See No Evil (Evil Series #2)

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A cunning killer hides in plain sight.

A troubled teenage girl has been charged with the grisly murder of her stepfather. The evidence is damning: Emily was found alone at the scene with blood on her hands, and an incriminating e-mail she wrote outlines a murder plot identical to the method of the brutal slaying. But deputy district attorney Julia Chandler believes her niece is innocent, and she’s determined to keep the promise she made to protect her dead brother’s ...

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Overview

A cunning killer hides in plain sight.

A troubled teenage girl has been charged with the grisly murder of her stepfather. The evidence is damning: Emily was found alone at the scene with blood on her hands, and an incriminating e-mail she wrote outlines a murder plot identical to the method of the brutal slaying. But deputy district attorney Julia Chandler believes her niece is innocent, and she’s determined to keep the promise she made to protect her dead brother’s daughter–even if it means hiring private eye Connor Kincaid . . . the man who blames her for forcing his resignation from the police department.

Together Julia and Connor uncover a chain of unsolved violent crimes tied to an unorthodox therapist whose anonymous online patients purge their anger by posting lethal fantasies. But someone in the group has turned vigilante, turning the game of virtual murder into a flesh-and-blood vendetta.

After evil is seen, face your ultimate fear.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780345495037
  • Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 2/27/2007
  • Series: Evil Series , #2
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 432
  • Sales rank: 272,312
  • Product dimensions: 4.16 (w) x 6.88 (h) x 1.13 (d)

Meet the Author

Allison Brennan is the author of The Prey, The Hunt, The Kill, Speak No Evil, and Fear No Evil. For thirteen years she worked as a consultant in the California State Legislature before leaving to devote herself fully to her family and writing. She is a member of Romance Writers of America, Mystery Writers of America, and International Thriller Writers. She lives in Northern California with her husband Dan, and their five children.

Visit the author’s website at www.allisonbrennan.com.

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One

How would you kill him?

I don’t know.

Think about it. He hurt you. He made you touch him. He humiliated you. You must want him to pay.

Yeah, but . . .

You would never really kill him. I know that. But you need to get over your anger, release the rage. The only way to be free of him is to picture him without any power over you. Visualize the one person you hate the most in the world dead. Can you?

Yes.

What does he look like?

He’s sitting at his desk.

And you walk in . . . what does he say to you?

“Come here. Kneel. Now.”

What do you do?

I go. I have no choice. They’ll send me away . . . I’ve lived on the streets. I’ve been to juvie. It’s worse than sucking his dick.

Picture yourself walking toward the desk. This time, you’re going to say no. This time, you’re going to pay him back for touching you. For making you touch him. How?

I want him to know exactly what it feels like.

And?

I want to cut his dick off and shove it down his throat. Let him suck on it.

Good. Very good. Picture him choking on his penis whenever you get angry or upset. That’s the first step to getting rid of the rage, the anger. To heal and become normal.

I’ll never be normal.

Emily Chandler Montgomery would never be normal.

She sat in her idling Volkswagen Bug and stared at the looming house in front of her. She didn’t even want to pull into the garage, as if it would swallow her and she’d never escape. She hated coming home.

Home. What a joke. She had no home. It had disappeared when her father died. All she had was a house of many rooms, none of which welcomed her, except for her tiny sanctuary upstairs.

But where else could she go? She’d run away, and that hadn’t worked. Living on the streets was impossible, especially for a pampered, spoiled rich kid like her.

At least that’s what her shrink had told her.

And in many ways—most ways—it was true. She didn’t want to live on the street and sell her body. Because out there these were her choices: whore or gutter rat. Emily liked her bedroom, her spa, the Olympic-size swimming pool where she could swim laps until her arms ached and her lungs gasped for air. The clothes, the food, the roof.

If only Victor was gone, she could live in the castle without fear. Why had her mother married Judge Victor Montgomery? He was a creep back when they were dating, and he was worse now. A fake. A hypocrite.

I hate you I hate you I hate you!

She pounded her fists on the steering wheel until her hands ached. The rage circulating in her blood made her ears hot, her sight dim. She wanted to break something, but the words of her shrink battled against the anger.

Take a deep breath. Again. Let it out slowly. Focus on your calm place. Picture a blank canvas. Now paint your oasis, the place you feel safe. Paint that in the canvas of your mind. Put yourself there, in the picture.

Emily released the car’s clutch and slowly drove into the garage. She pretended she floated in the middle of the sea, nothing around her. The ocean was calm, peaceful, the water a brilliant blue, the sky orange, red, violet in the setting sun.

