Deadly Dance-Dee Davis

Deadly Dance

Dee Davis

Forever, Apr 1 2012, $7.99

ISBN 9780446582940

 

The Consortium plan to infiltrate A-Tac failed but left Jason Lawton dead.  Intelligence specialist Hannah Marshall mourns the death of her friend, but has a mission dedicated to her fallen comrade.  She poses as the inheritor of a valuable art collection including a Monet painting Le Jardin lost in WW II that she wants to sell to Alain DuBois tied to the Consortium in Montreal.  However, the ruse fails when DuBois is killed and she and her teammates including new member Harrison Blake are fortunate to escape with their lives as the Consortium blows up his estate.

 

Hannah returns to teaching at Sunderland College.  Her grad student assistant Tina Richards shows her a disturbing podcast she received in her phone depicting a man cutting up a woman.  Assuming its real, Hannah shows it to Harrison, the new head of the computer science department.  Almost immediately afterward, another agent Avery informs Harrison that history major Sara Lauter is missing.  They assume she is the victim of the gruesome torture murder that reminds Harrison of the homicide of his sister Eileen.  As Hannah and Harrison fall in love, they and other A-Tac personnel on campus, investigate while the predator targets the political science teacher as the next target.

 

The latest A-Tac black ops romantic suspense (see Desperate Deeds, Dangerous Desires, Dark Deceptions and Deep Disclosure), is a delightful Dee Davis thriller that brings the action mostly home with a fabulous serial killer case.  The fast-paced storyline grips the audience with the failed opening scenario followed by the excellent murder mystery as the D to the second power series continues to deal A’s.

 

Harriet Klausner

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