LJ's Reviews > The Killing Hour

The Killing Hour by Lisa Gardner
Rate this book
Clear rating

's review
Sep 08, 2007

liked it
bookshelves: suspense, police_procedural, georgia, contemporary_post_1945
Read in July, 2003

Lisa Gardner – 6th book
FBI trainee, Kimberley Quincy is jogging on the PT course and finds the body of a girl that has a startling resemblance to her dead sister, Mandy. Georgia Bureau of Investigation Agent Mac McCormick has been on the trail of the killer dubbed the 'Eco-Killer' for five years. When the killer strikes states away from his normal hunting ground, Mac knows that the stakes have been raised. It is a race against time as Mac and Kimberley scramble to find the two victims that are still alive somewhere, dumped in an almost impossible environment to survive.

I’ll admit I like the “race against the clock” plots, and this one is extremely good. Every time you think they’re done, there’s more. This was one suspenseful ride!

Sign into Goodreads to see if any of your friends have read The Killing Hour.
Sign In »

No comments have been added yet.