The Negotiator, Book 2
"Failure is not an option... FBI special agent Dave Richman has spent his life protecting people: failure is not in his vocabulary. He'll figure out a way to protect Kate even if she is determined to make it difficult. Failure means somebody dies... Kate O'Malley's specialty is hostage situations-defusing human time bombs before they go off. She will walk into the middle of a crisis if that's what is necessary to settle a situation. She's learned to let others see what she wants them to see. She's learned to depend on herself. Only herself. People die if she fails. Failure is what someone wants... Kate is a target. Someone's been sending her black roses. Maybe the same person who just blew up an airplane...and blamed Kate. Then the investigation brings up the one name Kate hoped never to hear again...and she's faces with the shocking evidence that the bomber may be someone she knows. Now she has to decide if Dave-and the God he trusts so implicitly-is all he's supposed to be. And Dave is about to discover that loving a hostage negotiator is one thing, but keeping her safe is another matter entirely."--BOOK COVER.
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This is the second book in the series and while the characters are enjoyable, the plot gets convoluted when the investigators try to unravel the motivation behind the various crimes. Read full review
Kate O'Malley is tops in hostage negotiating. She can go into a dangerous situation and remain apparently detatched or even bored as she works to safely diffuse the problem. However, her life suddenly ... Read full review