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I Can See You

A book by Karen Rose

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Exciting romantic thriller kept me involved and guessing

  • Aug 24, 2009
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Wow- this latest offering from Karen Rose was an excellent romantic thriller, one that kept me involved and guessing until the very end. Reading this book, I was reminded of vintage Iris Johansen- fully drawn characters, exciting romance coupled with great action, and suspense that builds throughout the story. Eve and Noah were enjoyable and relatable characters surrounded by a supporting cast of inter-related friends and family that should provide for a nice ongoing series of connected books. Though this was my first Karen Rose book, it certainly won't be my last! Highly recommended.

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The Red Dress Killer
Eve Wilson, a victim of a vicious assault that left her scarred for life, literally and figuratively, is now a grad student in psychology. She's based her dissertation on a study of participants in a virtual reality game, Shadowland, where they can be whomever they want to be. When several of the her female subjects are murdered, Eve reluctantly becomes a confidential informant, working closely with hunky detective Noah Webster (really!). The serial killer is diabolical, researching his victims' …
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Virtual reality meets bloody reality in bestseller Rose's spine-tingling 10th thriller, which introduces the Minneapolis PD's Hat Squad, whose members earn snappy fedoras for successfully fighting crime. Almost six years have passed since Eve Wilson, a former runaway introduced in Rose's debut,Don't Tell(2003), moved from Chicago to the Twin Cities after a vicious assault. Plastic surgery has improved her looks, and she's begun researching a Web role-playing game, Shadowland, and how it can be used to build self-esteem. Eve also connects with a homicide detective investigating the Red Dress Killer, who finds some victims through Shadowland. Samantha Altman is the killer's first victim, but she's not identified until the second, Martha Brisbane, is found. When Eve learns Martha was a fellow research participant, she becomes a Hat Squad confidential informant. Rose keeps the action popping as the psycho claims more lives, hoping to add Eve to his list.(Aug.)
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ISBN-10: 0446538345
ISBN-13: 978-0446538343
Author: Karen Rose
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing

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