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In Harm's Way (Heroes of Quantico Series, Book 3) (Volume 3) Paperback – April 1, 2010

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In Harm's Way Irene Hannon. Revell, $14.99 paper (320p) ISBN 978-0-8007-3312-4 Suspense writer Hannon (Against All Odds) offers her third in the Heroes of Quantico series, where she presents fast-paced crime drama with an aside of romance. The story opens with the sensitive and artistic piano instructor, Rachel Sutton, happening upon a Raggedy Ann doll buried in the snow of a parking lot. What happens when Rachel picks up this doll shocks and disturbs her, so much so, she presses past her self-preservation mode and tells her story to FBI agent Nick Bradley. Initially nonplussed by her account, Nick is unable to shake a persistent feeling that Rachel is for real and not some psychic wanna-be. Quickly, the report of a missing baby is linked with the doll, as are secrets surrounding Rachel's past. Both Nick and Rachel develop a mutual respect and affection for one another as they piece together the clues behind an ever-climactic mystery. Hannon's tale is engagingly sure-footed overall, yet at points reads too predictably for avid crime enthusiasts. (Apr.) --Review in the 2/1 issue of Publishers Weekly

"This fast-paced romantic suspense is third in Hannon's Heroes of Quantico series. Both male and female characters are richly developed. The faith element is not overwhelming, and the surprise twists keep the reader engaged." -- RT Book Reviews --RT Book Review

"This is a fine-tuned suspense tale that incorporates elements of romance, relieving what might otherwise be a too-intense experience. RITA® Award winner Hannon is a master at character development, writing believable, three-dimensional characters. Fans of Dee Henderson will enjoy this book. New readers will want to go back and read the first two titles in the series (Against All Odds; An Eye for an Eye)." - Library Journal --Library Journal

RITA® Award winner Hannon is a master at character development, writing believable, three-dimensional characters. Fans of Dee Henderson will enjoy this book. - Library Journal --Library Journal

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EXCERPT FROM CATALOG I shouldn't have come. The knot in Rachel's stomach tightened, and she squeezed her laced fingers, whitening the knuckles. She'd never been claustrophobic, but the walls of the small, sterile interview room off the lobby in the glass and concrete FBI office building in downtown St. Louis seemed to be closing in on her. With each minute that passed--ten and a half so far--she grew more uncomfortable. The temptation to flee before she made a total fool of herself was strong. But her feelings about the doll were stronger. Strong enough to counter the dubious glance the woman behind the bullet-proof glass in the reception area had given her. And strong enough to convince her that she needed to pass the doll on to someone who was in a position to investigate--whether they chose to or not. *** Pausing outside the door to the interview room, Nick Bradley adjusted his jacket and grasped the knob. Professional, polite, fast. That was his plan. "Sorry to keep you waiting." He shut the door behind him and held out his hand to the slim woman who had been seated at the interview table. As she returned his firm grip, her slender fingers cold and not quite steady, he did a rapid assessment. Height about five-six. Weight one-fifteen, one-twenty, tops. Shoulder-length brown hair with auburn highlights, parted on the left side. Velvet brown eyes fringed by long lashes her copper-rimmed glasses couldn't camouflage. Classic oval face, pert nose, long, slender neck. Minimal makeup. Her black slacks hugged trim hips, and a gold filigree cross on a slender chain rested against her plum-colored turtleneck. A pretty woman. Who didn't want to be here.
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Product Details

  • Paperback: 336 pages
  • Publisher: Revell; English Language edition (April 1, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0800733126
  • ISBN-13: 978-0800733124
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.8 x 8.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (138 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #317,185 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By Ruth Anderson VINE VOICE on April 26, 2010
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When Rachel Sutton pulls a battered Raggedy Ann doll from a snowdrift, she never expected to be assailed by a feeling of overwhelming terror. Not one to believe in psychics, but unable to ignore the fear that overcomes her every time she touches the doll, Rachel takes a leap of faith and delivers the toy to the local FBI office. At her wit's end, and even though she's convinced she'll be mocked and dismissed as a crazy, Rachel's sure that entrusting the doll to the FBI will allow her to move on with her life. Nick Bradley, a veteran agent, has met his share of whacky tipsters, but Rachel's levelheadedness and apparently genuine terror raise enough questions in his mind that he's unable to simply dispose of the filthy toy and write off Rachel's reaction as some sort of bizarre coincidence. When the doll turns out to be the only clue in a kidnapping case gone cold, and it's revealed that Rachel has an unexpected tie to the missing child, suddenly Nick's intriguing tipster is the target of unwanted media attention. As the news story spreads, Rachel becomes the only threat to a kidnapper desperate to cover her tracks, and Nick must work overtime to protect Rachel, the investigation's best lead and the only woman who's ever invaded his heart.

