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Killer Focus This is the second book in the series, which focuses on Nazi war criminals and their cadre of child prodigies and a hurried escape from the fall of the Third Reich.This story starts, as did the first, with a scene which makes little sense at first, as it brings a woman looking for something hidden She finds it, and loses it, and the rest of the story focuses on the search.It was a good historical novel delving into an area often neglected, the genetics programs of the 30s and 40sHowever, I This is the second book in the series, which focuses on Nazi war criminals and their cadre of child prodigies and a hurried escape from the fall of the Third Reich.This story starts, as did the first, with a scene which makes little sense at first, as it brings a woman looking for something hidden She finds it, and loses it, and the rest of the story focuses on the search.It was a good historical novel delving into an area often neglected, the genetics programs of the 30s and 40sHowever, I have trouble with the character interaction The men seem stilted, the women unreal, the old people helpless And their is a weird physic event It took me a while to finish this because of the lack of character development Overall good but not great Suspense Fiona Brand is another author I followed from her stint in category romance intomainstream fiction Her writing is strongly reminiscent of Linda Howard in every way from characters to plot, style and even favorite adjectives.I had the same problem with this book that I had with Howard s last interesting characters but I couldn t have cared less about the plot. Recommended by several people as someone who writes like Linda Howardumm, hardly Somewhat close but no cigarsomething lacking between the h hdecent lovescenesthe storyline at least in this one was hard to followI started in the middle of the book just to get a gauge of the h h interaction, skimmed through the rest of itam going to read another one of hers and see how it is.Okay, I m revising my earlier reviewI read it from the beginning this time, really got into the histor Recommended by several people as someone who writes like Linda Howardumm, hardly Somewhat close but no cigarsomething lacking between the h hdecent lovescenesthe storyline at least in this one was hard to followI started in the middle of the book just to get a gauge of the h h interaction, skimmed through the rest of itam going to read another one of hers and see how it is.Okay, I m revising my earlier reviewI read it from the beginning this time, really got into the history part and loved the Sara Cavanaugh story from WWII, so bittersweet.still could ve used a bitoomph communication between Sara Bayard but all in all it was pretty good Taylor Jones is in deep trouble, somehow her cover is blown and theres an assassin hunting her, she should be safe under the witness protection program but it s not working so she goes about trying to find out who is watching her, why and what is it that they want from her.I found it a compelling read, there were some plot holes but overall it was quite readable and it kept me reading until quite late. A thriller from a woman s perspective Very engaging storyline unfolding at a brisk tempo Certain passages strain the effort to suspend disbelief, but the book is happily neither formulaic nor predictable. Finished this one on the plane yesterday It has a good storyline, fairly intricate, and the main character is a good one, but it fails to tie the characters togetherit falls flat when the heroine starts to interact with others Okay, but not great. WHEN THE LINE BETWEEN CRIME AND JUSTICE BLURS Her trust in her protectors shattered, Taylor Jones strikes out on her own to find out why someone powerful enough to circumvent the Witness Security Program wants her deadShe was almost enjoying her quiet new life with a nice, normal guy courtesy of a new identity in WitSec Then her next door neighbor turned up dead, a stray bullet barely missed her, and the former FBI agent knew she was right in the crosshairsShe discovers a chilling connection between the South American cocaine trade, terrorism and, amazingly, a secretive cabal that began with the fall of Nazi Germany and whose influence reaches all the way to the White HouseBut even frightening, she suspects her nice, normal guy may be at the center of it all I enjoyed the second installment of Fiona Brands trilogy very much, can t wait for Blind Instinct A great thriller suspense surrounding people in WitSec and their quest to save themselves and track down the Columbian cartel and Nazi cabal behind all of their troubles. I was not crazy about her new books, I liked the Harlequin romances better.


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About the Author: Fiona Brand

Fiona Brand has always wanted to write After working eight years for the New Zealand Forest Service as a clerk, she decided she could spend at least that much time trying to get a novel published Luckily it took five years, not eight, before Fiona wrote her first award winning novel.She has won the Australian Romantic Book of the Year award category section twice, one of her novels was listed by Romantic Times as one of their all time top two hundred favorite romance books and she has been featured in Next and She magazines Fiona lives in a subtropical South Seas paradise called the Bay of Islands with her two sons.


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