"BRENNAN [IS] A MASTER...COMPELLING AND COMPLEX." -Associated Press In No Good Deed Lucy Kincaid understands the dangers of corruption. As an FBI agent, she has witnessed some very bad deeds committed by seemingly good people. That's why she's glad to see corrupt DEA Agent Nicole Rollins behind bars for murder, conspiracy, and gunrunning. But when Rollins makes a daring escape-jeopardizing a busload of children and killing five officers-Lucy becomes the key to the biggest manhunt in Texas history...and the target of a brilliant killer. "THE LUCY KINCAID/SEAN ROGAN NOVELS JUST KEEP GETTING BETTER!" -RT Book Reviews Some believe Rollins has fled the country. But Lucy suspects her plan is far more sinister-a taunting game of cat and mouse that hits much closer to home. First, an FBI agent with a connection to Texas is killed in Washington. Then, Kane Rogan disappears on a mission. When Rollins ups the ante again, Lucy is determined to save the people she loves-before her enemy strikes again. Time is running out. The body count is rising. Rollins wants more than revenge-she wants to destroy everything Lucy holds dear...
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by Allison Brennan
"Though this tenth installment of the series featuring FBI agent Lucy Kincaid lacks the rich background of its established characters, narrator Ann Marie Lee provides an especially well-developed vocal characterization of Lucy as well as her nemesis, corrupt DEA Agent Nicole Rollins. Lucy, a criminal psychologist, is at the top of Rollins's list for revenge killings. Lee helps build the suspense and moves the action along with urgent pacing to keep listeners engaged. She easily transitions between male and female characters, of which there are many, without obvious strain. The story highlights the dangers of drug running and the viciousness of Mexican cartels. It's well suited to audio as Lee adds to character development and helps listeners keep track of the many plot twists. S.C.A. © AudioFile 2016, Portland, Maine"
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