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Flashover (Georgia Skeehan #2)

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The fiery deaths of two doctors turn up the heat for New York fire marshal Georgia Skeehan. And when evidence surfaces indicating there is an arsonist-and a murderer-within the FDNY, Georgia faces blasts of betrayal from every direction.
Paperback, 384 pages
Published February 25th 2003 by Jove (first published 2002)
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Gabrielle
Apr 06, 2014 Gabrielle rated it really liked it
This book is about two doctors that are killed in a fire. The fire shows signs of a "Flashover" which is a term used when the combustion of a room and everything in it go up in flames at one time. While investigating Marshal Georgia Skeehan finds out that both of the doctors/victims made a habit of no letting disabled firefighters have compensation. That when Georgia realizes she might be dealing with an arsonist and a murderer. Georgia must find the man or woman that did this horrible crime bef ...more
Cynthia  Scott
Aug 12, 2015 Cynthia Scott rated it it was amazing
I enjoyed every minute of this book. It read very much like a Michael Crichton thriller/mystery, full of science and interesting facts, as well as the very human stories of the people involved. In this case, the book is about the nature of structural fires, forensic fire research, history of two generations of firefighters in New York.

Great read, but hard to put down!
Connie
May 27, 2011 Connie rated it really liked it
I had a hard time getting into this book, but once that I did, it was good. This is #2 in Georgia Skeehan series. I have now read the first two and there is one more, so when I find the last one I will probably read it too. I thought at first it was a bit hard to follow. I was a little surprised by who the bad buy was, but it did make sense at the end.

Barbara Kugler
Mar 11, 2015 Barbara Kugler rated it really liked it
I really enjoyed this book. The characters were well developed, there was engaging mystery and suspense. I have read a lot of police procedural and mystery books and the fact that this was about fire marshals was intriguing.






Carole Anderson
Oct 28, 2015 Carole Anderson rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Diana Donnelly
Wow - I love this author. This was an amazing, fascinating, fulling engaging book! So well written, highlighting the sacrifices firefighters make while telling a story that is both horrific and spell binding! Fantastic!
Vicki
Tense and exciting, with wonderful characters. I'm surprised that this series featuring FDNY Fire Marshal Georgia Skeehan isn't better known.
Bret Kinghorn
Sep 14, 2015 Bret Kinghorn rated it really liked it
This second book of the series was just as good as the first.
Ed
Aug 16, 2012 Ed rated it liked it
Shelves: law-enforcement, nyc
#2 in the Georgia Skehan, NYFD Marshal series.

Georgia Skeehan and partner Randy Carter investigate a fire that took the life of a doctor with a history of denying pensions to disabled firefighters. Georgia's best friend, NYPD detective Connie Ruiz, confirms there is a bomb threat and that whoever is behind it knew the retired doctor. They are too late to save a second M.D. from a similar fate. Connie mysteriously disappears and Georgia's lover,Mac, is found in a blood-splattered apartment, with
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Ruth
Jan 27, 2009 Ruth rated it liked it
Shelves: mysteries
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Kyra
Dec 13, 2009 Kyra rated it liked it
More 'airport' reading. This is pretty darn good too, except the final plot twist was really unnecessary and pretty dumb. Good characterization, well written, interesting factual material presented in a non-boring way. Definitely interesting enough that I will look out her other books.
Scott Miller
Apr 28, 2015 Scott Miller rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Chazin came up with an even better story in the second Skeehan novel. More twists and a villain I caught on to just a little too quickly....but all in all a great read. There is only one book left so I hope that Ms. Chazin is working on the fourth book in the series.
Tania
Sep 07, 2013 Tania rated it liked it
Shelves: bookcrossing
This copy is an ex library one... But not the library that I work in. It comes from down the road in Wellington.
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