Her oasis.

As Emily parked her car next to Victor’s Jaguar, her safe place disappeared. She held her keys in her hand and considered running them along the side of his precious sports car. But they’d know she did it and find a way to punish her. Make her spend another weekend in juvie. She could hear her mother’s cold, disapproving tone. “It’s for your own good, Emily. Your antics have embarrassed the family yet again.”

When you get angry, you let your enemies have control. Take a deep breath. Picture those who torment you getting what’s coming to them. Justice for you and everyone like you. Write about it. Talk about it. Get it out of your system. When you keep your feelings inside, anger wins. Your enemy wins.

Don’t let him win.

Emily took a deep breath, then another. Through the windows on the far side of the garage, the quality of light seemed to have changed. How long had she been sitting in her car? She looked at the time on the dashboard. Five-thirty? A full hour? That couldn’t be right.

She picked up her cell phone to check the time. Five-thirty.

This wasn’t the first time she’d worked on controlling the rage only to discover that she’d blanked out on the passage of time.

She grabbed her backpack and reluctantly left the safe haven of her Bug. It was Wednesday, which meant her mother would be home late. Wednesday, Wednesday . . . right, planning for her annual charity auction. This year it was puppies and kitties. Last year it was children. Every year a new cause, a cause that came first. A cause more important than her daughter.

The one year Emily thought her mother had actually cared was the year she raised money for runaway children. Spent time with her, but it was all for show. She had been the poster child. The tears and forgiveness were all an act. It was for the cameras and society page, and to help Judge Victor Montgomery win reelection.

Crystal Montgomery didn’t care about her daughter, and Emily had almost given up caring about that sad fact. But she couldn’t. She sometimes wondered if she’d ever really had a mom. Maybe the memories of them walking on the beach, playing with Barbies, making cookies was all a dream. Those good times seemed so far in the past that Emily wasn’t sure if she’d made up some of the details to get herself through the nights when her mother wasn’t home. To get through the days when Victor was.

Thirteen months and she would legally be able to walk out the door and live on her own. Her trust fund would be hers. She would no longer be dependent on her mother and Victor.

Thirteen months. She prayed she survived that long. It wasn’t that she was worried about Victor killing her. She feared her own hand.

She closed the large, overhead garage door with the remote and walked to the side door that led to a covered walk. Their house was huge, far bigger than the three of them needed, but Crystal and Victor entertained, and that meant they needed a big house with huge rooms to fill with people as phony as they.

It struck her as sad that when her dad had been alive the house hadn’t seemed as big and scary, even though she’d been smaller. And there’d only been the three of them then, too. But with her dad, everything was a game. They raced Matchbox cars down the long marble halls, played hide-and-seek in the maze of rooms, slid down the banister of the great center staircase.

The fun died with her dad.

Emily entered the house through the secondary entrance, the one Victor ordered the hired help to use. None of the outside doors used a key. That would be common. Emily typed in the security code on the keypad next to the door and the lock sprung. The atmo- sphere was cool, in both temperature and aesthetics. Her mother had the downstairs professionally redecorated every two years. Last year, she wanted the feeling of the ocean, everything in blues and greens. The sound system piped in canned ocean waves whenever her mother was home.

No music, no mother.

She waited for the intercom’s grating buzz, every cell in her body on alert. Victor was home, his Jaguar was in the garage. Of course he was home, it was Wednesday. Her mother was gone, the housekeeping staff had the night off, and Emily had to be home. Every day by six p.m. by order of the court.

Damn curfew. Damn the police. Damn the whole fucking system.

And damn her for being so stupid. Vandalizing the courthouse. What had she been thinking? Of course, she hadn’t been. Just like when she’d run away. All emotions, no plan. Emily couldn’t see anything beyond her anger. And she was paying for it now. Maybe she deserved it.

The intercom didn’t beep, her stepdad didn’t summon her to his office. She slipped off her sandals to tread soundlessly across the marble floors. Slowly, she walked down the long, wide hall to the center foyer, waiting for the telltale click of the intercom and Judge Montgomery’s deep and disgusting voice.

Emily, please come to my office.

Nothing. Silence.

Maybe he was on the phone. Maybe he hadn’t been watching the security system and was unaware she’d come home. Maybe he’d hung himself. She could only hope.

She started up the grand staircase, her heart racing. As Emily ascended, she began to run. Free. She was free. She’d lock herself in her room, because he didn’t dare come after her in there. It was always his office, his desk. His domain.

