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Marie Force continues to show her brilliance in Fatal Identity. She not only continues this fantastic series by catching you up with all the memorable characters in this magnificent world she has created, she continues to propel several story-lines at once all within this book. Marie's uncanny ability to develop characters and plots that will blow your mind is commendable.
In this book, Lieutenant Sam Holland and her team are attempting to recover from the loss of one of their own. Not only is she trying to juggle her job as a homicide detective, being the Second Lady, a wife and a mom, Sam is also facing possible charges for her actions against Ramsey.
As a result of her actions with Ramsey, she has been put on suspension. But knowing Sam, nothing will keep her down. Just as she is about to leave, she is approached by Josh Hamilton, the director of the FBI's son about a possible kidnapping case. If it is legit, it could be the case of a lifetime.
This book is filled with suspense. There are many twists and turns that kept me burning through the pages. Marie Force does a fantastic job of developing characters as they cope with loss, and go through hardships and experience the trials and tribulations of their difficult job. Each book she writes makes me fall more in love with the world she has created in this Fatal series! I can't wait to read more!
Felicity Munroe was very good with the delivery of the story
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What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?
The story has to be more believable - Sam was pushing it a bit. I do find her character is becoming too obnoxious. I also don"t believe that anyone takes the role of vice-president too-seriously - seems more like a hobby.
Has Fatal Identity turned you off from other books in this genre?
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Felicity Munroe?
I like the narrator. She is now the voice of the Fatal series for me.
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?
Sure it does - i like how the supporting characters roles are evolving.
Any additional comments?
I still look forward to the next book in the Fatal series.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful