Fatal Flaw
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Fatal Flaw

3.37 of 5 stars 3.37  ·  rating details  ·  106 ratings  ·  10 reviews
A serial killer is targeting the women of Miers, Colorado, and so far the police have nothing to go on. Assigned to the investigation, Detective Casey O'Toole discovers two unsettling facts: the victims were all patients of a prominent plastic surgeon, and each of them bears an uncanny resemblance to her. When Dr. Mark Adams is ruled out as a suspect, he offers to assist C...more
Paperback, 384 pages
Published April 1st 2005 by Mira Books (first published January 1st 2005)
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Ingo
You know that you're in the 21st century when you read a real, printed book and just stopped yourself from tapping at words to look them up... Yupp, after 45 ebooks so far this year, this just happened to me. Real books: lacking a god GUI, font is not changeable, but at least it smells good. Got this book cheap, used and lucked out in getting a copy that looked like new, an easily removed sticker from the shop showing that it was not (given back unread? stock from a closed shop? I will never kno...more
Kassie
Despite easily pinpointing the serial killer's identity within the first 30 pages of the book, Fatal Flaw started off quick and set up an intriguing plot that kept me reading. I was very into the book until about the halfway point where the story line switched focuses from the murder investigation to dealing soley with the relationship between Mark and Casey. While their romance is a key part of the book, it seemed that the serial killer aspect was abandoned from about midway until the last 20 p...more
Jenny
Full disclosure: I never finished this book. I liked it at first - the narrative pulled me in, I enjoyed the set up and exposition, and the thriller elements were successful. However, about halfway through, I got bored. I wasn't enjoying the increasingly religious subject matter and tone. At some point, I picked up the book to keep reading and realized that I didn't care what happened to the characters. I don't plan to ever find out!
Kristina
I am so glad to be done with this book. It was not really good at all. I have read another book by Grey and loved it but this book couldn't have ended quick enough! You really could figure it out right away. And it was very repetitive. They both felt and said the same thing over and over. Not gonna recommend this one.
Mackenzie
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Megs Mlutz
Good book, which I have re-read twice. Good story line, although feel that it was slightly predictable. Good strong role model for main characters.well worth the read
Ashley
predictable murder mystery. Wish we could have read more about the love story between the main characters.
Heather
free book that i read a few chapters then stop. will try again to read later maybe
Sandy
It was very typical; I knew who the culprit was the entire time. 1.5/5 stars.
Audrey
It was good, even though somewhat predictable.
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