If She Fled (A Kate Wise Mystery—Book 5)
By Blake Pierce
“A masterpiece of thriller and mystery. Blake Pierce did a magnificent job developing characters with a psychological side so well described that we feel inside their minds, follow their fears and cheer for their success. Full of twists, this book will keep you awake until the turn of the last page.”
--Books and Movie Reviews, Roberto Mattos (re Once Gone)
IF SHE FLED (A Kate Wise Mystery) is book #5 in a new psychological thriller series by bestselling author Blake Pierce.
When another 50 year old woman is found dead in her home in a wealthy suburb—the second such victim in just two months—the FBI is stumped. They must turn to their most brilliant mind—retired FBI agent Kate Wise, 55—to come back to the line of duty and solve it.
What do these two empty nesters have in common? Were they targeted?
How long until this serial killer strikes again?
And is Kate, though past her prime, still able to solve cases that no one else can?
An action-packed thriller with heart-pounding suspense, IF SHE FLED is book #5 in a riveting new series that will leave you turning pages late into the night.
Book #6 in the KATE WISE MYSTERY SERIES is also now available!
Can’t wait for the next one!5By Rayme ReViaImpulsive, semi-retired FBI Agent Kate Wise once again struggles with finding the perfect work/life balance. I disagree with other reviewers about the Author focusing on the issue of Kate’s age. I feel that the Author is simply providing background for those who have not read series books 1-4. I think this book is different because, while there are parallels, Kate takes a step back and actually sets limits in both her personal and professional lives. She is still on her journey of finding that perfect balance.
The storyline is the same...again1By Melmc20All the series and books within follow the SAME thread. Female lead gets a case, almost gets kicked off the case or actually does by a superior for some heroic act, female lead ignores superior, almost finds the killer, has the wrong guy, actually finds the killer, performs more heroics, superior is less mad. The End. Don’t forget the drama in the personal life. I like the characters but mix up the plot order at least a little.