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Cold Moon The hunt for mass murderer Cara Lindstrom is over FBI Special Agent Matthew Roarke has been working for this moment the capture of a killer who savagely hunts the worst of humanity But Roarke remains

  • Title: Cold Moon
  • Author: Alexandra Sokoloff
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  • Page: 203
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The hunt for mass murderer Cara Lindstrom is over FBI Special Agent Matthew Roarke has been working for this moment the capture of a killer who savagely hunts the worst of humanity But Roarke remains traumatized by his own near death at the hands of the serial killer who slaughtered Cara s family and haunted by the enigmatic woman who saved his life.Then the sixteen yeaThe hunt for mass murderer Cara Lindstrom is over FBI Special Agent Matthew Roarke has been working for this moment the capture of a killer who savagely hunts the worst of humanity But Roarke remains traumatized by his own near death at the hands of the serial killer who slaughtered Cara s family and haunted by the enigmatic woman who saved his life.Then the sixteen year old prostitute who witnessed Cara s most recent murder goes missing, and suddenly pimps are turning up dead on the streets of San Francisco, killed with an MO eerily similar to Cara s handiwork.Is a new killer on the loose with a mission even deadly than hers In the pulse pounding third Huntress FBI Thrillers book, Roarke will have to go on the hunt and every woman he meets, even those closest to him, may prove deadly.

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    1. Shelby *trains flying monkeys* on said:

      Let's get something out of the way. Alexandra Sokoloff writes a damn fine book. I thought her edge might wear off but she stays strong. This is the third book in her Huntress/FBI storyline and I can't decide which one of them I love the most.She takes the time to research her writing, there is good flow with her words and her characters come to life. Bravo.I'm done fangirling now so about the book.Cara Lindstorm has been arrested and suddenly the sixteen year old girl that was the prosecutions w [...]

    2. S.M. West on said:

      4.5 It STARSI anxiously waited for this third book in The Huntress/FBI Thrillers series and every agonizing moment was worth it! This begins with Cara incarcerated after having saved Roarke's life, facing charges for at least one of the murders. And Special Agent Matthew Roarke finds himself even more in turmoil as he struggles with ensuring the charges against Cara stick or hoping the case will fall apart.This dark journey continues we travel further into the deepest and darkest recesses of hum [...]

    3. Sue on said:

      Cold Moon by talented author Alexandra Sokoloff, is Book III in the Thriller Award-nominated Huntress/FBI series. Cold Moon is the sequel to Blood Moon. These books keep getting better and better! I am hooked on this series! So good!It is highly recommended that you read these books in sequence as the storyline continues on from where book one leaves off.The novels in this FBI thriller series include:Huntress Moon (Book 1) Published 2012Blood Moon (Book2) Published 2013Cold Moon. (Book3) Publish [...]

    4. Wendy'sThoughts on said:

      4 - 4.5 Yes, IT is All Around Us Stars * * * * 1/2Spoiler Free and On Sale for $1.99Do you believe there is an essence of evil That this force lives whether there is a host or notThat this "IT" has a life of its own and will prevail This is an idea which has been around forever long as we have experienced evil acts and I do not think the idea or question will disappear.In Cold Moon by Alexandra Sokoloff, we are shown in great detail how horrific acts are happening everyday to our most vulnerable [...]

    5. Jonetta on said:

      Originally posted on The Book NymphoMatt Roarke finally has Cara Lindstrom behind bars but he's extremely conflicted. Part of him knows it's where she belongs even if they might not have the evidence for all the murders they suspect are attributable to her. Then there's the part of him that is inexplicably drawn and connected to her. When other men turn up dead during her incarceration, Matt's suddenly faced with the prospect of multiple killers using the same modis operandi. I'm so fascinated w [...]

    6. Phrynne on said:

      This is such a good series and I was very happy to read that there is going to be at least one more. This is essential because this particular book leaves a lot of things open and I really want to know what happens next. I love the main characters but cannot visualise how Roarke and Cara can ever be together. I hope the author has something really clever up her sleeve:) Anyway to talk about this book in particular - it us every bit as exciting as the previous two. Lots of blood and gore, suspect [...]

    7. Rosa, really on said:

      I think I did a disservice to this series by reading this third book 2 minutes after finishing the second book, Blood Moon. All the things that bothered me just stood out more when I spent 20 hours in their company. (If I'd waited another month before starting Cold Moon, it'd probably be three stars for entertainment value.)For instance, I'm sick to fucking death of hearing about how gorgeous and perfect all the FBI agents are. Roarke, Epps, Singh. They're all super good looking and talented. I [...]

