The 12th book in the "Joe Pickett" series is one I've been waiting for as it features Joe's shadowy best friend, Nate Romanowski, and finally reveals why he is been off the grid and who is after him.
Nate has been an on and off again presence in this series and his mysterious past and why he lives alone has made him a curious character, one you want to know more about. Nate is again on edge as one of his former special forces friend has been killed, and knows his former mentor, Nemcek, is on his way to finish him off. Nate reluctantly finally tells Joe of why his mentor is out to kiil him and the rest of the team and what happened in their past to justify it.
I also love the back story of Nate being a master Falconer, it adds another dimension to his motives.
I'm a big fan of C.J. Box and this series and I wasn't let down by this book, this book does stand alone but you might want to read a couple of his earlier books.
Professor Jeremy Logan is called to investigate the suicide of a well respected scientist at the prestigious think tank Lux in Newport, Rhode Island. Jeremy is a specialist in analyzing supernatural events, the scientist had been working on updating the west wing of the century old building when he started slowly going mad before killing himself. Logan finds that other members of the Lux have also had similar issues.
Logan soon finds a secret room in the west wing that had been sealed and was not shown on the original blueprints of the building. The room has been closed since 1935 and contains a mysterious machine that may hve been used in seance's to contact the deceased.
The book is fast paced with many twists and great sense of forboding, well written by Lincoln Child, this is his 4th with Jeremy Logan featured.
The first day of class at Northwestern University's Medill school of journalism and three brilliant students are chosen for a special class investigating cold case files.
The enigmatic Jake, Sarah and Ian are tasked by professor Z to look into past files, but Jake already has one chosen, he has had a cryptic message sent to him leading the three to a case, but the problem is the killer is already dead.
The three are drawn into a case where another body turns up and interest in the three becomes a dangerous game where trust is tested, and police corruption and deception leads to the students being the hunted. A fast, intriguing new book by Chicago author Michael Harvey who wrote the Chicago Way and 3 other in the Michael Kelly series.
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