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- The Lizard Cage.
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- See a Problem?.
- Sense of Evil?
- Bishop/Special Crimes Unit: Sense of Evil 6 by Kay Hooper (2004, Paperback)?
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She has since published more than 60 novels and four novellas Kay is single and lives in a very small town in North Carolina, not far from her father and siblings. Blood Sins. Blood Ties. That agent. She sees things. We "April 6, — We need her out of the way. This is the one I have to do next.
Reminds me for today's world Those blondes.
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A useless wimp. You let yourself get distracted. At the beginning it sounds like a typical work Matching the description of the victims, Isabel knows the killer will be coming after her, but not immediately. After all, he's the reason that she joined the FBI. Complications ensue when Rafe's worry and concern for Isabel cuts her off from her gifts at a most inopportune time.
A complicated solution, a killer who is a victim in many ways, and a pair of stubborn people who need to work through their personal problems in order to find the killer. Another winner. While I figured out, finally, what was going on, I missed who it was. Gotta love a thriller that keeps me guessing until the reveal. More so when the writer manages to make me feel sorry for who it turned out to be and why. Yes, I'm tap dancing here in an effort to not reveal all the good, juicy bits. I was fascinated by the small piece about the various types of serial killers.
So much so that I immediately started a bit of internet research to learn more. I also love when we check in with others in Bishop's Unit. Aug 19, Bonnie rated it liked it. This book started out strong and I was turning pages, but pretty soon it became difficult to follow, with too many characters introduced.
I couldn't remember who was doing what and why. It could be partly me. I love Kay Hooper, but she kinda lost me on this one. My mind kept wandering while reading, wanting something to happen and her inept characters to learn something and move on. The first 2 in books in the Evil Trilogy were amazing and suspenseful. This one was kinda of confusing to follow. Jul 03, Jennifer rated it it was ok.
This one was Too much jargon.
Too much "textbook" terms, situations, research It bogged down the story - a lot. I couldn't get behind Isabel and Rafe. Maybe I could if they were more human than textbook. I just wasn't feeling it. However, I did like that she brought in Hollis Templeton.
That was a great wrap up. I liked that Jul 12, Hamster rated it did not like it Shelves: unfinished , heavy-on-the-expletives , mystery , the-first-few-pages-didnt-hook-me , murder-mystery , series , crime-thriller , graphic-violence , found-at-the-airport.
Found this at the airport and read the prologue. Posed some intriguing questions, but too violent to truly interest me. Also language. A solid book, not the best in the series, but a good read. I found there were too many characters, to keep track of, with all the reporters and cops, I started getting them confused and even forgetting the existed at some points, which was a little jarring while reading.
Not into the psychic thing.
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This book just stretched credulity too far for me. Others might enjoy it, but halfway through, I'd had enough. Not planning to read the other 2 in this series. Don't know yet if I'll try any other of Kay Hooper's books. Oct 12, Tameka rated it really liked it Shelves: This was not what I was expecting.
My only draw back is why couldn't Hollis hear whst Jamie was saying. Did it have anything to do with Isabel and Rafe's protection because it sure enough seemed like it. Sep 30, Colleen rated it liked it. Kept me guessing! Nov 05, Kathy rated it it was amazing. Enjoyable book, enjoyed character development and the killer sure was a surprise. On to the next one in the series. Excellent read. Loved the suspense.
Didn't see the ending coming. It's a must read. Excellent writing and suspense. Make this series your next read. I love these characters! Rafe and Isabel we're really interesting and Hollis is really fascinating. I can't wait to see what happens next. Jun 17, Barb rated it really liked it Shelves: mystery , a-fict , series , sci-fi. Fascinating and compelling.
Extremely difficult to put down. I love the possibility of the paranormal elements in this series. Spooky, intriguing, and filled with twists!
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Love it! Nov 13, Carol rated it really liked it. Kay Hooper one fine writer. Love the Bishop series. I have been reading every book I can find by Kay Hooper. Jul 10, Mickey Morgan rated it it was amazing. This was the first book I read by Kay Hooper. It made me fall in love. Jul 16, Melenia rated it really liked it. Great read.
May 26, Laurie D'ghent rated it really liked it. Exceptionally good, though reader's should be warned that it's a particularly dark subject matter. Stunner of an ending. Moderate swearing, innuendo. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Readers also enjoyed. The readers of Sleeping with Fear will learn about being a psychic and the benefits they can be to law enforcement. Also, readers of Sleeping with Fear will learn about Satanism and other occult rituals.
I recommend this book. View 2 comments. Jan 07, Donna rated it liked it Shelves: crime-mystery. This is my first Kay Hooper novel. Now usually that whole paranormal thing is not my thing.