She closed and locked the door behind her, grinning. She leaped onto her bed and jumped up and down like a little kid. Then she went into her bathroom and started the water in her bathtub. Hot, with bubbles.

She wasn’t supposed to drink. In addition to being underage, it was a term of her plea bargain last year since she’d been intoxicated when she’d vandalized the courthouse. But she had a flask of dark rum hidden in her dresser, which she refilled periodically from Victor’s bar.

She had to have something to wash the foul taste of him out of her mouth and mind.

Now she drank in celebration. Locked in her room. Alone. At peace.

Downstairs, Victor Montgomery sat in his desk chair, dead, his bloody body horribly mutilated.

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  • Posted April 27, 2009

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    Awesome

    Brennan is among the best when it comes to murder! See No Evil hooked me from the first page. It was chilling and suspenseful....will keep you up late. The who done it part of the story will keep you guessing. The romance will have you wanting a cold shower.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 20, 2015

    Cypher shrugged. "Not much. Going to a friends house later.

    Cypher shrugged. "Not much. Going to a friends house later." ((XD))

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 20, 2015

    Cypher smiled. "So you're feeling better?"

    Cypher smiled. "So you're feeling better?"

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 20, 2015

    Cypher chuckled lightly. "Again, it's what I'm here for.&qu

    Cypher chuckled lightly. "Again, it's what I'm here for."

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 20, 2015

    Cypher chuckled, bringing his hands into his pockets. "I wo

    Cypher chuckled, bringing his hands into his pockets. "I wouldn't go that far. I'm just a friend."

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 20, 2015

    He smiled at her. "It's what I'm here for."

    He smiled at her. "It's what I'm here for."

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 20, 2015

    "I believe you, Rose. And you didn't stop her because you'r

    "I believe you, Rose. And you didn't stop her because you're nice, you didn't want her to think of you any differently. You can't change the past or what you did, you can only try to move on from the past and shape the future. If Rider doesn't want to continue a relationship with you then I'd say that he fu<_>cked up pretty bad too. Stop wishing you're someone you're not, Rose. You're a great person. We haven't talked a lot but I can already see that. I can also see that you really do want to continue with a relationship with Rider, and that you really do regret doing what you did."

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 20, 2015

    Rose

    "Ah. I went to a friends house earlier this week. She's currently at someone else's house, so, I'm staying in my room. Again." e.e

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 20, 2015

    "Well then. Someone tried to ra<_>pe you? I'll hurt h

    &quot;Well then. Someone tried to ra&lt;_&gt;pe you? I'll hurt him. What did you tell people?&quot;

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 20, 2015

    Hey. So what did you want to talk about?

    Hey. So what did you want to talk about?

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  • Posted November 1, 2013

    Excellent Series

    I am new to this author and enjoy her writing very much. I read all three in the "No Evil Trilogy" and would highly recommend them. Allison Brennan has become one of my favorite authors with her stories about serial killers.

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  • Posted August 18, 2013

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    Overall Rating: 5.0 // Action: 4.0 / Emotion: 4.0 / Romance: 4.0