    8. ♛ Garima ♛ on said:

      This is my 1st review and I really wanted to it to be good but I guess I started with wrong book.First of all thanks to netalley for sending free copy in exchange of honest review so here it goes - I didn't like it because too slow for my taste and could not understand why the novel is of 400+ pages and divided into 90+ chapters when it could be way shorter and could have described in 20 chapters. When I started reading I though it is similar to 'The Hit' by David Baldacci and I really like that [...]

    9. Angela DeSilva on said:

      That was fantastic! Can't wait for book four. This is a must-read series for crime/thriller/serial killer book fans. A definite five-star read!

    10. Kel (Faerie-bookworm) on said:

      I received this from the author via NetGalley for an honest review.Wow what a ride! So many unexpected things. I really enjoyed reading this.

    11. Janet on said:

      So, this is the third instalment of the Moon trilogy and for me was probably my least favourite. Here we have a continuation of where the story left off from book two 2. Lindstrom is now incarcerated . but for how long?!! And Special Agent Roarke who is drawn to her in a way that he shouldn't is caught up in a case involving child prostitution. Characters from previous books have carried through both protagonists and suspects, cleverly interweaving storylines. These books can be read as standalo [...]

    12. March Shoggoth Madness The Haunted Reading Room on said:

      Review: COLD MOON by Alexandra Sokoloff(Huntress/FBI Thrillers Series Book 3)COLD MOON is the third in this trilogy, and as such, is the summit. Building on all the processes that commenced in HUNTRESS MOON, and intensified in BLOOD MOON, all becomes "meta" in COLD MOON:Metaphorical, metaphysical, meta-viral. Remember the "Anonymous" viral wave? Something of the same type occurs here, with much different rationale and consequences, focused on "Santa Muerte."I would love for this trilogy to conti [...]

    13. Nate on said:

      This might have been my favorite of the trilogy. Alexandra Sokoloff's writing continues to get better over time. The writing was tight, descriptive, and almost invisible as the plot unspooled with page-turning explosiveness. I really love these characters and the more rational take on serial murders and crimes against women. Such a viewpoint has long been missing from mystery/thriller/horror fiction, and I must say it's about time.

    14. Oana on said:

      Review to come.**ARC received via Netgalley, courtesy of author Alexandra Sokoloff, thank you.**

    15. Liz Barnsley on said:

      Words really can't express how much I'm enjoying this series - seriously addictive, most terrific storytelling and a real dark side that appeals.So this is the third novel to feature the serial killer who isn't, Cara Lindstrom and her befuddled would be captor Agent Roarke. In this instalment Cara is in jail but of course this is Cara we are talking about so how long she is likely to be there remains to be seen. Roarke meanwhile still fights his inner demons and considers crossing some more line [...]

    16. *Avonna on said:

      The wait was sooooo worth it! Cold Moon is the third book in 'The Huntress/FBI' series. This book, besides continuing the characters' story lines, is about child abduction and prostitution that is a cancer on our society. FBI Agent Roarke works with his team to solve the murder of pairs of johns and pimps that enslave and abuse children for profit. His continuing obsession for female serial killer, Cara Lindstrom once again has him questioning his ability to do his job and hoping the cases again [...]

    17. Sherry Fundin on said:

      After reading Blood Moon, Book II, by Alexandra Sokoloff, there was no way I could stop. I kept on reading through Cold Moon and Bitter Moon. Now I see we have Hunger Moon, which would be Book V, and I will jump through hoops to get my hands on it.The moon talks to Cara. Does it talk to you? What does it say?We begin with Roarke’s nightmare, waking him. Cara…She faces her own terror in the night, but vows IT will never take her.“Fair as the moon and cold as ice.”Roark’s team functions [...]

    18. Monica Mac on said:

      I swear, the books in this series are getting more gripping and amazing as they go!Roarke and Epps are knee deep in corpses - but who is responsible for them; Cara, Jade or someone else entirely? They seem to be chasing their tails quite a bit throughout this book and poor Roarke finds his heart torn into a million pieces by the case(s), and by the women involved, both victims and perpetrators. My heart broke over and over whilst reading about the girls in this book, it speaks to the skill of th [...]

    19. Theresa (TBC) (TT&B) on said:

      Book 3. Loved it. I’m really enjoying this series and if you want a book series to get your teeth into and watch it build, this is it! They could be read alone, but why? It’s a great series and to start at 1 & follow through the full story, it just grips & pulls you in. I love a book that pulls you in. Roarke is a great character, a female serial killer too! It’s just got the lotEnjoy!

