» » Overkill (Berkley Sensation)

Download Overkill (Berkley Sensation) fb2

by Linda Castillo
Download Overkill (Berkley Sensation) fb2
United States
  • Author:
    Linda Castillo
  • ISBN:
  • ISBN13:
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Berkley; First Edition edition (October 2, 2007)
  • Subcategory:
    United States
  • Language:
  • FB2 format
    1261 kb
  • ePUB format
    1434 kb
  • DJVU format
    1871 kb
  • Rating:
  • Votes:
  • Formats:
    doc lrf azw mbr

Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). Linda Castillo has published 30 books for three New York publishing houses and won numerous industry awards, including a nomination by the International Thriller Writers for best hardcover, the Golden Heart, the Daphne du Maurier Award of Excellence, and a nomination for the prestigious RITA.

Linda Castillo is an American author of novels including the New York Times bestselling Kate Burkholder series, which are a crime thrillers set in Amish country. She has also written numerous romance and romantic suspense novels. Castillo is the recipient of awards including the Daphne du Maurier Award, the Holt Medallion, and a nomination for the RITA. Castillo grew up in Arcanum, Ohio. She lives in Texas with her husband. Sworn to Silence, Minotaur Books, 2009, ISBN 0-312-37497-6.

Поиск книг BookFi BookSee - Download books for free. The Shadow Side (Berkley Sensation).

Berkley Sensation mass market ed. External-identifier. urn:asin:0425218295 urn:oclc:record:934803575.

Romance - Suspense, Fiction, Romance, Suspense, American Light Romantic Fiction, Fiction, Fiction - Romance. Berkley Sensation mass market ed. ark:/13960/t9d533675.

Professional grade Trilene Sensation has been trusted by our Berkley pro staff for more than a decade. With extreme r, it is still flexible and manageable. This strength allows us to make it in smaller diameters for better lure action and cast ability. The breakthrough multi-polymer nylon formula has less stretch and holds more of its strength when wet compared to other nylon monos for sensitivity and control.

Published October 2nd 2007 by Berkley. Had to keep checking title page to make sure this really Linda Castillo' s book, not Sandra Brown.

Marty Hogan was a good cop until she crossed the line. Published October 2nd 2007 by Berkley.

Linda Castillo lives in Texas and is currenly working on her next romantic thriller.

Once again author Linda Castillo displays remarkable talent for creating a tale both plausible yet extraordinary. Linda Castillo caught my attention with "The Perfect Victim". Her new novel, "The Shadow Side" has truly won my respect

Once again author Linda Castillo displays remarkable talent for creating a tale both plausible yet extraordinary. Both Eli and Adam are damaged, finding recovery as they move through a maze of antagonism and suspicion to learning to trust their hearts and each other. Her new novel, "The Shadow Side" has truly won my respect. Dr. Elizabeth Barnes has devoted her life and her extraordinary talents to developing a cure for the depression that led her mother to commit suicide at age thirty five.

OVERKILL is another winner from Linda Castillo. The only exitment with this book is numerous typos and gramatical errors. Having a great conflict and creating great characters are just two of the reasons Linda Castillo is quickly becoming one of my go-to authors for romantic suspense.

Customs services and international tracking provided.

It started with a case so horrific that it sent Chicago cop Marty Hogan straight over the edge. Unable to put her disturbing memories behind her, Marty lost her job and was forced to flee to small-town Texas and the only police force that would hire her. Police Chief Clay Settlemeyer knows something about making mistakes.  A single dad and former military cop, he was willing to give Marty a second chance. But when her ex-partner is brutally murdered, it’s clear that Marty’s past has come back to haunt her—and that she’s the next intended victim. Now Clay must protect the woman he’s come to love—without putting his daughter’s life in danger. “Linda Castillo writes with power, passion, and a voice you’ll never forget!”—New York Times bestselling author Maggie Shayne

Have to admit that I dislike romance novels. So that is part of the rating. Another part of it is all of the editing errors. There's not a page that doesn't have at least one jumble of letters that is not a word. Very annoying. I don't like paying for an inferior product. The editor should be embarassed. The writing is ok but not up to her standard. Did she write this before the Amish series? My bad for giving this genre a shot because she was the author. I won't make that mistake again.
The plot was excellent and the writing was outstanding. However, there were way too many typos and it made for an unwanted distraction. I love Linda Castillo and I have read many of her novels and will read many more I hope
Meh read. And the number if typos was distracting and unprofessional for a well published author. It's like no editor or proofreader were involved. That sort of thing annoys me and interrupts the flow of reading a good book for me.
Marty Hogan was a Chicago cop who was fired for beating a handcuffed suspect to near unconsciousness. Marty went into a blind rage when she saw the suspect had killed a nine-year girl whom he was holding as a hostage. For months, the media focused on her for police brutality, while little attention was given to the fact of the little girl's murder.

It took six months for Marty to get another job in law enforcement. She submitted 35 resumes without a response. Finally, she got a break, Chief Clay Settlemeyer called Marty from Caprock Canyon, Texas, and hired her while on the phone. Marty's first day on the job didn't go well with her co-workers. They got into a verbal confrontation. Clay believed in second chances, however, in hiring Marty, he made a mistake. She knew all the right things to say when he interviewed her on the phone. When Clay met Marty, he was instantly attracted to her, but perceived that the fallout from the Chicago incident was still having an effect on her.

Shortly after Marty arrived in Texas, she received a phone call that her ex-partner from Chicago was murdered. There had been several brutal murders in Chicago law enforcement. Seems that anyone connected to Marty on the day when she lost control is a target. The suspect's sister and brother are in the Russian Mob. While he was being tortured, Marty's ex-partner revealed where Marty was living.

The secondary characters were interesting. Jo Nell is the receptionist for the Caprock Canyon PD. She was humorous at times, trying to hide her cigarette smoke from the Chief. Chief Clay Settlemeyer's wife left him and their daughter Erica for a wealthy man. When the man died, she returned to Caprock Canyon to rekindle her once romantic relationship with Clay.

The plot was up front without any surprise twist at the end. Linda Castillo did an excellent job in weaving the story line. The plot held my interest until the very end.

I recommend OVERKILL!
Love Linda. Great suspense !
Not this very good author's best effort. The editing of this book was bad. There were a great number of typos.
This book is not up to the author’s usual standards. The number of misspelled words and poor grammar is unbelievable.
Hope there is a sequel to this book