Naked Eye (Fearless FBI, #4)
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Naked Eye (Fearless FBI #4)

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The greatest weapon against a serial killer?A girl with no fear.

An agent's work is never done.

Hot-shot recruit Gaia Moore has just managed to close one case -- and find her way back into the FBI's good graces -- when the Lollipop Murderer strikes again. Every minute that passes with the killer on the loose puts more innocent women in danger.

Gaia and Kim are closing in on t...more
Paperback, 232 pages
Published June 1st 2006 by Simon Pulse
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Can't believe she ended this series so abruptly. Hello I need me some Gaia-Ed moments.
Wai Lin
This is a girl, Gaia who's born without the gene fear. She strong and independent. She gets into a lot of trouble because she's not scared of anything and doesn't take caution of the aftermath. She goes into the FBI. Basically she gets herself into a whole turmoil because she goes by her instint and she doesn't really listen or take orders from anyone else. It's like a mystery book because her roommate friend goes missing and the FBI doesnt do anything about it, so she goes AWOL to search for he...more
Ugh. Well. First of all, I *REALLY* hope that the FBI in real life is far more strict with its recruits than depicted in Naked Eye (and its predecessors). As usual, Gaia spends the entirety of the novel doing and experiencing the same exact things she's been doing since, oh, I dunno, the first book of the Fearless series. It doesn't seem to matter how many times she breaks the same rules, she never seems to face any REAL consequences (well, there is the one, I suppose, but that would be a seriou...more
A great finale book for this series with Gina solving the case but what a cost to pay when he finally does find the lollipop murder!
Kelsie Gause
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This book (and both of the series) stomped on my heart. But, you just fall so in love with the heroine that you keep coming back. Maybe this time nobody she cares about will die. Maybe not. (Someone dies 80% of the time). You need nerves of steel to read this and, no matter what, you will ugly cry.
Sep 24, 2008 Kayla added it
dont read it there is too much swaring in the first three paes. Plus its the fourth book not the first.
It was Pretty good until the end which was so sad. i couldn't stop crying.
nicki moeller
pretty good... one not so clean part, but otherwise not a bad book.
Sonja T
The ending of this book still bothers me! I wanted more
i already wrote a paper book report
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