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Publisher's Summary

FBI Special Agent Ava McLane solves crimes; she doesn't witness them. When she's trapped in a mall without her weapon as a shooter picks off victims, she hides with a wounded teen and prays for her survival.
But that's only the beginning....
An epidemic of mass shootings has has swept across Oregon. The young shooters terrify the public, committing random murders before taking their own lives. The task force assembled to solve the case - which includes Ava's boyfriend, detective Mason Callahan - remains stumped. And on top of this chaos, Ava's troubled twin sister reappears, throwing Ava's already-tumultuous life into a tailspin.
An old-fashioned cop with a strong sense of duty, Mason struggles to find the cause of the shootings as workaholic Ava spins ever closer to breaking down. But can one detective save the lives of countless innocents - and prevent the woman he loves from going over the edge?
©2015 Kendra Elliot (P)2015 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
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4 out of 5 stars
By Tifflovesbooks on 07-15-15

Great Series But...

If you could sum up Spiraled in three words, what would they be?

Another good story, BUT the main woman character, Ava, got accidentally shot in the first book, Vanished. So, ok she's an FBI agent, comes with the territory. Then in the second book, Bridged, she gets taken by the bad guy and is in danger. It could happen. BUT now in this book she is in danger again, TWICE. She is in a random mall shooting at the beginning of the book and in danger, then the bad guy sets his sights on her and goes after her and she's in danger AGAIN. This book just crossed the line on reality for me. No one is that unlucky.

Would you ever listen to anything by Kendra Elliot again?


What about Nick Podehl and Amy McFadden ’s performance did you like?

Great performances!!!

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Any additional comments?

Don't get me wrong, I would recommend this series. And the plot in this book was very original and interesting.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Me & My Girls on 06-15-15

Almost Good

Kendra Elliot is a very talented writer; she has a talent for getting the details right and creating an intricate plot line with strong psychological insights. Unfortunately much of what is positive in her books is negated by a few badly contrived aspects more reminiscent of lame modern network television detective shows.
First off is Ava's dreadful twin Jayne who has become a badly formed cliched train wreck who invariably slows the narration to a crawl. Then there is Ava's overreaction to her sister's actions; anyone who has reached the level in the bureau that she has would not react in the overwrought overly involved way that she does. Second is totally entertainment driven cliche of the out of control killer who turns his anger on the unsuspecting law officer. This is a turn of events that I've yet to read about in any type of material regarding law enforcement. A stalking or any type of concentrated attack on a police officer is usually predicated on a general anger against either police officers as a group or authority in general. In the all the works of the author that deal with law enforcement some criminal always has a strong personal grudge against a specific officer. In the case of Ava McClain however a criminal with a personal vendetta has now threatened and almost taken her life in all three books in this series. Number four is the female protagonist often reacts in ways that would shame any academy rookie. I'll try not to give too much of the story away but any law enforcement who is continually caught without their firearm; well it's just difficult to believe. It's a shame since there are so many facets of her books that I like, but I think that this is my last Kendra Elliot novel.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Eunice. C on 07-23-16


I really enjoyed this audio book and believe it or not so did my husband. He had it playing all night because he wanted to know how it ended. He doesn't do books!!! I have read many of Kendra's books and this doesn't disappoint. Well written and thought out. Loved it.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Fleetwoodboy on 07-13-16

Know yourself

Another really good tale in this series . Exciting , twisting and packed full of incidents. Clever plot and fluid dialogue make this a good book to read or listen to .

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