    Overall Rating: 5.0 // Action: 4.0 / Emotion: 4.0 / Romance: 4.0 / Sensuous: 3.5 / Suspense: 5.0 // Laughter: 2 / Grins: 3 // Tears: 1 / Teary: 2
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    Allison Brennan: 5.00:
    A favorite author.  Like her writing style, her voice, the way she weaves romance into her gripping suspense stories.
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    See No Evil: 5.00:
    Four sentences in this book struck a very personal chord, thus it became a very engrossing, moving, heart-felt story.
    . . . . &quot;I should have fought harder for custody.  But I'm just her aunt.  I know the law.  It was stacked against me.&quot;  (Julia, page 59)
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    Hero: 4.0:
    Connor Kincaid: It was impossible not to feel drawn to this rule-breaking, hot-blooded, hunk of a man who was described as &quot;a pit bull when he cared about something.&quot;  By the end of the book, Connor had resolved the issues tied to his bitterness that overwhelmed him because he had to resign from a job he loved (San Diego Police Department) when he was forced to testify against his brothers in blue.
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    Heroine: 4.5:
    Julia Chandler: A gorgeous deputy district attorney with a take-no-prisoners reputation, who fought for what she believed in.  It was impossible not to admire a heroine who would not back down -- to anyone.  But . . . she was willing to break the law to save her niece.
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    Story Line: 4.5:
    A uniquely fascinating tale about a villain with a God complex, who manipulated four emotionally wounded teens to kill so he could wreck vengeance without getting his own hands bloody.  When Julia's niece, Emily, was suspected of killing her abusive stepfather, Judge Victor Montgomery, she called Connor, a private investigator, to prove Emily's innocence -- even though she was instrumental in the destruction of his career five years ago.
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    Action: 4.0:
    The story line moved at a fast pace as the villain moved the teens around his chess board and Julia, Connor, Dillon, and Will investigated the deaths that were the result of an e-group called Wishlist.
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    Emotion: 4.0:
    Although not as intense as expected because of the way Brennan drew me into this story, it was impossible not to feel sympathy and compassion for so many of the characters; namely, {1} Connor, {2} Julia, {3} Emily, and, surprisingly, {4} Faye.
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    Romance: 4.0:
    There was a stronger feeling of romance in this book than in Brennan's previous four.  Brennan had a kiss that Connor and Julia shared five years before with which to work.  The fireworks between Connor and Julia bespoke of strong feelings that could not be suppressed.
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    Sensuous: 3.5:
    Lots of sizzle, heat, and sensuality were present when Connor and Julia made love.
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    Suspense: 5.0:
    Brennan is a master when it comes to developing a story that keeps readers on the edge of their seats as they try to figure out who the villain might be -- right along with the main characters.
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    Secondary Characters:  5.0:
    The secondary characters ranged from rich, well-developed characters to barely-there members, but they added great depth to this story.  Liked the continued inclusion of the Kincaid family by including: {1} Dillon Kincaid (the psychiatrist), {2} Patrick Kincaid (the e-crimes guru), {3} homicide detective Will Hooper (an honorary Kincaid), and {4} District Attorney Andrew Stanton (the ex-brother-in-law).  The villains all added to the rich suspenseful flavor necessary for this story: {1} the number one villain (even though he remained unidentified), {2} the co-villain (who also remained unidentified), {3} Faye Kessler, the most heart-breaking teen villain, {4} Camilla &quot;Cami&quot; Wohler, the most cold-blooded teen villain, {5} Dennis &quot;Skip&quot; Richardson, Jr., a minor teen villain, and {6} Robert &quot;Robbie&quot; Haxton, the other minor teen villain.  Julia's relatives were necessary additions: {1} Emily Chandler Montgomery, her niece, and {2} Crystal Montgomery, Emily's mother (the gold-digger).  And, last, but definitely not least were two intriguing additions: {1} Selene Borge and {2} Billy Thompson.
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    See Wolf Bear Does Books for a more in-depth, detailed review of *See No Evil*.
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  • Posted March 27, 2012

    Finally a man has been the target of insane people. He didn't s

    Finally a man has been the target of insane people. He didn't suffer as long as the women in Ms. Brennan's other books nor was he tortured for any lenght of time. But a man was the victim although after reading the book some people will think he derserved his fate. Hopefully there will be more male victims in future books. Book is a keeper! Bunny

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 15, 2012

    Awesome

    Couldnt put it down

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  • Posted December 29, 2011

    Can't get enough!

    Once again Allison Brennan never fails!

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    A terrific romantic mystery

    In San Diego Emily Chandler Montgomery hates her creep of a stepfather, Judge Victor Montgomery. The teen knows he is a hypocrite espousing family values except at home and her mother is only interested in her image as an icon on the charity circuit. The only blood member who cares about Emily is her paternal Aunt Julia Chandler, a Deputy DA.-------------- When someone murders Victor in their home by cutting off his penis and shoving it down his throat, Police Detective Will Hooper assumes Emily with some friends killed her stepfather and then tried suicide. Julia hires defense lawyer Iris Jones whom she has opposed in court and asks former cop turned private investigator Connor Kincaid to help her prove her niece¿s innocence. Connor prefers to say no to the woman who got him kicked off the force, but as he did once before for Emily he agrees to help.------------------ SEE NO EVIL, the sequel to the first Kincaid tale SPEAK NO EVIL (with HEAR NO EVIL coming next month) is a terrific romantic mystery. The prime legal-private investigative story line is fast-paced and filled with action on several levels this subplot brings out the key cast from the niece to her aunt to the investigator as well as the lawyer and mom so that the audience appreciates the functional and dysfunctional interrelationships. Though the romance between Julia and Connor is deftly handled to enhance the tale, it still intrudes on a great legal-private investigative thriller.-------------- Harriet Klausner

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