Friday, February 6, 2015

Review: The Kill List by Nichole Christoff


As a top private eye turned security specialist, Jamie Sinclair has worked hard to put her broken marriage behind her. But when her lying, cheating ex-husband, army colonel Tim Thorp, calls with the news that his three-year-old daughter has been kidnapped, he begs Jamie to come find her. For the sake of the child, Jamie knows she can’t refuse. Now, despite the past, she’ll do everything in her power to bring little Brooke Thorp home alive.

Soon Jamie is back at Fort Leeds—the army base in New Jersey’s Pine Barrens where she grew up, the only child of a two-star general—chasing down leads and forging an uneasy alliance with the stern military police commander and the exacting FBI agent working Brooke’s case. But because Jamie’s father is now a U.S. senator, her recent run-in with a disturbed stalker is all over the news, and when she starts receiving gruesome threats echoing the stalker’s last words, she can’t shake the feeling that her investigation may be about more than a missing girl—and that someone very powerful is hiding something very significant . . . and very sinister.

Publication Date: December 2, 2014

The Kill List was a great romantic suspense novel. The tension was spot on in the book and I finished the book in less than a day because I was so caught up in the kidnapping plot.

Jamie was a great lead character. I thought she’d grate on me at first because the author made it seem like every male character fell madly in love with her at first sight. But once the romance became more focused, I got more into the relationship part of the book.

I did like that Jamie was a strong and smart female lead. She has her issues and I thought her perceived flaws gave her a much-needed softness. Her relationships with her dad and ex-husband also made her a sympathetic lead.

Reading about Jamie’s race to save a little girl’s life made the book a very intense read. I thought the twists thrown in during the final chapters of the book elevated the thriller for me. I always love when an author can keep me guessing. This is the first book I’ve read by the author, but it definitely won’t be the last.

Rating: 4.5/5 Stars

Thanks to the publisher for a copy of the novel for review!


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