Heart of Ice
by Lis Wiehl with April Henry
"Elizabeth Avery could easily be the girl next door. But what she has planned will make your blood run cold. At first glance, the crimes appear random. Arson. Theft. Fraud. Murder. But these are more than random crimes. They're moves in an increasingly deadly game. And the one element they have in common: a woman who is gorgeous, clever...and lethal.
Elizabeth Avery has a winsome smile and flawless figure, but underneath is a heart of ice. She's a master manipulator, convincing strangers to do the unthinkable. And she orchestrates it all without getting too close. Until now.
When Elizabeth ruthlessly disposes of an inquisitive young reporter, her crime catches the attention of Federal Prosecutor Allison Pierce, FBI Special Agent Nicole Hedges, and crime reporter Cassidy Shaw. They know they're dealing with a cold-blooded murderer who could strike at any time. What they don't know is that they're already on a first-name basis with the killer. And one of them may be next on her list."
This was an amazing book! I was drawn right away to these characters. Heart of Ice is part of the "Triple Threat" series and it's true to the title of the series, the main three women are definitely a triple threat! I was upset that I was going in to this book not having read the rest in the series but I didn't find my self lost at all during the book. Heart of Ice is definitely a book that can be read separately then (or with) the series. One of the things I enjoyed was the person who "may be next on her list" is not the person I was expecting. I love when a book surprises me! It took me 3 days to finish this book but I found my self putting the book down to try to draw it out longer, then picking it right back up because I had to know what was going to happen next. Lis Wiehl and April Henry are amazing writers and I will absolutely be picking up the rest of the series to read. 4 star, possibly a 4.5 star book in my eyes!
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