Books by author Alexandra Sokoloff | WriterspaceAs part of the Cold Moon Blog Tour I am really happy to review all 3 books in the series so far — a series that I would HIGHLY recommend — a great depth of plot and character makes them must reads for any crime fiction fan. The main hook into this story is the two main characters who are superbly well drawn and utterly engaging. Matthew Roarke is an FBI agent who has left the world of profiling behind. Now working on Major Crime, a series of events throws him back into the murky world of killers and their motivations. Enter our killer, a beautiful and enigmatic woman who has been completely off the radar until a chance encounter puts her in the path of Matthew. So begins a cat and mouse chase which will have you avidly turning pages, desperate to know who she is and what she is up to. This is so beautifully constructed, showing us first one then the other of our two protagonists, slowly drip feeding information and background to both, all the while keeping the action going and often really tugging on the heartstrings.
Blood Moon (The Huntress FBI - Thrillers Book 2) by Alexandra Sokoloff Audiobook Part 1
Start here. Blood Moon Over Britain. Alexandra Sokoloff never ceases to amaze me! Tanith claims to have had psychic visions that the killer has ritually sacrificed other teenagers in his attempts to summon a powerful, ancient demon!
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ASAC Matthew Roarke exiles Singh to Portland to work as an assistant to his old mentor, retiring profiler Chuck Snyder—but a mysterious break-in alerts Singh and Snyder to an active threat revolving around an old case: a series of brutal murders of homeless teenagers on the streets of Portland and Seattle. Wow, just WOW! That was well worth the wait! The author makes it very clear that in order to appreciate this novel, you really do have to have read the others. It really is an outstanding series! It soon becomes clear that Snyder is hiding something.