A pair of ritual murders could expose Mercy Kilpatrick to something terrifying: her own pastRaised off the grid by survivalists, Mercy Kilpatrick believed in no greater safeguard than the backwoods of Oregon. Unforgiven by her father for abandoning the fold for the FBI, Mercy still holds to her past convictions. Theyre in her blood. Theyre her secretsas guarded as her private survival retreat hidden away in the foothills.In a cabin near her hideaway, Mercy encounters a young girl whose grandmother is dying from multiple knife wounds. Hundreds of miles away, a body is discovered slashed to death in a similar way. The victimsa city judge and an old woman living in the woodscouldnt be more different. With the help of police chief Truman Daly, Mercy must find the killer before the body count rises. Mercy knows that the past has an edge on her. So does her family. How can she keep her secrets nowwhen theyre the only things that can save her?...
|Title||:||A Merciful Secret (Mercy Kilpatrick #3)|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||332 pages|
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A Merciful Secret (Mercy Kilpatrick #3) Reviews
A Merciful Secret is even more action-packed and exciting than the first two books in the series with an intriguing case for Mercy and some great development for the characters.
Mercy Kilpatrick was raised in the backwoods of Oregon by a family who believed in being prepared for the end of the world. Now an FBI agent, Mercy still believes in being prepared but hasn't held on to her father's distrust of government agencies. Late one night after leaving her hidden cabin in the woods, Merc ...more
Author created characters we care great deal what happens to them and that makes us read this series. Knifed and killed two completely different people. Mercy and her boyfriend police chief Truman, finds many family secrets.
FBI Agent Mercy Kilpatrick is not only a dedicated agent, she is also a 'prepper' ... a person who believes a catastrophic disaster or emergency is likely to occur in the future and makes active preparations for it, typically by stockpiling food, ammunition, and other supplies. Raised off the grid by her survivalist parents, this way of living is something very normal for her.
She has a cabin deep in the woods where she goes every chance she gets. It's in these woods where a young girl hails her ...more
Ora, Mercy e Truman estão de volta. Gosto muito destes dois, como casal são muito fofos. Como agentes da autoridade são bem espertos e trabalham bem juntos.
Foi espetacular que Ava McLane e Michael Brody também entrassem neste livro, adoro rever personagens e quando são de séries diferentes, melhor ainda.
Mas a personagem que mais me impressionou foi mesmo Salome. (view spoiler)[Mulher corajosa, não é? Mas que vida triste ela tem vivido, sempre com medo que o pai (que, afinal, não o é) saia da pri ...more
You can take the prepper out of the family circle but you can’t take the prepper out of the girl. Mercy Kilpartrick is an FBI agent who has a hidden cabin in the woods and is a secret prepper. On the way back from a late night visit to her cabin she almost runs over a child desperately seeking help for her dying grandmother.
Morrigan Sabin’s grandmother, Olivia, isn’t just dying, she has been slashed to death and Morrigan has been alone with her. Her mother, Salome, left before the crime and Morr ...more
Another great addition to the series! This is the 3rd book in the Mercy Kilpatrick series but it can also be read as a stand-alone.
Mercy Kilpatrick is an FBI agent trying to repair the damage with her estranged family. Raised within a family of preppers, she has a soul-deep need to always be prepared in case of TEOTWAWKI, the end of the world as we know it. She has a secret cabin where she goes to stock supplies for an emergency. On her drive back home from the cabin, she almost hits a young gi ...more
Well, better than I anticipated. And better plot wise than the books before. The villain was slightly predictable. I’d excluded that person for that simple fact. But hey, I was wrong which is a good thing. I enjoyed it for the most part. And now I’m really interested in seeing where things go.