    20. Albert on said:

      Cold Moon by Alexandra Sokoloff brings to a conclusion the trilogy that includes Huntress Moon and Blood Moon. The trilogy chronicles the hunt and capture of serial killer, Cara Lindstrom. Mass Murderer Cara Lindstrom is captured and imprisoned. But the murders she committed seem to have taken on a life their own now. The capture of Cara Lindstrom did not end the case for FBI Special Agent Matthew Roarke. His unhealthy obsession with Cara has jeopardized his career and personal life. He begins t [...]

    21. Arkgirl on said:

      Another excellent read in this series and not only do we explore more of the minds/thoughts of Cara Lindstrom and Matt Roarke but we also see more depth added to some of the others; I particularly enjoyed the fact that FBI agent Singh had a bigger role and it was good to see other aspects thrown into the mix.This is a pacy read with interesting and conflicted characters that really builds on the story lines from the first two books and I am delighted there will be more. I don't want to say much [...]

    22. Mo on said:

      I am loving this series it just keeps getting better and better . A female vigilante and a cop drawn together what’s not to love . Can’t wait to read instalment 4 . Thanks to tbc reviewers for my copy

    23. Loraine Holland on said:

      Oh my! This third book does not disappoint either. As the search for Cara continues the case Roarke is investigating gets more and more complicated . Will his team figure it out before it's too late? Will Roarke be able to do his job or will his emotions get the better of him? I raced through this book as I wanted to know and have answers to many questions, but at the same time I did not want it to end. Looking forward to the next instalment.

    24. Shelley on said:

      *Source* Publisher*Genre* Mystery*Rating* 4*My Thoughts*Cold Moon is the third installment in author Alexandra Sokoloff's The Huntress/FBI Thrillers series. As the story picks up, FBI Special Agent Matthew Roarke is suffering from the after effects of his battle against the Reaper and the fact that the woman he was supposed to hunt down and arrest, Cara Lindstrom, saved his life. Cara has become a cult hero now that she has been apprehended and faces a trial for the murder of a john. She is a di [...]

    25. Pamela on said:

      ARC received via Netgalley, courtesy of author Alexandra Sokoloff, with many thanks.This is the third novel in the "Huntress/FBI" series, and it's just as good as books one “Huntress Moon,” and two“Blood Moon.” That being said, before you grab “Cold Moon,” I highly suggest you read the first two novels in the series to get a better understanding of the characters and the story. Both novels are truly worth your time reading. In book three we find Cara in jail on one charge of murder. [...]

    26. Boundless Book Reviews on said:

      I don’t even know where to begin to write this review.  First off, I love this series.  These books and the overall story line of Roarke and his struggle to bring in Cara has been riveting.  Now that she is behind bars he is plagued with guilt.  She saved him and how can he condemn someone who takes out the worst in society?  The ones that the justice system lets fall through the cracks, the ones who prey on the weak. But nothing is ever simple with Cara, while she is awaiting pre-trail [...]

    27. Vivienne on said:

      To avoid spoilers for the first two in the series I cannot quote from the publisher's synopsis, apart from saying that this follows on from the events in the earlier books about the hunt for the woman known as Huntress by the F.B.I. as she continues her war against sex-traffickers. These books only really work if you read in order. This proved a satisfying conclusion to this trilogy. I loved the introduction of Santa Muerte as a protector of women and avenger over shadowing the already almost my [...]

    28. Emma on said:

      Brilliant book in a very good series. Hopefully not the end?? Sokoloff writes something a bit different from the norm and when you come across these three books after reading numerous other crime titles, it really hits you that there is something individual about these stories. The author manages to depict a realistic image of the darker side of society and the effects it has on people while also making the reader questionthe choices of those involved in 'cleaning' it up. What is the moral right [...]

    29. Christine on said:

      You think you might have this book figured out and then a few twists and turns happen and you are left wondering how you got there. Cara is in prison and Roarke is all over the place. It never seems like he sleeps more than an hour or two, yet can work for days straight- no wonder he often sees things. The book ends with an opening for another- which I hope happens. Many things left unanswered. I am "patiently" waiting for "Wolf Moon".I received a free copy from NetGalley in exchange for an hone [...]

    30. J.D. on said:

      The third installment of Alexandra Sokoloff's "Huntress" series is the best yet, as vigilante serial killer Cara Lindstrom begins to acquire a following and troubled FBI agent Matthew Roarke's obsession with her deepens. Cara's becoming an epic figure, as her never-ending battle against the evil she knows only as It begins to take on an almost mythic tone. Sokoloff's prose is, as always, dark, melodic and passionate, and her gift for setting an eerie scene is second to none. Highly recommended.

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