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Ve received an anonymous poem predicting a string of murders ending with Kaely's the reporter's ulterior motives bring his claim into uestion But when a body is found that fits the poem's predictions the threat is undeniable and the FBI sends Special Agent Noah Hunter to St LouisInitially resentf Oh my goodness This was such a good read I loved how the author made the book fairly long without seeming draggy AT ALL I mean I read it in one day ONE DAY It was definitely very well paced I really enjoyed the murder mystery I have a tendency to dislike murder related creepier stories because they CREEP THE CREEPS OUT OF ME but I think this one was done well There was one creepy part but it was very lightly creepy The story itself is very original I've never read a book with a character like Kaely I really enjoyed her way of solving crimes Everything is solved by pure facts intuition instead of luck There were a couple of times where a character's POV suddenly switched to another character's POV without any notice without any dividers italicization etc and I found that really confusing I'm sure it's just a little issue in formatting that the ARC copies have though?Overall I really liked Mind Games I'd certainly recommend it to anyone who's interested in FBI solving crimes 4 starsFTC DISCLOSURE I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review All thoughts are my own and a positive review was not reuired

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Mind Games Kaely uinn Profiler #1Ul of the assignment Noah is surprised at how uickly his respect for Kaely grows despite her oddities But with a brazen serial killer who breaks all the normal patterns on the loose Noah and Kaely are tested to their limits to catch the murderer before anyone else including Kaely herself is kille First off I must confess that I have a few other books by Nancy Mehl sitting on my shelf unread It's not due to lack of interest but a case of way too many books and way too little reading time I've often fantasized I could clone myself just to get reading in That being said I wished I wouldn't have waited this long to discover her writing because this book was beyond my expectations I've read a LOT of suspense in a LOT of various topics subjects written in this genre however the combination of thrillerpsychological angle added an extra layer that had me hooked from the start It's just like the title conveys a definite mind game for both the reader and Kaely uinn Step into her world and it's as if you've stepped into a whole other dimension where the game of cat and mouse has dangerous fatal conseuencesKaely's character was excellently portrayed; she's smart as a whip excels in her job as an FBI behavioral analyst and has a natural knack for reading people She's what I would call a slayer of human monsters; those who kill without remorse or thought for life The killer who has a personal vendetta against her wants to trip her up make her doubt her abilities and mete out revenge for some unknown crime committed against him She's desperately racing against time to save not only herself but those who are victims in a sick twisted poem the killer writes just for her With the help of special agent Noah Hunter as lead can they stop this reign of terror and bring the psycho to justice before its too late? Like I said this exceeded my expectations I had an inkling of who might be behind it all about halfway through but not until the very end did I find out if I was correct or not Mehl throws in a lot of twists and turns to throw off the reader The only thing I was a little disappointed in there wasn't a lot of romance in the story It was hinted at and subtly under the surface but it never fully developed I love romantic suspense and watching the hero and heroine falling in love in the midst of danger In spite of this it didn't deter my enjoyment of the story And I get to look forward to the second book where we revisit both Kaely and Noah so there's hope for romance yet A definite page turner and a thrilling mind game all through the pages I honestly couldn't put this down She hooked me from the start and never let up on the tension throughout I really love an author who can stump you and keep you guessing until the very end I received a complimentary copy from Bethany House and was under no obligation to leave a positive review All opinions are my own

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read reader ç Mind Games Kaely uinn Profiler #1 ´ Paperback ´ mbjuk × Kaely uinn's talents as an FBI behavior analyst are impossible to ignore no matter how unorthodox her methods But when a reporter outs her as the daughter of an infamous serial killer she's demoted to field agent and transfKaely uinn's talents as an FBI behavior analyst are impossible to ignore no matter how unorthodox her methods But when a reporter outs her as the daughter of an infamous serial killer she's demoted to field agent and transferred to St LouisWhen the same reporter who ruined her career claims to ha Nearly finished but gave upRead this if you're a Christian in need of a pep talk of how much God loves you or if you're looking to convert to Christianity Otherwise you'll spend your time rolling your eyes at the blatant agenda Nancy Mehl is pushing I'm aware religion can be a big part of one's identity and people will naturally talk about it I know this and I actually kinda like faithful characters when they're done right Even though I'm an atheist strong beliefs can make the character realistic and faith is a common one I encounter in the real world However when there are pages dedicated to how great God is and why JessicaKaely believes in him literally pages it's too muchThe dialogue was awful and unnatural The characters were even worse Why is Kaely good at everything? Her only flaw is that some people think she's a little weird but that doesn't matter much considering everybody else bows down to her Kaely was absolutely horrific to read about and impossible to empathize with