Crossfire (High Risk Series #2)

Crossfire (High Risk Series #2)

by JoAnn Ross
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Crossfire (High Risk Series #2) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 21 reviews.
HoosierAnnie More than 1 year ago
JoAnn has done it again. She really "gets" what makes these high speed guys tick and makes sure they have an equally strong woman to fall for. The combat sequences are both believeable and thrilling.
Diana2GA More than 1 year ago
The characters in this series are well developed and you want to read each book to keep up with them and their stories.
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In Somersett, South Carolina, the sniper needed one shot to assassinate Brigadier General John Jacob. Because of the high visibility of an Army field grade officer murdered in the States, the FBI claims terrorist act means their jurisdiction. FBI agent Caitlin Cavanaugh leads the task force that includes state and local law enforcement.----------------- The team quickly concludes they are dealing with a serial killer whose accuracy denotes military precision of a trained sniper. Former Navy SEAL Quinn McKade is added to the investigative team because of his former military experience as a sniper. The killer sends messages to local TV reporter Valentine Snow that insists the list of victims has just begun. As Cait and her team struggle with the motive that would link the killer¿s targets, she and Quinn are attracted to one another but first there is a deadly apparently military trained killer on the loose they have to catch.---------- The latest High Risk romantic suspense is a terrific serial killer police procedural with the tie to FREEFALL being a harrowing incident during the Afghan War. Cait is excellent as a woman who prefers to be in charge while Quinn is used to going solo and not taking field orders. They make a fine coupling, but the strength of this superb thriller is the deep look at the sufferer of post-traumatic stress disorder and those emotionally connected to the disturbed person.----------- Harriet Klausner