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Fire Storm

Kaely Quinn Profiler, Book 2
Written by: Nancy Mehl
Narrated by: Traci Odom
Length: 7 hrs and 58 mins

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When FBI profiler Kaely Quinn's mother is diagnosed with cancer, Kaely takes time off work to go to Dark Water, Nebraska, to help her brother care for their mother. Upon her arrival, she learns of a series of fires in the small town, attributed by the fire chief to misuse of space heaters in the frigid winter. But Kaely is skeptical, and a search for a pattern in the locations of the fires bolsters her suspicions.

After yet another blaze devastates a local family, Kaely is certain a serial arsonist is on the loose. Calling upon her partner from St. Louis, Noah Hunter, and her brother's firefighter neighbor who backs Kaely's suspicions, Kaely and her team begin an investigation that swiftly leads them down a twisted path. When the truth is finally revealed, Kaely finds herself confronting a madman who is determined his last heinous act will be her death.

©2019 Nancy Mehl (P)2019 Tantor

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  • 19-01-20

The best narrator and compelling story

Excellent book with a great narrator and perfect use of plot and twists. stayed up late to finish it...
oh....but that cliffhangar!!!

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  • Meg
  • 23-10-19

Fantastic

I can't wait for the next in the series!

What I loved:
-I love the perspecitve of an FBI profiler. I find it so interesting. Nancy Mehl did a great job researching.
-I love the depth to our character. I admire her and feel sorry for her at the same time.
-I like that I never know who it is, Nancy keeps us on our toes.
-I like that it's clean. This is a Christian series. I like that with this series, the use of God is very well done. I don't find it over the top. It explains how she copes with her horrible past. I draw strength from her faith instead of find it grating, as I can with some other more evangelical Christian books. I think if you are a believer, it won't bother you.

I can't think of any reason to not love this series. Buy it!

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  • Jeannie
  • 21-10-19

3 or 4 star story.

The author can stop with the overstating of Kaely's good qualities. A little too sappy. But overall a good story.