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This book was so intriguing I couldn't stop listening. I couldn't focus on anything but this story.
Victor receives a note that Dena the only mother Izabel has know is abducted. When arriving at Dena's house she is gone and another note is left telling Dorrian to call his x-wife (who has also been abducted) and a location for the New Order to meet the abductor. They also find out that Woodard's, the computer geek, two daughter's are abducted.
Victor, Dorrian, Niklas and Izabel go to the location and after receiving a competitive beating from Nora they capture her and take her to the New Order facility to be interrogated. Nora tells them that she knows a deep dark secret that each of them are hiding and they must confess the secret to save the lives of the abductees.
Some of the secrets Nora actually knows others she doesn't know but she is a master manipulator and very intuitive. With her skills she is able to get a few to confess without actually knowing their secret. While the confessions take place Victor and Niklas figure out where Nora came from.
When Fredrik shows up Nora knows she will not get a confession from him instead he will interrogate her. This is the scene that made me cringe, my heart race, and many OMG's said by me.
Luke Daniels, Nelson Hobbs, Kate Reinders, Stephen Bel Davies all gave compelling performances.
Absolutely worth the credit and an essential part of the series.
NOTE TO AUDIBLE: Book 5: The Black Wolf and Book 6: Behind The Hands That Kill are in print and WE NEED AT LEAST BOOK 5 NOW!!!!
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Seeds of Iniquity is Book 4 in the "In the Company of Killers" series. This is a thriller series that has some elements of romance novels (romance is not a genre I like). All four books available at Audible are superb. There is a Book 5 available as a Kindle book: The Black Wolf was released over 6 months ago. My request is that an Audible version be released.
The four novels in the series in my Audible library all have several narrators. The narration is outstanding.
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