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Good Morning, Killer (Ana Grey Series #2)

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Even better than North of Montana

    While working the same bank robbery dubbed ¿Mission Impossible¿, FBI special agent Ana Gray and Santa Monica Detective Andrew Berringer fell in love. Their relationship has endured past the case but it hits a rocky patch when they work another case together, one when Ana is the lead and Andrew¿s boss................... Fifteen-year-old Juliana Meyer-Murphy was abducted at a shopping mall and the kidnapper called her parents twice before he let her go. She was raped and tortured but is strong enough to give the police the description of her attacker. Using other evidence they accumulate, Ana is ready to make an arrest but the suspect gets away. Instead the police arrest Ana for attempted murder....................... She is off the case and out on bail, hoping that when she comes to trial the jury will believe her plea of self-defense. While on suspension, she keeps up with the kidnapping case from her sources within the department and ends up risking her life and her freedom to be the one to take Juliana¿s rapist down.................. GOOD MORNING, KILLER the sequel to NORTH OF MONTANA is an exciting police procedural that pushes the envelope between victim and perpetrator. April Smith has a smooth, lyrical style of writing and if a crime thriller can be labeled literary, this is the perfect example. The protagonist is someone who lives in a world of gray and it shows in her personal and professional life, which makes her a fascinating character, one the audience would like to understand better.................. Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted March 31, 2012

    Smooth as butter

    Mixed metaphore aside, the best word I can come up with for this suspense novel is "smooth". I rarely have read a book from cover to cover in a couple of days feeling like there weren't any parts that you have to "get through" to get to the good part. Lots of twists and turns, and a genuine mix of suspense, grittiness, and sensuality.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 30, 2012

    Recommended.

    This was the first book I read written by April Smith. Bought it after watching the TV movie. Definitely liked the book better.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 25, 2003

    I have a new favorite author!

    Couldn't put it down! Best book I've read in ages.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 24, 2003

    TOPNOTCH READING

    Those who saw the movies 'Chicago' or 'Birdcage' know that Christine Baranski is one terrific actress - versatile and appealing. Thus, it comes as no surprise that she gives one terrific reading of April Smith's follow-up to her highly popular thriller 'North Of Montana' (1994). Los Angeles based FBI agent Ana Grey returns - she's as tough and savvy as ever. Ambitious? Of course. Irreverent? Always. With a story taken from today's front pages a 15-year-old girl has vanished. She was last seen at a mall close to her Santa Monica home. What happened? Was she abducted or did she choose to disappear? Granted, the girl had problems and she was hanging out at the Third Street Promenade, a tourist and entertainment mecca. Local police are on the job, but if it's kidnaping that's a federal offense. Enter Ana Grey. It doesn't take Ana too long to discover that other girls may also be in peril. A psychopathic killer may be roaming the streets. Ana places herself in jeopardy in order to track this sadistic murderer. Chalk one more hit up for April Smith and Christine Baranski!

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