The murder of a local celebrity in a rural Tennessee field. It was the perfect hit, or so the killer thought. However, Kasey Riteman saw it all, hidden just a few feet away, frozen in fear. Despite being flat broke and hounded by a decade of bad choices, she is determined to bring justice to the the woman she saw murdered. To this end, Kasey devises a "foolproof" scheme to help the cops find the killer without becoming involved herself. What Kasey cannot know is that she has just sought help from the very men responsible for the woman's assassination.
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About the Author
Bestselling author, Michael Frase, was an advisor to the FBI, CIA, NSA, DOJ, Secret Service, US Marshal Service, and California Department of Justice. He was a featured guest on NBC's "The Today Show" and a regular guest on the nationally syndicated PBS show, "A Word on Words with John Seigenthaler."
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Fatal Gift based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Fatal Gift kept my attention from begining to end I couldn't put it down. I recommend this book to anyone that loves a good suspense novel. It was great
I think that this book is so good. It kept me intreged and never wanting to put it down. they did a really good job in writing this book, especially with the description. I could really picture the scences and what was happening, like a movie. I hope that they come out w/ a movie for this book if they haven't already. It would definately be a good book.
If you enjoy reading stories that include the police, TV reporters, SWAT teams, Government personnel, and the Mob, then you will enjoy this novel. Otherwise, stay far away! There were so many characters, most of them men, that I had a very hard time keeping track of who was who. The author continually switched between the first and last name of characters making it difficult to keep everyone straight. The story started out well. There was enough suspense to keep me reading, but after the murder occurred (with graphic descriptions, I might add) the story lagged. The novel continued with several ridiculous concepts--stunts to elude the police, violent murders to give further proof of how bad the 'bad guys' really were, and a character who was so macho that he could have sex even after he had broken four ribs! I got tired of the faceless characters lurking in dark corners and the 'psychic' visions. Three-fourths of the way into the novel, another character showed up out of nowhere. He dropped out of sight just as quickly. I don't feel he was needed or added anything to the story except more confusion. By the end of the novel I really didn't care who was responsible for the numerous murders. I kept flipping to the back of the book trying to find out how many more pages I had to read. When I finally arrived at the end, I was disappointed by the outcome. The whole story was just plain tiring. My last word on the novel¿Don't waste your time or money on this one!