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Taking place mere minutes after the cliff-hanger ending of Taking Eve (2013)—the first in prolific and best-selling Johansen’s new trilogy featuring forensic sculptor Eve Duncan—the second opens with Eve on the run from her diabolical captor, Jim Doane, in the wilds of the isolated Colorado Rockies. As wolves howl and frigid night temperatures descend, Eve’s struggle to survive pits her against nature’s deadliest elements while Doane constructs an elaborate trap to ensnare both Eve and Zander, a lethal assassin with a surprising interest in Eve’s welfare. Her plight has rallied a coterie of both old friends and new allies, who join Eve’s lover, Detective Joe Quinn, and their daughter, Jane, to marshal forces both supernatural and mortal to come to Eve’s rescue. Building to a shocking conclusion, Johansen’s paranormal suspense thriller will have fans of Eve’s exploits clamoring for the trilogy’s final installment, Silencing Eve (due out in October 2013), to learn of Eve’s ultimate fate. HIGH-DEMAND BACKSTORY: So avid are Johansen’s fans, a 300,000 print run is planned, backed by a national tour and an all-out, diversified advertising campaign on television, various websites, and social media. --Carol Haggas
Gripping . . . Johansen deftly baits the hook for the next volume. (Publishers Weekly (starred) on Eve)
The suspense and action will entertain all, even those new to the series. (Library Journal (starred) on Eve)
Will leave readers breathlessly anticipating the final installment. (Publishers Weekly (starred) on Quinn)
Johansen's intense storytelling style drags readers into a whirlpool of danger and treachery that can have horrifying results. It's awesome! (RT Book Reviews on Quinn)
A stunning finale. (Publishers Weekly (starred) on Bonnie)
A stunning conclusion to a very popular trilogy. (Booklist on Bonnie)
Book17, took, up from, 16, that , grabbed me and I had to immediately purchase . 17 and . Now to 18....this Book is for anyone that likes a . Good . StoryPublished 13 days ago by Mary Ann Pickens
Great book. Cannot put them down. Have always liked Iris Johansen. Enjoy the mystery and all of the characters in the book.Published 23 days ago by judy from pennsylvania
Very disappointed. Too slow, too much repetition, too many characters and it was just rambling on and on. Now I have to buy the third book to see how it ends. Horrible.Published 1 month ago by A. C. P.