I was so happy to finally read Nick's story. The glimpses of his character in the first two books of the series marked him as an intriguing guy, and I had great fun watching Hannon turn the tables on him as he enters the spotlight and becomes the hero falling hard for a woman at the center of an investigation. Hannon writes the male point of view extremely well, and Nick is her best hero yet - a dreamy combination of toughness and sensitivity. The faith element was also well-integrated into the storyline.
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Rachel Sutton is a music teacher who leads a very quiet life. Not really by choice, she has no family. Growing up in foster care has made her appreciate her cozy and permanent home though. Her quiet life is turned upside down one morning when she finds a Raggedy Ann doll under a snow drift. Picking it up will change her entire life.

Nick Bradley is a Special Agent with the FBI. In his years of work he has seen many unusual things. But when Rachel Sutton arrives at his office claiming she has a "reaction" when she picks up the doll he's thinking she's just another nut. As he talks with her though he realizes she is very perceptive, intelligent and attractive. So what could her reaction mean?

This is the third and final installment in the Heroes of Quantico Series. I really liked all the stories but I have to say this one was my favorite. I think it was because there was lots of interplay between Nick, Mark, Emily, Coop and Monica. Those were thoroughly enjoyable moments for me in the story. I also really liked the characters of Nick and Rachel. I enjoyed watching how open and honest Nick was about his faith and how honest Rachel was in saying she had none. The author did a great job in pointing out how one person can make a huge difference in someones life and not even realize it. This was a very engaging story from the beginning right up to it's outstanding conclusion and loaded with lots of twist and turns. I only regret that we must leave these "very real" characters with the close of this book. I felt very endeared to these Heroes of Quantico. Great job Irene!
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I assume you have read the general description of the storyline. Book three is every bit as powerfully written as the first two in the series. What a talented author. Her hard works pays off in her intelligently crafted books. And I get to enjoy the fruit of her labor. Her characters are so realistic that you can't help but wonder if they are representative of real people. The natural descriptive flow places you in the middle of the action. You hear the crunching of leaves, smell the wet earth and feel the bite of cold. You are there. You won't find jarring, illogical scenes that pull you out of the zone nor will you find poor editing. Ms Hannon is a master at her craft. She pulls you into the storyline and directs you onto her desired path. I admit I was wary of the subject matter. I should have known that biblical principles would not be crossed. The Christian aspect remains sound. I truly appreciate being able to read this quality of book in this genre. I have a couple thousand books in my library and have read nearly all of them. Few are written at this level. This one goes into my reread collection. If you're looking for a light, fluffy read... keep looking. If you want danger, intrigue, honourable, heroic law enforcement, and clean, sigh worthy romance, you've just found it. I highly recommend this book.
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An amazing end to an amazing series! I thoroughly enjoyed the story centering on Nick and Rachel. Nick is a dear man and Rachel is such a sweetie. Unlike Monica and Emily (the ladies in the first two books of the series), Rachel is more naive and not very world savvy, which made her all the more endearing. Nick and Rachel discover they share some childhood similarities.

This is a super, action packed, fast moving, gripping book with a tons of suspense, a deranged kidnapper, and a few sweet surprises sprinkled along the way. I was glad to see the main characters from the first two books show up in this one.

I enjoyed how near the end of the book clues were coming in from a variety of sources. When all the clues finally came together, I was on the edge of my seat! This book can fully involve the reader.

Ms. Hannon does another glorious job of presenting Christ throughout this book as she has in her other series ---both series are excellent reads!
Highly recommend!
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