by Becky Masterman

Reviewer Rating:
5

Review

Brigid Quinn is 59, retired from the FBI, and hoping to put the secrets and lies of her past behind her as she settles into life with her new husband Carlo in Tuscon. When someone confesses to being the Route 66 killer--and the murderer of Quinn's young protegee--Quinn again finds herself immersed in the world of sexual predators, lies, and revenge. Not one to just wait to see what happens, Quinn starts working with the new agent on the case, who is convinced that the confession is false. And why does someone keep trying to kill Quinn? Quinn has a great voice--of an experienced agent who knows her limits, thinks she knows what secrets she needs to keep in order to maintain her life, thinks she has control. The landscape of Tuscon and the surrounding area is also vividly portrayed.

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