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The Wharf (Brody Law #3)

3.96  ·  Rating Details ·  49 Ratings  ·  12 Reviews
True crime writer Kacie Manning vowed to expose the serial killer suspected of murdering her mother. And she was going to use the killer's son to do it. But Ryan Brody wasn't at all what she expected….

The sexy police chief hoped Kacie could clear his father's name, never expecting the beautiful journalist to have other motives. Then her life was threatened, and Ryan's prot
Paperback, 224 pages
Published August 19th 2014 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2014)
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I started this at a disadvantage because I haven't read the first two books in the series, but I felt like I got up to speed pretty quickly. Ryan is the third son of a respected San Francisco police detective who was suspected of being a serial killer before he jumped from the Golden Gate bridge. He and his three brothers have never accepted it and are determined to prove their father innocent. Ryan was contacted by Kacie, a best selling true crime author, who wants to write his father's story. ...more
Virginia Campbell
The "Brody Law" series from Carol Ericson continues to sizzle with Book Three, "The Wharf". Once again combing suspense and sensuality with scintillating results, the author continues the hunt for "The Phone Book Killer" and the truth surrounding respected San Francisco police officer Joseph Brody's supposed guilt and suicide. Brody's four sons were devastated by the implication of their father being a serial killer, and his suicide via a leap from the Golden Gate Bridge was a stunning loss. Sma ...more
JL Coy
Aug 24, 2014 JL Coy rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Carol Ericson weaves in another story of the Brody brothers and their quest to clear their father’s name of being a serial killer. This time Ryan Brody is working with Kacie Manning to write a book about the Phone Book Killer. He’s hoping it’s what’s needed to clear his father’s name, but Kacie has a totally different agenda. She wants to prove his father is guilty of being the serial killer that took her mother’s life.
But, Kacie and Ryan connect physically from their first encounter when Ryan s
Valri Western
Aug 28, 2014 Valri Western rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I am really enjoying this series by Carol. This is book #3 and is Ryan's story. He is the police chief of a small town outside of San Francisco but comes into San Fran to help out the true crime write, Kacie. She wants to find out who the serial killer is that killed her mother but doesn't tell Ryan that because she feels it's his father. Ryan wants to work with her to expose who the real killer was many years ago and exonerate his father who he feels was unjustly accused! Kacie is threatened al ...more
Debbie Heaton
Feb 02, 2015 Debbie Heaton rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
In Erickson’s romantic suspense novel, true crime writer Kacie Manning is determined to expose the serial killer suspected of murdering her mother and she’s willing to use anything to accomplish that, including police chief Ryan Brody. As the son of the alleged serial killer, Kacie initiates a plan of action but is surprised when Ryan is nothing like she expected him to be.

Ryan, on the other hand, has high hopes that Kacie will clear his father’s name, never once suspecting the journalist to ha
Jan 31, 2016 Syntax787 rated it really liked it
This is the third book in the Brody Law series. I didn't know that when I first decided to read it, the book was a gift. I thought this book was pretty good. I thought the prose was great, the story had a nice flow to it. Shockingly, I could have done without the love scenes. The story was really good on its own, and I think the loves scenes made it stall a bit, even if they did serve a purpose (no spoilers here! lol). I would categorize this book as a beach read. I am pretty interested in seein ...more
Cassandra Cox
Apr 15, 2015 Cassandra Cox rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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Mary Lee
Aug 24, 2014 Mary Lee rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The Wharf (Brody Law #3) is Ericson at her best. The book's suspense plot reads like a thriller movie, one big moment leading to the next. The overall arc of the series plays a huge role in this book, and the end leaves you wishing the conclusion book, The Hill, was out now.
Police Chief Ryan Brody is a great character. He's a little less gruff than his brothers and when he falls for true crime writer Kacie Manning, he falls hard. Ericson blends the romance and intrigue perfectly in The Wharf. Sh
Tammy Yenalavitch
The Wharf by Carol Ericson is the third book in the Brody Law series. It has a fast moving plot with lots of twists that kept me turning the pages. Ryan Brody is a great hero and I loved his connection with Kacie. This is a great read and I am looking forward to The Hill to see how this series ends.
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"Explosive chemistry between the leads and fast-paced intrigue will keep readers enthralled. There are several still-unsolved mysteries, but there’s one big reveal at the end, right out of left field" (RT Book Reviews)

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