Friday, December 16, 2011
Heart of Ice
This is the third book in a series. I am not sure what really happened in those first books, but this book has enough info that you can get into the story.
Part of the book talks of Elizabeth who uses anyone she feels will suit her needs, and doesn't care what happens to them. She calls this "The Game". She meets up with Cassidy in a class she teaches and feels she will come in handy later, so she takes her for coffee and talks to her telling her fiction stories of herself that she knows will make Cassidy relate, cause she has the same kind of problems. Cassidy talks about her good friends; Federal prosecutor Allison Pierce and FBI agent Nicole Hedges and Elizabeth doesn't like the sound of them and swears they won't stop her from playing "The Game".
I hope this information gives you enough to make you wanna read it. This is a great fiction story, I would recommend anyone who likes reading about crimes and criminal stories to read this, and even if you don't, it is still a good read.
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from Thomas Nelson publishers as part of their book review bloggers program. All opinions expressed are my own, and I was not required to write a positive review.
The Triple Threat Club novels follow three fiercely intelligent women—a TV reporter, a Federal prosecutor and an FBI agent—as they investigate crimes as current as today’s headlines.
The Triple Threat women have faced intense situations before…but never such a cunningly cold-blooded murderer.
Elizabeth Avery is a stunningly beautiful woman. But her perfectly managed exterior hides the ice cold heart of a killer. She ingeniously manipulates everyone who crosses her path to do exactly as she wishes--from crime reporter Cassidy Shaw, who thinks Elizabeth is her new best friend, to a shy young man Elizabeth persuades to kill for her.
As Elizabeth leaves a trail of bodies in her wake, Federal prosecutor Allison Pierce and FBI agent Nicole Hedges must piece together clues from seemingly unrelated crimes. Can they stop her before she reaches her unthinkable, ultimate end-game?