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He states they have messed up his investigations before and he would rather work alone. Despite this fact, Lucy grows on him, and it is interesting to read and their working relationship and seeing him begin to warm up to her and the idea of working with her, even though she is an FBI agent. This case is more than just a murder investigation. It is not as cookie-cutter and straight forward as that, as there are forces more dark and sinister at work here. What that is exactly, Lucy is determined to find out.
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Jun 16, Marti rated it really liked it Shelves: aa-books , family-drama , mysteries-surprise-endings , oh-my-god-endings , part-of-a-series , pop-fiction , thriller , time-limit-library. Allison Brennan writes a wonderful series of books about Lucy Kincaid. She is intrepid, determined, intelligent and dogged in her ability to find the truth and solve crimes.
I am late in finding these books, but I am loving the ones I have found to date. The newest one is Nothing to Hide, the fourteenth book in the series. This book can be read as a stand alone. Lucy Kincaid is married, has a stepson, and is an agent for the FBI. Life for her is busy, but when she gets a new case where three men Allison Brennan writes a wonderful series of books about Lucy Kincaid. Life for her is busy, but when she gets a new case where three men were killed and it is looking like a serial killer is on the loose, she devotes herself to the case.
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She is assisting the local detective, Jerry Walker of San Antonio with the case. Each man was treated the same way with mutlization, taser burns and eventual death. Lucy and Jerry walk through the case step by step following the clues one by one until they think they have figured out the real killer.
I enjoyed the book. I liked how Lucy and Jerry step by step followed the procedure and still managed to find some previously hidden information. I will continue to look for and read more books by Allison Brennan in this series. Nothing to Hide by Allison Brennan was a good read. Jun 08, Nikki H. Rose rated it really liked it. When a third body turns up beaten, tasered, and shot, it's up to Lucy to work her psychological magic to find the killer — but Jerry won't have it; he hates psychology and doesn't believe in the mumbo-jumbo. But through good police work, and their killer gut-instincts, Lucy manages to persuade Jerry to listen to her as they get closer to the truth.
Yet, even the truth might not be enough to convict this killer. At the same time, Sean is dealing with his son, Jesse, who lost his mother and the only life he had known only months prior. While he seems to be adapting well, Jesse is also lying to Sean, and Sean doesn't know what to do about it. He's never had to be the disciplinarian — and he's terrified of being his brother Duke, who had done nothing but discipline Sean from a young age after their parents died in a plane crash.
Jesse is spending more and more time over at St. Through an unfortunate turn of events, Jesse comes clean and admits that two of the boys, Michael and Brian, were in trouble because Brian's brother was out of jail and had rejoined the gang that had had a hand in torturing the young boys in Mexico. Yet again, it's up to Sean, Kane, Nate, and Brad to keep these boys safe — often at the chance of risking their own lives.
May 03, Diane Hernandez rated it really liked it Shelves: netgalley. Unfortunately, Jerry has a distrust of FBI psychological profiles due to an earlier case. The victims seem to have nothing in common besides being male, under 40 and married. The murder method is identical. Each victim stops while driving home at night, is tased, beaten including crushed hands, and finally shot in the head.
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The entire crime takes less than five minutes. To resolve this issue, Lucy and her husband Sean must improve their communication and parenting skills. I love police procedurals. I enjoyed the interactions between skeptical Jerry and thinker Lucy while they were investigating the serial killer case.
However, my interest was not held by the family drama portion of the book. This issue was probably caused by my lack of reading any earlier entry in this now fifteen book series. For series readers, Nothing to Hide probably will rate 4. For others, who like me are jumping in here, this book rates 3. The writing style is fluid.
The characters are well-written. Overall, the book rates 4 stars. Thanks to Minotaur Books and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review. Allison Brennan writes real characters who struggle. Lucy Kincaid has a horrible past. I was very excited when Lucy was given her own series. Each book and novella have added to Lucy's complicated story.
I admire her resilience and her courage. I also love her husband Sean Rogan. He "got" Lucy from the first time they met. Sean is also very complicated with a difficult background but so full of love and now guilt Allison Brennan writes real characters who struggle. Sean is also very complicated with a difficult background but so full of love and now guilt. This story has Lucy called in to assist on a case with the sheriff's office. He holds them responsible for messing up a case he worked on ten years ago.
He and Lucy each try to work with the other and recognize the other's strengths but there is plenty of tension and disagreement between them. The case involves a potential serial killer who is killing married men. However, there seem to be no other intersections in their lives. The case was difficult and did not follow normal "serial killer" patterns.
