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The Wire In the BloodTudents is murdered the first move in a sick and violent game for three players Now of all the killers Hill and Jordan have hunted none has been so ruthless so terrifyingly clever and so brilliantly elusive as the killer who's hunting themVal McDermid's Wire in the Blood is A superb psychological thriller Cosmopolitan Between 4 45 stars

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EPUB ☆ MOBI The Wire In the Blood î FREE æ VAL MCDERMID ð Across the country dozens of teenage girls have vanished Authorities are convinced they're runaways with just the bad luck of the draw to connect them It's the job of criminal profilers Dr Tony Hill and Carol Jordan to look for a pattern TheAcross the country dozens of teenage girls have vanished Authorities are convinced they're runaways with just the bad luck of the draw to connect them It's the job of criminal profilers Dr Tony Hill and Carol Jordan to look for a pattern They've spent years exploring the psyches of madmen But sane men kill too And whe I am so happy to have finally given Val McDermid’s stellar Tony HillCarol Jordan series a go What a terrific writer Ms McDermid is I think what I like most is how much I learn from her especially about profiling even though these earlier books were written in the mid to later 1990s Forensic psychology is a fascinating topic and it is clear the author has deep knowledge of the subject It is almost incomprehensible to me that she has no practical that I am aware of experience in the field yet writes about it as if she were a world expertIn this outing Tony and Carol along with a group of young cops working to become profilers team up without the blessing of any police force in an effort to bring down a serial killer Carol is also involved in trying to break a string of fires by arson I love the way Ms McDermid has these two characters working together so that readers get emphasis on both policing and profiling two of my favorite things to read about We continue to learn about both Tony and Carol in this installment and I am liking them and I thought the author did a great job in introducing us to six other cops bringing out the individuality of each I never once used the search button to remind me who was whoThe plot deals with two major threads and is fabulous The story is chock full of suspense and intrigue and there are plenty of downright nail biting moments And let me say that Ms McDermid is not shy about tossing in some major shockwaves I hated putting this book downI am delighted that there are at least 8 books and counting in this series for me I have discovered some great old gems this year including books by Tana French Stuart MacBride and Elizabeth George and am eager to find even especially as I observe the current generation of writers trending too much toward me too territory I highly recommend the Tony HillCarol Jordan series to every crime fictionthriller fan with one warning Her books can be uite dark so you may want to tread lightly if you prefer to avoid heavy doses of pure evilI’m loving you Val

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N they hide in plain sight they can be difficult to findHe's handsome and talented rich and famous a notorious charmer with the power to seduceand the will to destroy No one can believe what he's capable of No one can imagine what he's already done And no one can fathom what he's about to do next Until one of Hill's s Meh I'm really not getting any warm fuzzies for this series Nor any reaction really I was hoping that the second book in the series would be interesting and getting away from the scene setting that took up so much of The Mermaids Singing but noa large part of the book is still about workplace politics and Tony Hill's struggle to find acceptance of his profiling task force within the police Blah blah policing blah blah And I have literally no interest in the relationship between Tony and Carol Shaz was an interesting character but there was not that much interaction between her and the rest of the characters The fact that we know from the start who the killer is does not help the situation Instead of reading on to guess who may have done it is practically spoilt and for me there isn't that much fun in following the profilers trying to balance their professional aspirations with their personal entanglements So whilst I seem to enjoy Val's standalone novels I just can't find anything in this series that resonates with me At all DNF 55%