[Read] ➹ A Perfect Evil (Maggie ODell, #1) ➵ Alex Kava – Reliableradio.co.uk

A Perfect Evil (Maggie ODell, #1) On July 17, Convicted Serial Killer Ronald Jeffreys Was Executed For Three Heinous Murders He Went To His Grave With A Terrible Truth No One Would Listen To.Three Months Later, Another Body Is Found, Killed In The Same Style As Jeffreys Victims.Is There A Copycat Killer On The Loose Or Is This The Real Thing Sheriff Nick Morrelli Isn T Equipped To Deal With This Case That Is Terrorizing The Small, Close Knit Community Of Platte City, Nebraska Knowing He Needs Help, He Calls In One Of The FBI S Best Criminal Profilers, Maggie O Dell And With The Help Of A Small Town Sheriff Who Is Clearly Out Of His Depths, Maggie Starts To Put Together The Gruesome Picture Of A Killer The Picture Of Someone Who Has Already Been Executed For His Crimes.When Another Victim Is Found And A Third Kidnapped, Nick And Maggie Realize They Re Running Out Of Time And The Terrible Truth Begins To Become Clear Was Jeffreys Convicted Of Crimes He Didn T Commit Or Has A Cold Blooded Killer Been Given The Chance To Perfect His Crime


10 thoughts on “A Perfect Evil (Maggie ODell, #1)

  1. says:

    Ooh, almost Christmas time Tis the season for murder make sure you say murder in a creepy voice in your head What, you trying to tell me that you DON T have a creepy voice in your head Then, you are a liar Now that I have thoroughly offended anyone w


  2. says:

    I found this book to be a bit of a mixture and therefore not easy to review On the one hand it was very readable and I never actually put it to one side and went off to read something else On the other hand neither did I wave it in the air at the end and say w


  3. says:

    When a young boy goes missing and is found brutally murdered in Platte City Nebraska days later, Sheriff Nick Morelli is advised to get help from FBI profiler Maggie O Dell, especially after it appears to match previous crimes of a serial killer who was executed months


  4. says:

    3.5 stars but not really good enough for 4.A Perfect Evil is Alex Kava s first book in the series featuring Maggie O Dell, a feisty and thorough FBI profiler ODell is brought into a small town in Nebraska after a child murder bears the same signs of recent spate of seriel murders


  5. says:

    A Perfect Evil is Alex Kava s debut novel and the 1st book in her Maggie O Dell Series.We are introduced to FBI profiler, Maggie O Dell, who has been tasked with investigating the kidnap murders of three young boys in the small town of Platte City, Nebraska.Working with the town s sheriff,


  6. says:

    It s hard to know where to start with this one I thought I was on the verge of kicking off a new, smart female centric series that I could get my teeth into What I ended up with was a sub par, not very thrilling thriller with a ridiculous Mills Boon esque romance simmering, panting, and almost but n


  7. says:

    I did like the story but it did have some issues I liked the character Maggie O Dell It did have good character development I did not like the ending I am looking forward to the next book in the series I hear it is much better.There is animal cruelty.


  8. says:

    This books was truly terrible I wanted to quit by the 10th chapter, but I usually finish a book once it s started In this case it s a decision I deeply regret Time in my life that I could have spent reading something good, is now gone forever.None of the characters are at all likable and they are all downright stupid T


  9. says:

    When I discovered I had won book 8 in this series in a Goodreads drawing, my usual inability to read a series kicked in especially when I realized I had, in fact, already read book 3 in 2006 Yes, by itself and out of order I don t know how I did it, or why, but I decided to rectify the situation Thus, I acquired the entire serie


  10. says:

    I discovered Alex Kava back in 2007 when my husband bought it randomly as a birthday gift I was always into mystery and suspense novels so I knew I would probably like it, but I had no idea I was going to love it this much Maggie is an FBI agent a profiler who s on the hunt for a serial killer It sounds like your average murder mystery I


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