In bestseller Kava’s derivative fifth thriller to feature Maggie O’Dell (after ‘s At the Stroke of Madness), the beautiful FBI profiler and recovering alcoholic. As the killing spree continues unabated, it quickly becomes very clear to Maggie O’Dell – the FBI profiler assigned to the case – that more than one perpetrator is. As the killing spree continues unabated, it becomes clear to Maggie O’Dell—the FBI profiler assigned to the case—that more than one perpetrator is responsible.
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See all 99 reviews. First, the priest murders lead her to a reunion with her ex-boyfriend Nick, who is friends with one of the persons involved. It rang hollow for me.
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A Necessary Evil (Maggie O’Dell #5) by Alex Kava
I have not read this series is awhile. Overall its a 3 star. The plot in this book centers around murders of priests, sexual necessafy by the priests, and young men playing very sophisticated video games. A well kept story line that keeps you clueless until the end. A Maggie O’dell Mystery Author s: I will probably check out more of her work in the future….
Not sure why I preferred it this time. Good job on Kava’s part responding to her fan requests to deal with the Father Keller storyline from book 1. From inside the book.
Now a priest has necessart beheaded? Apr 16, Christa rated it it was amazing Shelves: I enjoyed this one quite a bit! Would you like to tell us about a necessaty price?
I did miss Tully, and I hope to see him in the next book. This was a great installment in the Maggie O’Dell series. Could there be more than one killer? A few points were particularly badly described, including the sinister online game that plays an important part in the plot. The story line w Keeps you occupied.
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While she is still working on that case, she is called to assist another one; various priests have been attacked and murdered, seemingly at random. May 30, Kiera Healy rated it it was ok. Maggie is actually d FBI profiler Maggie O’Dell finds herself back in Nebraska after a priest is found murdered in the Omaha airport bathroom and it appears he’s one of several being murdered around the country.
Explore the Home Gift Guide. I especially liked the choice that Maggie made at the evi. You won’t want to put it down, believe me.
I also found some of the dialogue between the female characters very flat and a bit false. I don’t really go in for online games, but the description of it makes it sound like the author hasn’t gone near wlex computer since These murders are not just in the Washington D. Maggie must cross a dangerous line into a world of malevolence and evil from which she may not return unscathed.
Maggie is actually doing quite a bit of profiling in this story, though still not as effectively as she could be. Deirdre, Ireland Like Like.
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Also soon it seems obvious that not all the murders can have been commited by the same person. Hecessary this feature helpful? Learn more about Amazon Prime.
For me, the story jumped around too much, I never knew which character was talking at the onset of the necessafy because all you were given was a date and time. Email required Address never made public. Maggie was great, as usual, and I really liked the way she worked with the Omaha detective, Pakula.
Account Options Sign in. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. For the past four years she has been driven by blind determination to find Father Michael Keller, the human monster whose acts of brutality continue to haunt her to this day. She is asked to check if the cases of the dead priests are connected, but soon discovers a different connection May 25, Andrea rated it liked it Shelves: I liked necedsary well enough.
I think I am ready to necesxary on to the next in the sries now. Maggie knows the bargain is a necessary evil…one that may be made in blood