The Assassin (Badge of Honor Series #5)

The Assassin (Badge of Honor Series #5)

by W. E. B. Griffin
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Assassin (Badge of Honor Series #5) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 22 reviews.
Lucinda12 More than 1 year ago
Discovered WEB Griffin by accident and decided To order the first 5 books in the series. Just now I have ordered the last five books on the Badge of Honor series. Each books can stand on its own. Each is well-written with excellent character development and great action. It is about the Philadelphia Police Department, but this series entertains wonderfully. Readers are in for a wonderful treat. Coming from a retired high school English teacher, believe me, it may not be PD James or Elizabeth George, but WEB Griffin is among writers I believe are great.
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HURRY UP AND WRITE MORE!!!!
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I dont get ot. Its confusing. Honestly. I dont really like it sorry for the critism. And spelling. :)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
When Lily and Sophia took a step forward, there was a sudden shout. A wavy-black-haired girl with dark blue eyes raced toward them. Mia! The name of her friend immediately rushed to Sophia's mine. But, sadly, for Sophia, itwas not Mia. The girl had a black dragon tattoo - which Mia didn't have - was wearing a black long-sleeved shirt, blue jeans, black, gray, red, and white shoes, and black fingerless gloves. "Are you Mya?" Lily asked her. The girl stopped, looking confused. "It's MIA, not MYA, just a fact for you." Sophia muttered to Lily. Lily gave her a sharp look, letting her know that she was offended, and turned to the girl. "Are you Mia?" The girl, who was about 18 years old, shook her head. "No, ma'am. But I heard about the kidnap on the news today. I would like to help find this Mia-girl." She said, brushing back a strand of wispy hair out of her face with her gloved hand. Sophia spoke, before Lily could. "Yes, you may!" She said. "What's your name? I'm Sophia, and this is Officer Lily." The girl smiled kindly at both of them and said, "my name is Katrina." Lily smiled back. "Well, Katrina-" she gave "be silent" look to Sophia and continued. "Well, Katrina, we are spying on a kidnapper. We found him, but apparently he has sent the girl, supposedly Mia, to a mysterious partner." Katrina looked as if she was about to give them a clue, but suddenly she had a confused and puzzled look. "I might know, but I'm not sure." Sophia brightened. "This might give the kidnapper away when he's not expecting it!" Lily sniffed. "Katrina, Sophia, that's a good idea, but we must not rush! We must uncover the clues as we always do, not rush into the mystery!" Sophia leaned toward Katrina. "Miss Officer indeed!" She whispered. The two girls giggled. Lily gave them a stern look. "Hurry up!" She snapped. Katrina and Lily exchanged glances as Lily started toward an open window, which was right by the door.. "Coming?" Lily snatched a tiny peek over her shoulder. "We're watching you! Right behind!" Sophia lied, making her vioce sound loud, as if just behind the officer. Lily swung herself up through the window. Sophia nodded to Katrina, inviting her to go first. Katrina winked and climbed in behind Lily. When the two girls were out of sight, Sophia grappled with the moldy sill. She pushed herself up with her feet and she stood on the sill. She suddenly slipped on the grime, which was on the top layer of the mold, and she fell, head-first, into the wooden planks. Lily scowled and helped her up. Katrina was walking toward a huge, dark, steep, slimy, winding stone staircase, which was covered in mold and grimey moss. Lily and Sophia were by her side in an instant. "Let's go!" Katrina whispered. The three girls eagerly quickened their pace, until they were at the edge, looking down onto the staircase below. Lily and Sophi stared in horror. What is MIA was down there? All alone? Starved? Maybe, could it truely be, dead? Katrina wasn't scared, though. She grabbed Lily and Sophia's hand, pulling them down onto the first step. "Let's go!" The three girls continued their frightening, mysterious journey ahead.