I enjoyed the case, the resolution and the positive relationship Jerry and Lucy were able to build. While this is going on, Sean, who feels guilty over the death of his son, Jesse's mother, have some issues. I found these to be very relatable. I also struggle when Sean doubts himself. The resolution was realistic in terms of the story line. I can't wait for the next one. May 15, Patti Lucas rated it it was amazing. I have loved every Lucy Kincaid book. They get better and better. Three married men are brutally murdered late at night near their cars. The local sheriff's office asks the FBI for assistance with the case and Lucy get assigned.
Jerry Walker is her partner and he does not have a lot of love for the FBI, which makes this difficult for Lucy. There is not evidence left behind at the crime scenes. Lucy reviews the evidence and still has I have loved every Lucy Kincaid book. Lucy reviews the evidence and still has no clue as to who is behind the killings. Lucy and Jerry work well together, but are not closer to solving the murders. There is always a story within the story. This one involves Jesse, Brian, and Michael and Brian's brother.
Family is so important to Brian, and he just wants his brother back in his life, but at what cost. The crisis is resolved with the help of Sean, Kane, Brad and Nate. There is another late night murder of an older man, Victor King. All the victims have a connection to Victor's son, Garrett. Is Garrett being set up? Lucy and Jerry keep investigating and the pieces start to fall into place, but it is still circumstantial evidence. They need the murder weapon or the murderer will get away. Never would have guessed the character as the murderer.
It was a great book with amazing characters. I love Lucy she is such a strong woman and I love her relationship with Sean and how that relationship ground her. Great book. Jul 08, Ileana Renfroe rated it it was amazing. Wow, what a great book!!! Nothing to Hide is about Lucy Kincaid investigating the murder of an executive chef.
However, Detective Jerry Walker does not like the idea of the FBI coming in and taking away from all of the work he has done by pushing him out of the way. Overall, the story is a page turner filled with suspense and edge of your seat reading. This suspenseful novel will leaving you wanting more. May 01, Lynn rated it it was amazing. Three murders have taken place which looks like there is a serial killer on the loose in San Antonio. Lucy and Jerry work endless hours following leads which keep leading to dead ends.
Just when they think they have found the killer…. They all have to learn to trust each other to be able to save this young boys life. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I have read a few of the previous books so I was familiar with the characters, yet was not caught up with the story. Allison Brennan has a way of catching you up and yet writing this as a stand-alone book by giving you enough background information on the characters.
This book has it all, mystery, intrigue and family relationships. Thank you to St. Martins Press and NetGalley for an advanced copy of the book to review. Just look at my goodreads shelf. In a nutshell, even before the Lucy Kincaid series, there were several smaller series and some standalones that introduced us to the Kincaid family - a bunch of siblings with various careers in law enforcement and other continuing characters.
Lucy was a teenager then. After a personal horror, she became an FBI agent and got her own series. This novel has Lucy working with a deputy sheriff who has bad history working with the FBI. This books shows the painstaking work of police procedure and investigation. And I love when previous characters come back in each book. As always, the plot is smart and thoroughly researched by the author. Suspenseful and emotional. Every book by this author is a winner. Apr 30, Sharon Grow rated it it was amazing. Lucy and Sheriff Deputy Investigator Jerry Walker are investigating two bodies that have been killed in the same unusual manner.
Then a third body is killed the same way. The men all led normal lives, married, children with no obvious motive for their murders. Jerry is not happy that Lucy has been assigned to work with him, not because she is female, but because she Lucy Kincaid never disappoints and neither does Allison Brennan with a wonderful new addition to the FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid series. Jerry is not happy that Lucy has been assigned to work with him, not because she is female, but because she is FBI.
As they continue to question the families of the victims, there is no obvious connection between the men. Do they have a stone-cold psychopath killing just for the pleasure of getting away with murder? Brennan is a master at suspense and weaves a complicated and thoroughly entertaining mystery. I received an advance review copy at no cost and without obligation for an honest review.
Apr 30, Danielle Urban rated it really liked it. Nothing to Hide by Allison Brennan is mysterious thriller.
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One that led to four murders. But with each killing there is never any solid evidence that led the police officer nor his FBI partner to finding the killer. There's only circumstantial evidence that kept on building up. Plus, there's a witness. But even that might be let out of the courtroom due to the age of the witness. So much was riding on the evidence Time isn't on their hands. A killer is just about t Nothing to Hide by Allison Brennan is mysterious thriller. A killer is just about to get away with it all. Allison Brennan had me on the edge of my seat. I kept waiting for the big moment.
But the story just kept building into this tense break it or make it moment. Intriguing as hell. I could not stop reading.