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Cold Moon (The Huntress/FBI Thrillers Book 3) by [Sokoloff, Alexandra]
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About the Author

Alexandra Sokoloff has received the Thriller Award and been nominated for the Bram Stoker Award, the Anthony Award, and the Black Quill Award for her supernatural thrillers The Harrowing, The Price, The Unseen, Book of Shadows, The Shifters, Keeper of the Shadows, and The Space Between. Her Huntress/FBI series—featuring the books Huntress Moon, Blood Moon, and Cold Moon—has been nominated for a Thriller Award. The New York Times Book Review has called her a “daughter of Mary Shelley” and referred to her books as “some of the most original and freshly unnerving work in the genre.” As a screenwriter, she has sold original horror and thriller scripts and adapted novels for numerous Hollywood studios. She is also the author of two nonfiction workbooks based on her internationally acclaimed workshops and blog: Screenwriting Tricks for Authors and Writing Love.


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3962 KB
  • Print Length: 401 pages
  • Publisher: Thomas & Mercer (5 May 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00N43K3DY
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 175 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,943 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Continuing the story of Cara Lindstrom, the sole survivor at five years old of her family’s horrific massacre by a serial killer, and FBI Assistant Special Agent in Charge, Matthew Roarke, whose career in law enforcement is a direct result of Cara’s tragic past.

Cara is being held, captured after saving Roarke’s life, at County Women’s #8. The case against her rests on the testimony of sixteen year old Jade, who witnessed Cara killing Jade’s abusive pimp, Danny Ramirez. When a comparable murder is committed, obviously not by Cara, she is granted bail while awaiting trial. As soon as she is free, she disappears. Even in prison there’s no getting away from physical and sexual abuse and someone has to pay the price.

Although killing generally is unacceptable, somehow Cara’s perception of ‘It’, the evil that never dies, her view of the world and experiences with predators make her actions, if nothing else, conceivable to a degree. It’s hard to feel sorry for the loss of those who exploit and abuse children and young women.

Roarke and his team, Special Agents Damien Epps, Antara Singh and Ryan Jones have lost sight of Cara amid the media frenzy following her arrest, the spate of killings and Cara’s now almost cult status among the online community, equating her with Santa Muerte, the goddess of death. Roarke’s horror and hopelessness at the depth of depravity being uncovered as the investigation progresses, and the seemingly insurmountable task he’s faced with, is completely believable. It begs the question how do people in law enforcement cope with the dreadful things they see and have to handle.
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I greatly enjoyed this and it's been a long time coming after books one and two which were also very good indeed. It may have been a while since I read the first two but I remembered her characters very well indeed. I'm hoping that the final line in this particular story has offered up a title to a fourth !!
I loved the cover on this one and it has a nice and thought-provoking dedication, too.
I did spot some places that I'm sure warranted apostrophes that were missed such as worlds more sense or Wildcats club. Then dully was used and I'd have used duly. One line left me a little baffled, too-"Was all that what Cara had wanted them here for" ? But these little errors aside it was another cracking story.
It's pretty shocking when you read some of the statistics included in the story regarding child prostitution and trafficking. The internet's also a wet dream for these people (and I use THAT term loosely) and has made it way too easy for them to conduct their appalling business undercover. Pretty dreadful to read that it's easier to prosecute a man for selling drugs than for destroying a child....something is really wrong in society when this is the case.
The author gifted me a copy of this newest instalment via NetGalley and I'm very grateful. I hope we don't need to wait too many years for the next one now !!
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The tremendously thrilling third book in Sokoloff's excellent series hurtles readers along dark and lurid streets into the grimy realities of teen runaways turned 'working girls'

Special Agent Matt Rourke is a conflicted man. Perhaps needing to heal emotionally as much as physically, he is recovering from the violent climax in BLOOD MOON, which led at last to the capture of Cara Lindstrom, a female killer he feels drawn to, despite her crimes.

Vicious crimes, if understandable ones.

Cara is in custody at last, but Rourke has been hiding things from his friends and colleagues, increasing the unease he feels. And the killings of 'bad men' haven't stopped...

Rourke's San Francisco-based FBI team has to hustle to work out just what's going on as murdered pimps and johns start to speckle the city's grimy red light districts. Cara's behind bars, for now at least, but it seems she isn't the only one looking to exact revenge on men who abuse women and children.

Sokoloff does a fine job crafting a propulsive storyline that has the pages whirring, while leaving the reader as conflicted about events as Rourke is himself. Should we, or he, want Cara freed, even if she'll kill again?

The world is full of some very bad people, but where's the line that to cross deserves death? Is vigilante justice okay, as long it's enacted on those who use and abuse? Is it okay for people to do bad things, as long as it's for good reasons? And 'good' to who - where's the line between 'bad' and 'evil'?

Sokoloff crafts a fine thriller that hurdles higher than a straightforward page-turner.
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Cold Moon is the third Alexandra Sokoloff book that I have read. And I certainly wasn't disappointed. I love the plot and the characters and look forward to reading book four.

In Cold Moon, Special Agent Matthew Roarke wants to help female serial killer Cara, who is now awaiting trial. But he knows that this would be against everything he believes in as an FBI agent. The book focuses on the characters' emotions: Cara's need to fight evil and Roarke's struggle with his own feelings. You can almost see the sexual tension sizzling between them. Then there's also the problem of copycat murders - since Cara is locked up, she definitely can't be the culprit, so who else is to blame?

Cold Moon is a great crime thriller, with a fascinating story, snappy dialogue and writing that moves at a cracking pace. The book is highly descriptive and filled with suspense and intrigue. I love the cat and mouse 'game' between Roarke and Cara. Plus there are some other great female characters in this book, especially Jade and Rachel.

I received an Advanced Reader Copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
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