught up by a story & transported into a world with compelling characters & smart plot lines.

it all begins when elvis is in the right place at the wrong time. he was hired by the mysterious meryl lawrence to find amy breslyn, a chemical engineer mourning her dead son. before he knows it, he's in the middle of a police take down complete with guns, choppers & one barely restrained k9 officer named maggie. her partner scott got a look at the suspect before he disappeared, something he will soon regret.
elvis can't disclose why he was there which puts him at odds with the cops. but it's clear his case has ties to the police investigation & when scott is sidelined, the 2 form an unlikely partnership to get to the bottom of a tangled story of lies, double crosses & mistaken identity. along the way elvis enlists help from the monosyllabic joe pike in a race to find amy before the cops do.

what a great read. from the opening pages you're hooked by the intricate plot, fully developed characters & snappy dialogue. chapters are told by alternate narrators (including maggie) so you get their pov as events unfold. this adds to the tension as each layer of the story is revealed & you begin to grasp what is really happening. a couple of nice twists near the end guarantee some jaw dropping moments as plot lines intersect for a complex & hair raising conclusion.
the author has successfully united his 2 series. for fans of "suspect" there's more of the touching relationship between scott & maggie. both suffer from ptsd & provide lifelines for each other, sometimes literally in this book. the elvis cole/joe pike series is a long time best seller & they're back in fine form. putting elvis & scott together adds a new dynamic, hopefully one we'll get to enjoy again in the future.
what can i say, all those overused terms apply. unputdownable, page turner, thrill ride. all i know is it's not often a book i've been waiting for exceeds my expectations. this one did in spades.
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