Mobi ì Mind Games Kaely uinn Profiler #1 332 pages

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Mobi ì Mind Games Kaely uinn Profiler #1 332 pages ☆ Kaely uinn's talents as an FBI behavior analyst are impossible to ignore no matter how unorthodox her methods But when a reporter outs her as the daughter of an infamous serial killer she's demoted to field agent and transferred to St LouisWhen the same reporter who ruined heVe received an anonymous poem predicting a string of murders ending with Kaely's the reporter's ulterior motives bring his claim into uestion But when a body is found that fits the poem's predictions the threat is undeniable and the FBI sends Special Agent Noah Hunter to St LouisInitially resentf A crackling thriller with plenty of twists and turns Be prepared to stay on the edge of your seat

Mobi ↠ Mind Games Kaely uinn Profiler #1 ✓ Nancy Mehl

Ul of the assignment Noah is surprised at how uickly his respect for Kaely grows despite her oddities But with a brazen serial killer who breaks all the normal patterns on the loose Noah and Kaely are tested to their limits to catch the murderer before anyone else including Kaely herself is kille I love it when an author surprises me with characters I don't expect Kaely uinn was that surprise She's exceptional at profiling and has a uniue way of doing it Loved it Plus she has a deep relationship with the Lord about whom she has no ualms sharing when asked So likeableI also love when an author includes a variety of possibilities for who the bad guy might be and in the end throws you for a loop So goodTwo co workers look to be romantic interests but once again the author surprised me I really liked both of them but had deep suspicions about one Good stuffGood book

Mobi Mind Games Kaely uinn Profiler #1

Mind Games Kaely uinn Profiler #1Kaely uinn's talents as an FBI behavior analyst are impossible to ignore no matter how unorthodox her methods But when a reporter outs her as the daughter of an infamous serial killer she's demoted to field agent and transferred to St LouisWhen the same reporter who ruined her career claims to ha Wow Wow WOWBuckle up for this one y’all I’m not even sure how to review it because I don’t want to give away any spoilers and all I really want to keep saying is ‘Wow’ lolThat endingWowOk I’ll try to pull myself together here and give you helpful information But seriously y’all wowKaely uinn is one of the most complex characters I’ve met in a long time – perhaps the most complex heroine I’ve ever encountered in fiction Her backstory alone has multiple emotional layers that are continuing to be revealed as the story – and the series – progresses The we learn about Kaely the fascinating her character becomes Her partners Alex and Noah – one former one current – are great counterpoints to her character especially as they respond to respect her uniue process as they work to solve the caseThe poem sent to Kaely – which foreshadows the events of this riveting thriller – is chilling precipitating a race against time to stop the murders before they happen if they can figure out who is the next target So much great psychological profiling as Kaely and Noah try to stay a step ahead and if you’re a fan of “Criminal Minds” on TV you’re going to love this tooI read A LOT of books and it’s not often that I am surprised by one so thoroughly That alone earns it all 5 stars as far as I’m concerned Once you reach a certain point in this book forget putting it down to sleep – you’ll be absolutely glued to the page And if you’re like me once you reach the end you may just say “wow” a few hundred times before actual vocabulary is restored to youBottom Line Mind Games is Mehl’s best book yet You may want to read this with all the lights on – and don’t plan on putting it down until you’ve reached the very last word There is some romantic potential here in future books hints in this one but it definitely doesn’t overpower the storyline Layered complex and compelling – the plot and the heroine – this is a must read for fans of psychological thrillers and FBI procedurals alike WowI voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this bookfirst seen at Reading Is My SuperPower