Death Echo (St. Kilda Series #4)

Death Echo (St. Kilda Series #4)

by Elizabeth Lowell
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Death Echo 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 116 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
She left her field CIA work for what she assumed would be a much safer position. Thus former agent Emma Cross now works at St. Kilda Consulting in what has to be an easier job than being caught in the crossfire of tribal combat as she previously was. St. Kilda looks into a simple incident of a vanished yacht the Black Swan that probably was stolen. The mission is to get on board the Black Swan's identical twin Blackbird as the insurance company thinks the second vessel is actually the missing ship. Emma and former special op officer Mackenzie Durand are in charge of the assignment. He trusts no one as he believes the CIA betrayed his team on a dangerous mission five years ago in which he was the only survivor. In spite of his attraction to his partner, he prefers going alone as no one has his back. Still as he takes control of the Blackbird, Emma must overcome her instincts of also distrusting everyone if she is to learn what is going on; neither expected to fall in love or be back in the CIA's deadly outreach. Death Echo is an action-packed romantic suspense espionage thriller that remains at an incredibly high speed yet enables the audience to understand what motivates the powerful distrust in the two lead characters. That pairing of two classic misanthropic skeptics whose similar pasts come back full throttle makes for a taut St. Kilda thriller (see Blue Smoke and Murder, and The Wrong Hostage). Harriet Klausner
KenCady More than 1 year ago
For all of the effort that went into this novel, there isn't much left in your hands at the end. A red herring takes up most of the novel, and in between there is some of the lamest sexual dialogue ever written. Definitely a beach read at best.
bridget3420 More than 1 year ago
Emma used to work with the CIA but she recently accepted a job at St. Kilda, a consulting firm. While looking into the disappearance of a yacht, Blackbird, that is going to be used in an attack against American's. She teams up with Mac, who used to be a special ops soldier. Little do they know, they are being watched by someone who wants Blackbird so bad, he is willing to go after it at any cost. This man, Taras, is about to make Emma and Mac remember what it's like to be targeted by someone with an endless amount of resources. Will they recover Blackbird and stay alive or will a piece of America feel the wrath? This wasn't one of my favorite books but it is entertaining. I liked the plot and the writing, I just couldn't seem to connect with the characters.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have read all the St. Kildas books the best one is her first one Wrong Hostage. It seems to me that she did not put much in the other three books following the first one. Very disappointing if there is a fifth book I may not read it.
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Madriver More than 1 year ago
I had read some nice reviews of Elizabeth Lowell's books, and expected a lot more when I picked this one up. The plot was confusing, and there was far too much time spent describing the waters northwest of Seattle and boat handling. The dialog was odd, and it seemed that the author was trying to put a romance inside of a thriller, and not doing either thing well. I'll give her another try - maybe one of her earlier books since reviews of this one indicate that she has some loyal, albeit disappointed, readers - but there are a lot of books I want to read and I won't waste my time finishing another one like this.
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