What She Can't See

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A Killer Without Mercy
The victims are all young and beautiful-the best and brightest. That's why they have to die. That's why they have to be added to a twisted killer's private collection until perfection can be reached. But perfection is so hard to attain...

A Game Without Rules
FBI Agent M.K. Shaughnessy's gut tells her that the recent deaths at Chesapeake Bay College are far from accidents. She suspects ...

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Overview

A Killer Without Mercy
The victims are all young and beautiful-the best and brightest. That's why they have to die. That's why they have to be added to a twisted killer's private collection until perfection can be reached. But perfection is so hard to attain...

A Game Without Rules
FBI Agent M.K. Shaughnessy's gut tells her that the recent deaths at Chesapeake Bay College are far from accidents. She suspects they're the work of a serial slayer whose grisly work has only just begun. But a mere hunch won't be enough to convince her stubborn new partner, veteran agent Adam Thomas. What they need is solid evidence-the kind that will only turn up with the next dead body.

A Nightmare Without End
Now, as M.K. immerses herself in the murders, matching wits with a cold-blooded psychopath, she senses there's something familiar about the pattern, some crucial connection she's overlooked because she's just too close to see it. And that may cost her. For the killer's gruesomely macabre project is growing more shocking by the day, and the collection requires a finishing touch...a trophy more precious than anything that has come before...

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  • ISBN-13: 9780821774014
  • Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corporation
  • Publication date: 5/28/2005
  • Series: Zebra Romantic Suspense Series
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 384
  • Product dimensions: 4.36 (w) x 7.98 (h) x 1.04 (d)

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  • Posted November 19, 2008

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    Jennifer Wardrip - Personal Read

    FBI Special Agents M.K. Shaughnessy and Adam Thomas are no strangers to death and destruction. They might be relatively new to the office, and even a little reluctant to partner up, but they know that when a Senator's son is killed in a car accident, they're going to need to work hard to determine that it was an accident. After a talk with the Medical Examiner and the Chief of Police in the county where the accident took place, both Special Agents are convinced that the tragic loss of life of the Senator's son and three of his college friends was simply an unfortunate accident. <BR/><BR/>Some people, however, are convinced that the tragic accident could have been avoided. One of those people is Liza Jane, Special Agent Thomas's daughter, who happens to attend the same college as the dead students-and also writes for the school newspaper. Now reprimanded by their boss for allowing his daughter to stir up Senator Palmer all over again, M.K. gets the distinct feeling that Liza Jane might be on to something. Other deaths, other so-called accidents, have occurred recently, all with the same mystifying circumstances as the college student's deaths. <BR/><BR/>Now there seems to be a serial killer targeting young men and women, and M.K. and Adam are drawn into the tangled web of a killer. With no real clues where to begin their hunt for a deranged killer intent on destroying the city's youth, they end up closer and closer to danger. With Liza Jane and M.K. dragging an uncertain Adam into the investigation, the two ladies don't realize that they're being led deeper and deeper into the twisted minds of a killer unlike any they've ever faced before. <BR/><BR/>WHAT SHE CAN'T SEE is a haunting yet engaging thriller that pits two FBI Special Agents and a young woman against the twisted mind of a killer who is having trouble separating reality from fiction. Hunter Morgan has once again written a police procedural novel with underlying hints of a romantic suspense plot, and come up with a winner. <BR/><BR/>I have to say that the ending was complete surprise. You'll never guess who the killer is, and in a book of this type, that's always a sure bet that you need to keep on reading.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 23, 2007

    Originally Posted on Romance Junkies

    FBI Special Agents M.K. Shaughnessy and Adam Thomas are no strangers to death and destruction. They might be relatively new to the office, and even a little reluctant to partner up, but they know that when a Senator's son is killed in a car accident, they're going to need to work hard to determine that it was an accident. After a talk with the Medical Examiner and the Chief of Police in the county where the accident took place, both Special Agents are convinced that the tragic loss of life of the Senator's son and three of his college friends was simply an unfortunate accident. Some people, however, are convinced that the tragic accident could have been avoided. One of those people is Liza Jane, Special Agent Thomas's daughter, who happens to attend the same college as the dead students-and also writes for the school newspaper. Now reprimanded by their boss for allowing his daughter to stir up Senator Palmer all over again, M.K. gets the distinct feeling that Liza Jane might be on to something. Other deaths, other so-called accidents, have occurred recently, all with the same mystifying circumstances as the college student's deaths. Now there seems to be a serial killer targeting young men and women, and M.K. and Adam are drawn into the tangled web of a killer. With no real clues where to begin their hunt for a deranged killer intent on destroying the city's youth, they end up closer and closer to danger. With Liza Jane and M.K. dragging an uncertain Adam into the investigation, the two ladies don't realize that they're being led deeper and deeper into the twisted minds of a killer unlike any they've ever faced before. WHAT SHE CAN'T SEE is a haunting yet engaging thriller that pits two FBI Special Agents and a young woman against the twisted mind of a killer who is having trouble separating reality from fiction. Hunter Morgan has once again written a police procedural novel with underlying hints of a romantic suspense plot, and come up with a winner. I have to say that the ending was complete surprise. You'll never guess who the killer is, and in a book of this type, that's always a sure bet that you need to keep on reading.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 25, 2005

