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Khaki = Killer (Color of Evil, #3)

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HAKI = KILLER, the third novel in THE COLOR OF EVIL series, follows young Tad McGreevy and friends at Cedar Falls' Sky High Lab School through the second semester of their senior year.

Recently named a "PageTurner" by Shelf Unbound magazine and NABE Pinnacle Thriller winner, the series details the adventures of the young man (Tad McGreevy) with the power to detect auras aro
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Kindle Edition, 220 pages
Published April 21st 2014 by Quad Cities' Press
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Dawn
Sep 01, 2014 rated it really liked it
I received a free ecopy of this book for an honest review.

This is the third book in the Color of Evil series but it is the first one I’ve read. I as hoping to read the first two before I read this one, but I ran out of time. Khaki=Killer stands along but I can tell that it would be even better if I’d read the other two books first.

This book is like two books in one, both based in the same town. One story is about Sean who is dealing with the possible loss of his wife, Melody, and his unborn baby
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Jacques Coulardeau
Oct 15, 2017 rated it really liked it
How can you support such a Trumpian vision?

Beware! Readers! We are changing genre, in spite of the title that implies we are going down lower and lower into the derangement of criminal minds. Here the criminal minds are more insane people who have personal demands of human contact more than any crime in mind, even when they come to realizing their desire that leads them to criminal actions. In fact, there is only one person concerned here and he is NOT criminal: He is a Vietnam hero who has been
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Heather Pearson
Jun 05, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: mystery
It's not easy being a teen, and sometimes it is downright dangerous. Such is the case with Tad McGreevy and his friend Stevie Scranton. During their ten years friendship, they have endured more than most people do in an entire lifetime. Tad has what could be termed a super power, that allows him to see colour auras around a person indicating their personality (including that of murderers who appear as khaki) and has been pursued by the violent Pogo the Clown aka Michael Clay, while Stevie has be ...more
Laura Thomas
May 09, 2014 rated it really liked it
Being the third book in this series, this may contain spoilers from the other books.

The author drops you right back into the story.

Michael Cray,AKA Pogo the Clown, is still roaming free, still plotting to kill Tad. So that was always in the back of mind. Especially when some local girls go missing.

Tad once again teams up with retired police officer Charlie Chandler to find the missing girls. The whole town joins in the search. Fear hangs over the small town like a fog bank.

Tad and Jenny are stil
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Amberr Meadows
Jul 14, 2014 rated it it was amazing
I’m reading the series backwards having missed book one and two of the series, but after finishing Khaki=Killer, I’m on a mission to start to start from book one. Connie Corcoran Wilson writes a wickedly good novel that will keep you engaged, enthralled, horrified, and entertained throughout. Well-rounded characters, a boy with psychic abilities to “see” the colors of evil, and intense side stories involving other characters all tie together with a beautiful precision leading to a powerful clima ...more
Patricia
Jun 24, 2014 rated it it was amazing
It took me a bit longer to prepare the review of Khaki-Killeras I read the previous two novels to get up to speed. Fortunately for me we've had some rainy days that keep me inside and well glued to my Kindle. I'm not completely comfortable with the classification of the Color of Evil Series as a YA novel. I'm thinking a NA designation would be a better genre.

This series has renewed my hatred of clowns, but the continuity of the writing and the story-line from The Color of Evil to Red is For Rage
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Mark Heath
May 31, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: thriller
Well I waited a long time for the third book, and I was not disappointed. Got back in to the characters very quickly. Is there going to be a fourth book, I do hope so? Buy all three books and read back to back , you will not be able to put them down. 10 out of 10.
Jessica Bronder
Nov 07, 2017 rated it really liked it
The small town of Cedar Falls Iowa has been turned on its head. Head cheerleader, Melody Harris Carpenter, has fallen from the top of a pyramid and is now in a coma and shortly thereafter two of her friends have disappeared. It seems that two of her friends have disappeared. The question is who did it, why, and where are the girls.

At the same time Michael Clay is back and going to stop Tad in one way or another. Tad and Stevie are determined to find the missing girls and will have to call in he
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Dixie Goode
This book was a dilemma for me. I had a hard time deciding how to rate it just as I had a hard time reading it and yet I could not just close it and walk away either. There is something odd about the style. It repeats so many details that I felt I was being addressed as if I were a second grader, "now that I showed you everything, let me explain everything again." It was almost as if one chapter was the story but the next chapter was the authors notes before writing that chapter. This was counte ...more
Misty
Jul 18, 2014 rated it it was amazing
This book was just as great as the previous to books in the series. And trust me, you want to start from the beginning of this story. So much has happened to all of the characters in this story over the course of the three book so far (I hope there is another one coming!). I am so deeply involved now... I have to know what happens to everyone. The book was full of drama, terror and intrigue. But also full of characters with deep friendships and relationships and also a dose of humor thrown in.

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Beverly
Sep 24, 2014 rated it really liked it
My thoughts:
Another thriller from Connie Corcoran Wilson. It's so hard to label her books as fantastic or great reads, as she tells tales that chill you to your soul - her skill at telling that story is the part that is fantastic and great. She has once again brought us into the world where Stevie and Tad live.

Khaki = Killer takes over right where Red is for Rage left off, giving us what we were looking for at the end of that second book. We are thrown back into their lives and are given another
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Pratr- Authors
Jun 29, 2014 rated it it was amazing
I received this book from the author and from Paranormal Romance and Authors That Rock.
Tad has grown up so much over the course of this series, and we now see him and his friends preparing to face the world as adults. Questions from book two are answered and more questions take there place as the dark side of humanity rears its ugly head once again. Connie Corcoran Wilson is a brilliant writer who manages to transport you into a real world, with real people and all their flaws in tetrachromatic
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Shoulanda August
Jul 13, 2014 rated it really liked it
I really liked this series

I think I need to read the other books to catch up and find out what's going on. But who really kidnaps their own kin, flesh in blood, and sister child for over ninety days. Then the sister doesn't realize that the same day her daughter went missing, so did her brother
Jessie Radford
Sep 27, 2014 rated it liked it
Proceed with caution....things get a bit gruesome from here. Don't say I didn't warn you
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Connie Corcoran Wilson has published 10 books since 2003. "Hellfire & Damnation" (www.HellfireandDamnationtheBook.com) came out in February, 2010. Her three volumes of true ghost stories of Route 66 (Ghostly Tales of Route 66, www.GhostlyTalesofRoute66.com) are out from Quixote and in E-book format from Quad City Press. Her first book ("Training the Teacher As A Champion") was published by PLS ...more