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Written by C. Renee


When a high-society call girl is murdered in her Georgetown home, investigators find two cameras hidden in the walls of her bedroom.

One has its memory erased, presumably by the murderer.

The second is connected to the Internet through an encrypted connection…and no-one knows who’s on the other end.

Special Agent Allison McNeil is asked by beleaguered FBI Director Clarence Mason to run an off-the-record investigation of the murder.

The most direct path to apprehending the killer is to find the videos, but with rumors that the victim’s client list may have included Mason’s political enemies, Allison worries about the director’s motives.

As she starts her investigation, she quickly discovers that she’s not the only one pursuing the videos. In fact, the most aggressive person racing against her might be the murderer himself.


This was my first thriller read and I was a little hesitant at first, whether or not I was going to like it but Jeff proved me wrong.

I seriously enjoyed it.

It was thrilling, cringe worthy (gory details) and was brilliantly written.

My most unhappy thoughts on this book were the changing between the characters without letting the reader know, which at one point got confusing.

You would get lost in the story line and it was hard to keep up, but in the end it was worth the read.

Allison’s thoughts.

A look at the ancient woman serving as Clarence Mason’s secretary made Allison wonder who was more fearsome in protecting the Director of the FBI, the single old woman or the two young Marines. Allison’s money was on the old lady.

Allison visited Jordi to get information.

“You right bastard,” he muttered at the screen in front of him. “You think you have me? Take this, bitchness.”

Mike and Allison’s conversation.

“You have a habit of eavesdropping,” Allison said. “It’s not polite.”

“Do you know what you call a polite reporter?” Mike waited a beat. “Unemployed.”

The song that suits this book is ‘ Fade Out Lines by The Avener’

I rate this book 4 stars.

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