- File Size: 1204 KB
- Print Length: 280 pages
- Publisher: Alibi (December 2, 2014)
- Publication Date: December 2, 2014
- Sold by: Random House LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00LDQP07I
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #287,250 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Kill List: A Jamie Sinclair Novel Kindle Edition
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In this book Jamie Sinclair is asked to investigate when her ex-husband's daughter is kidnapped. Despite all of the hard feelings between the two of them, Jamie drops everything to rush to the army base where he and his new family live in search of his three year old daughter. Almost instantly Jamie begins to realize that her ex-husband is hiding something and the questions don't stop there. Soon Jamie finds herself in deathly danger and is unsure who she can trust. Will she be able to find the missing girl before time runs out?
I really enjoyed this book from the very beginning. The author starts this book out with a really intense scene from a case that Jamie is finishing up and it really just takes off from there. This book was filled with suspense along with twists and turns. It was easy to see that there was something off when it came to the little girl's kidnapping but as the reader you don't know what exactly. I was left questioning everything and everyone trying to figure out for myself what could have happened to that little girl. I didn't care for Jamie's ex-husband Tim Thorp at all thanks to all of the secrets that he seems to be hiding. He comes across as quite the jerk but it was the fact that Jamie could never get him to tell the truth despite the missing girl that sealed my dislike for him. These secrets and evasions did add to the atmosphere of the story though and filled the pages with suspense.Read more ›
As soon as this situation seems to have resolved itself she is called by her former husband, an Army Colonel whose daughter has been kidnapped. Jaime will rush to the Army base to help in the process of finding the little girl. She will come in contact with a former friend, FBI agent Kev Jaeger. She will also meet a new friend, Lt. Colonel Adam Barrett who happens to be the head of the MP's at Leeds Army Base.
Together with Lt. Colonel Barrett Ms. Sinclair will help to uncover several different illegal situations as well as find our what happened to Little Brooke, the three year old diabetic who was kidnapped. And, if that is not enough she will face the issue of developing feelings for Lt. Colonel Barrett.
But she and Lt. Colonel Barrett have past life issues that will make it impossible for them to develop a relationship, unless of course they can each come to the point of revealing past hurts and seeking the healing that they need.
The story is well written. The characters are developed in an amazing way for such a short book. There are plenty of plot twists and yet the whole thing is very realistic and believable. I love the way that Christoff develop's her story and ties several issues together from stalking to PTSD to illegal activity and kidnapping to family bullying and abuse issues. There are many talking points for this book and they are all easy to get into.
I enjoyed the book tremendously and would love for friends to read it so that we could sit down in a book club and dialogue about all the different issues that are raised.
I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
The thing that bothered me so much was Jamie's infertility. Not the fact that Jamie is unable to bear children. Nor that this is incredibly painful for her, because she does want children, and that it broke up her marriage, but the fact that it is used as her motivation in the cases she will or won't accept and the decisions she makes regarding her love life. And of course, the fact that her infertility has been used to make her feel a failure by some very important people in her life. She blames herself for the break-up of her marriage, because she feels it was caused by her infertility, not by the fact that her ex is a borderline abusive boor. Shouldn't Jamie, or any woman be more than her reproductive status? Perhaps this is exactly the point Christoff was trying to make, but I found myself very conflicted by the way the issue was focussed on, even if Christoff depicts Jamie's feelings and sadness very compellingly and I really felt deeply for Jamie and empathised with her.
That issue aside, I really enjoyed The Kill List.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Wonderful read. Couldn't put it down.great characters. Can't wait four the next one.Published 2 months ago by eugene risner
I really liked Jamie, and I loved Adam. They are 2 really good people. The story plot was interesting and the characters were also.Published 3 months ago by Kindle Customer
I loved all three in this series...Hope there will be more!Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Wasn't sure I would like this book but I do like to read books by authors that I have never read before. So I gave it a try and was not disappointed one bit. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Agnes Shapiro
Jamie Sinclair is called in on a case of an abducted child. Ironically, the child is what broke up her marriage to the man who is calling her for help, as he left her and married... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Liz Marshall
I love this book because it's a great whodunnit, clever and has completely believable characters. The father-daughter relationship also rings true to me.Published 6 months ago by Katherine C Heinz
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