Dead Tideby Jeannine Kadow
When Washington anchorwoman Lacie Wagner discovers the body of a female diver washed ashore in Nantucket, the most explosive investigation of her career swiftly turns into a nightmare. Because the secret killer has engaged Lacie in a chilling life-and-death game with his latest living captive...
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This book was soo great.. that i borrowed it from the library two months after reading it, again. Reading it one time just wasnt enough. Dead Tide isn't one of those 100 page lame books, its full of suspense all the way. It's first or second on my favorite book 'list'.
Normally I wouldn't bother reviewing a book online, but this book was SO fabulous I had to write this. I bought this book and it kinda sat around for a while until I got into the mode to read. Well, I started on Labor Day and read 250 page of the 370 pages of the book. If I didn't have to go to work the next day, I would have stayed up all night reading! I would recommend this to anyone who like mysterious and suspensful books!
At ten years of age, in a car fire deliberately set, Lacie Wagner burned her hands so badly that they were scarred and misshapen. Twenty-three years later, the man who set the car fire returned to Lacie¿s life, killing her daughter¿s father, kidnapping her daughter for six weeks, and almost killing her. Now, nine months later, Lacie is almost healed and ready to report to work as a TV anchor and reporter on Washington DC. Relaxing in her Nantucket home, Lacie gathers the strength to reenter the real world. While jogging along the beach, she comes across the dead body of a young woman. Tests prove the woman was murdered and while investigating the victim¿s life, Lacie discovers that the deceased was part of an unauthorized black ops group. This group is linked to Lacie¿s next door neighbor and lover Justin Vale, a man who has a special agenda planned for Lacie. Jeannie Kadow has written an exciting thriller showcasng a complex and driven protagonist who refuses to let her deformity handicap her in anyway. DEAD TIDE is a serial killer thriller that stars a villain that is ever more depraved than Hannibal Lechter. Ms. Kadow is on the level of a Patricia Cornwell and a Nancy Taylor Rosenberg in turning up the suspense in a believable manner. Harriet Klausner