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  • Mass Market Paperback: 560 pages
  • Publisher: Ballantine Books Inc.; Reprint edition (1 July 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0345501543
  • ISBN-13: 978-0345501547
  • Product Dimensions: 10.6 x 2.4 x 17.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 42,664 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By LEP VINE VOICE on 4 Aug. 2008
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
This is book 13 in the Troubleshooters series, therefore if you haven't read any of the others don't start with this one, you will be totally confused.

I have read other books in the series and even I was confused for the first few chapters. One of the main reasons being that there is just far too much going on in the book. There are at least 4 sub-plots besides the main plot about Murphy and Hannah and far too many characters. Apart from nearly all the Troubleshooters being included, there are also 4 SEALS in there as well. The time-line also jumps from present to past and back for several chapters, which adds to the confusion. If SB had stuck to Murphy and Hannah, then time-line changes wouldn't have been much of a problem. It's the inclusion of the other characters and their sub-plots which is the problem.

Basically: Hannah, a cop, has been friends with Murphy of Troubleshooters, for years. She's also in love with him, although she doesn't let him know that. Murphy is very attracted to her, however he doesn't want to move the relationship into other realms as he is afraid of ruining their friendship. Then Hannah introduces him to her best friend Angelina who has no qualms in making a move and staking a claim on Murphy. They fall in love and marry. Then Angelina gets killed (in a previous book) and Murphy distraught, drops out of Troubleshooters and takes to drink in a big way. He blames the leader of a right-wing cultist group for his wife's death.

Then his friends at Troubleshooters learn that the cult leader has been shot and killed and the FBI want to speak to Murphy. Nobody knows where he is, so they decide to search for him.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Decca on 13 Aug. 2008
Format: Hardcover
I loved SBs books right up until Flashpoint which I struggled with. Into the Fire (ITF) continues with many of the main characters form Flashpoint so anyone who has not read this recently will not have a clue. Other reviews have said about the numerous convoluted plotlines etc so I will not. SB has made it plain that she is now writing fiction rather than romantic suspense and just as well because this book has no romance and minimal suspense. My main problems with this novel are as follows:-
- Murphy and Hannah have zero chemistry. Just as well the sex scenes are pretty non existent because I could not imagine these 2 being good together despite SBs kept telling the reader that it was. The pairing have previous history which always means the reader misses out and the good old "best friends that now fancy each other" was so old hat and not well done. Also, admirable although SBs intentions are in being wholly inclusive across all races, etc. I did feel that she was pushing the point by making Murphy part Vietnamese and Hannah deaf as I felt these were put in there for no reason.
- there is no interesting plot and minimal action. Virtually the whole novel is the myriad characters all talking about how they feel etc and the action that does come in at the end is poor and only an excuse for SB to pull in every character that has ever appeared in her books.
- the Izzy/Eden plotline was good in that it continued to develop Izzy as a lead role whilst still keeping his "jerk" like character which is good, and a throw back to the Wildcard/Sam characters who everyone seemed to love from earlier books. However, nowhere could I find why Izzy supposedly falls in love with Eden, they hardly knew each other and all she did was cry, weak "heroine".
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A. H. B. Whitefield on 30 July 2008
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I recently received the eagerly awaited Into the Fire by S. Brockmann. Usually I cannot put down one of her books.This time I am struggling. There are so many characters from earlier stories that, even I, who have read all her books,am struggling to remember who did what in earlier books. For someone who is reading this as his or her first experience of a S. Brockmann book,he or she is going to find the references to earlier events a bit bewildering. I shall write more when I have finished reading it.
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By loves to read on 12 Aug. 2009
Format: Mass Market Paperback
So i wait a while before i got this book, in part because of the other reviews. I should say that i have read all the troubleshooter book and if you have not then this is not the fisrt book to read.
There many people in this and usually that is a problem to me trying to keep every body straight in my head. so the couple in this book are Hannah and Muphry, they ahd been friends for a life time until the death of Muphry's 1st wife who is also Hannah,s best friend pulls them apart. So that is the main ploit but on top of that you and 2 other couples Izzy & Eden and Nash & Tess. There also lots of old friends from other TS books.
I wouuld recomend this book I took it on holiday and it was a prefect read.
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