Kill Fee

Kill Fee

Book - 2014
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The new Stevens and Windermere novel from one of the most dazzlingly acclaimed new writers in crime fiction.
The billionaire picked a heck of a way to die.
On a beautiful Saturday in downtown Saint Paul, Minnesota, state investigator Kirk Stevens and his occasional colleague FBI special agent Carla Windermere witness the assassination of one of the state's wealthiest men. The shooter is a young man, utterly unremarkable—except in his eyes. There is something very wrong in his eyes.
And it's only the beginning. The events of that sunny springtime day will lead Stevens and Windermere across the country, down countless blind alleys, and finally to a very flourishing twenty-first-century enterprise: a high-tech murder-for-hire social media website. But just who has the dead-eyed shooter targeted next . . . and who's choosing his victims? That's where things get complicated.
Publisher: New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, c2014.
ISBN: 9780399165528
Characteristics: 385 pages ;,24 cm.


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Dec 31, 2017

This is a delightful series - fun to read via traditional book or by audio - however, this is book 3 and I recommend reading it in order.

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Aug 05, 2016

Just started the book, really liking it so far, but I kind of wish the beginning was just a bit more exciting and easy to follow, because the old guys death happens at the beginning of the book! Kind of was like a quick punch, I didn`t see it coming.

Mar 27, 2015

Read previous novel which was good enough that I gave his next and latest a try. Put it down after about 50 pages ..... full of holes which takes away from the story's credibility. I would agree with Kirkus (book critic) that his comments re "outrageous logistics" is spot on. If this is one of the "dazzlingly acclaimed new writers in crime fiction", then we, the readers, are in for some sad times.

Aug 31, 2014

I read this before seeing the previous efforts, which I now see got mixed reviews. Pluses: it is a real page-turner, the style did grab me and make me want more from this author. Liking the agents was easy enough. Minuses: at the end I was hoping this was not the authors best effort. The plot is convoluted, but the later twists were not convincing, so I tended to lose my "suspension of disbelief" near the end. Maybe 2 stars.

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