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Casey Hill
Thrillers & Suspense
Simon & Schuster Ltd; UK ed. edition (September 13, 2012)
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Город: Dublin, IrelandПодписчиков: 1 ты. себе: Author USA Today bestselling forensic t. .

Город: Dublin, IrelandПодписчиков: 1 ты. себе: Author USA Today bestselling forensic thriller series featuring CSI Reilly Steel. Next book, FALLOUT, coming soon.

Author of CSI Reilly Steel forensic thriller police procedural series. The new forensic thriller from the international bestselling author of Taboo and Torn. Quantico-trained forensic investigator Reilly Steel is back in the country of her birth Casey Hill Books. 12 August 2014 ·. Delighted to see HIDDEN at N. in the Nook US bestseller list this morn. Many thanks B&N readers! Casey Hill Books. 28 July 2014 ·. CRIME SCENE, a new ebook title in the CSI Reilly Steel series is out now.

Casey Hill, a partnership between Melissa Hill and her husband Kevin, has done it again. The first Reilly Steel thriller Taboo was a great read and this book more than lives up to the expectations set by its predecessor. Filled with gruesome and disturbing murders, fascinating forensic detail as well as interesting main characters, this book is a real page-turner.

Casey Hill is the pseudonym of husband and wife Melissa and Kevin Hill. Melissa is already a number 1 bestseller in her native Ireland with her novels about contemporary women's lives. A desire to delve into darker aspects of fiction led her to team up with Kevin and create the Reilly Steel series.

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Casey Hill is the pseudonym of USA Today bestselling husband and wife writing team, Kevin and Melissa Hill. It was followed by subsequent books, INFERNO (aka TORN) HIDDEN, THE WATCHED, TRACE & AFTERMATH. They live in Dublin, Ireland. TABOO, the first title in a series of forensic thrillers featuring Californian-born CSI Reilly Steel was an international bestseller upon release.

From the bestselling author of TABOO. Casey Hill is the pseudonym of husband and wife Melissa and Kevin Hill. For fans of Patricia Cornwell, Tess Gerritsen, Lisa Gardner and Karin Slaughter. Steel is a likeable character, smart but not omnipotent, entirely capable but vulnerable too' -Irish Times. Prepare to be chilled to the bone by this terrifying transatlantic forensic thriller debut from a formidable new talent. If you like Patricia Cornwell or Kathy Reichs you'll love this' -Lovereading. It is definitely not for the faint hearted and will keep you guessing the whole way through.

The pub was busy, full of the office lunchtime crowd looking for sandwiches and shepherd’s pies on a Friday afternoon. Chris was looking for a remedy. Chris was looking for a remedy tation, and he’d popped in for a quick one, realizing that alchohol was doing a better number on his limbs than ten painkillers. He knocked back the vodka; unable to remember the last time he had been really, truly, shitfaced drunk. Actually no, he was wrong. Three years earlier Chris parked his car carefully, but still couldn’t avoid hitting the kerb. He unbuckled his seatbelt,.

Taboo Casey Hill First published in Great Britain by Simon the leaves were turning on the trees, the sun sinking lower in the sky with . Reynolds stared transfixed – evidently torn somewhere between surprise, lust and shame.

Taboo Casey Hill First published in Great Britain by Simon the leaves were turning on the trees, the sun sinking lower in the sky with each passing day. Jess looked at Reilly, her clear. Then, just as suddenly, Jess dropped her skirt, picked up a stone and hurled it with all her strength. Caught off-guard, the man stumbled backward and landed in a crumpled heap on his lawn.

The modus operandi is as perplexing as it is macabre. What connects the seemingly disparate, high-profile victims? Their corpses refuse to give up their secrets and the crime scenes prove a forensic investigator's worst nightmare. Reilly soon suspects that she may be dealing with a killer who knows all about crime scene investigation.
  • Galubel
A good story, but be careful. This was apparently also released under the title "Inferno," which I had originally read as part of a boxed set of volumes 1-3 of the series. I couldn't get "Torn" as an e-book, and ended up ordering a used paperback copy through Amazon (which was offered by a seller in the U.K. Imagine my disappointment when I sat down to read it and after the first paragraph, realized I'd read it before.
  • AnnyMars
I really enjoyed this book. The murders had a completely different slant from the usual. I like the way that the authors fleshed out the main characters and their lives. This allowed you to have empathy with them. Descriptions of Dublin were spot on as well. The twist was excellent. I had not suspected that this person was the murderer. A very enjoyable read. I have also read Taboo and look forward to more Riley Steele.
  • Xtani
This is the second Casey Hill book I have read and I am liking her characters more with each read. Reilly Steel will be a very popular heroine and I love her analytical mind. This was a particularly good read. Congrats to Casey Hill (pseudonym, I know) for a twisting, turning thriller that also calls for some brain exercise on the reader's part.
  • Binar
I enjoyed the book but was disappointed that it wasn't the complete book. I evidently missed that when I selected it for download. I only use the 'freebies' for Kindle or go to local library because of limited income.
  • Prinna
Forensic investigator Reilly Steel loves a challenge, examine the evidence, look for the clues and solve the crime. This case will challenge her to the max, the victims are killed in a different way and the crimes scenes are trying and unusual to say the least. The killer changes their MO and their seems to be no link to the victims, initially. It will take all of her skills, her team and a profiler to come together to try and catch a very intelligent and driven killer as the bodies are piling up and time is running out.

I think I am in the minority with this book as I didn't love it and I really struggled with it. There is quite a few characters in the book and I kept forgetting when another showed up what they had been doing in the previous chapter. The relationship between the police seemed strained and in some exchanges juvenile and childish, Lucy is a classic example of this. She is one of the younger members of the team but working for the lab in such a big profile case leads you to believe she is a capable individual however she is chastised for some actions and her response, I felt, was of a very young girl.

The profiler was very arrogant and cocky, I really disliked him and other than that I didn't have a huge reaction to any of the other characters. Chris, another officer, keeps flashing back to his past relationship with his ex which I couldn't understand the significance of it. It does become clear later but I found it quite annoying whilst in the dark about the reason for it.

The actual killer is always a step ahead and his killers are as shocking as they are unique however not a great deal of time is spent with him which is a shame. I think more insight as he went a long would have been good however it may have ruined the suspense of who the killer is. By the end you have your answers for just about everything however it takes a bit to get there with a few red herrings along the way. I have read this author before and would again but I don't think this is the best of their work. I struggled between giving this a 2 or a 3 but I feel a 2 would be to harsh as there is some good parts and the story itself is interesting, I just felt the focus was spread on too many characters. 3/5 for me this time.
  • luisRED
This is an excellent read I would highly recommend it. It was difficult let down and I have just purchasedqa second boo from collection.
  • Malojurus
Good book if u like books about crimes and slovin them