    'What She Can't See' is a solid suspense read.

    Hunter Morgan has done it again with her tightly written 'What She Can't See.' I defy any reader to identify the killer until the last few pages. Each time I read a suspense by Morgan, I decide that that is my favorite. Her plots are original and her characters come alive. This novel is no different. I read the book in a single night, but I did check the doors and windows before I turned out the lights. This is one suspense avid readers don't want to miss.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 5, 2005

    Courtesy of Romance Junkies

    FBI Special Agents M.K. Shaughnessy and Adam Thomas are no strangers to death and destruction. They might be relatively new to the office, and even a little reluctant to partner up, but they know that when a Senator¿s son is killed in a car accident, they¿re going to need to work hard to determine that it was an accident. After a talk with the Medical Examiner and the Chief of Police in the county where the accident took place, both Special Agents are convinced that the tragic loss of life of the Senator¿s son and three of his college friends was simply an unfortunate accident. Some people, however, are convinced that the tragic accident could have been avoided. One of those people is Liza Jane, Special Agent Thomas¿s daughter, who happens to attend the same college as the dead students¿and also writes for the school newspaper. Now reprimanded by their boss for allowing his daughter to stir up Senator Palmer all over again, M.K. gets the distinct feeling that Liza Jane might be on to something. Other deaths, other so-called accidents, have occurred recently, all with the same mystifying circumstances as the college student¿s deaths. Now there seems to be a serial killer targeting young men and women, and M.K. and Adam are drawn into the tangled web of a killer. With no real clues where to begin their hunt for a deranged killer intent on destroying the city¿s youth, they end up closer and closer to danger. With Liza Jane and M.K. dragging an uncertain Adam into the investigation, the two ladies don¿t realize that they¿re being led deeper and deeper into the twisted minds of a killer unlike any they¿ve ever faced before. WHAT SHE CAN¿T SEE is a haunting yet engaging thriller that pits two FBI Special Agents and a young woman against the twisted mind of a killer who is having trouble separating reality from fiction. Hunter Morgan has once again written a police procedural novel with underlying hints of a romantic suspense plot, and come up with a winner. I have to say that the ending was complete surprise. You¿ll never guess who the killer is, and in a book of this type, that¿s always a sure bet that you need to keep on reading.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    For fans of romantic police procedurals

    The four college students are nasty to the workers in the China Garden restaurant calling the waiter a faggot among other abominable behavior. After leaving, Drew Palmer, son of a senator, drives too fast and they crash. Gas is all over the place with the students trapped inside the vehicle when a Good Samaritan stops to help. The newcomer takes and ignites Drew¿s lighter before tossing it inside the Jeep.................... The police assume that a tragic vehicular accident occurred as there is no contrary evidence. Still since a senator¿s son was involved, the FBI takes a close look at the incident. Agents Adam Thomas and M.K. Shaughnessy conclude no foul play happened. A second similar death of a Chesapeake Bay student occurs. While M.K. wonders if a serial killer is on the loose, Adam thinks the college crowd is just being stupid. His daughter Liza Jane is writing an editorial for the college newspaper agreeing with M.K. Pushed by the two women in his life, his daughter and his partner, Adam reluctantly agrees to dig deeper not realizing that if he ignores his instincts these two females he cherishes could be the next victims.................... Fans of romantic police procedurals will take immense pleasure in the exciting action-paced WHAT SHE CAN¿T SEE. The story line is fast-paced but insures the heroic trio is full figured characters while providing glimpses of the culprit. Though the final explanation of motive seems like a tidying of the investigation, fans will welcome Hunter Morgan¿s fine thriller and want more ¿She ¿¿ tales like this one and SHE¿LL NEVER TELL from this fine author................. Harriet Klausner

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