QR Code Killer

QR Code Killer

QR Code Killer Mad Dog Weber relentlessly pursues the killer Zeus only the hunter has now become the hunted Zeus tauntingly mocks Mad Dog sending warnings and then grisly images via QR Codes as he eliminates those

  • Title: QR Code Killer
  • Author: Shanna Hatfield
  • ISBN: 9781470027032
  • Page: 373
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mad Dog Weber relentlessly pursues the killer Zeus, only the hunter has now become the hunted Zeus tauntingly mocks Mad Dog, sending warnings and then grisly images via QR Codes as he eliminates those in his way, ever widening his swath of destruction Erik Moore struggles to overcome his grief and make it through one day, then another Running from his past and the painMad Dog Weber relentlessly pursues the killer Zeus, only the hunter has now become the hunted Zeus tauntingly mocks Mad Dog, sending warnings and then grisly images via QR Codes as he eliminates those in his way, ever widening his swath of destruction Erik Moore struggles to overcome his grief and make it through one day, then another Running from his past and the pain of losing his wife and unborn baby, Erik finds himself in Walla Walla, WA, installing wind turbines on a century farm for the summer Little did he know that choice would lead him directly into the path of a madman and down a road filled with many unexpected turns From the water front of Seattle to the rolling hills of wheat and beautiful vineyards of the Walla Walla Valley, Mad Dog and Erik race to stop Zeus before he makes things really personal.

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    QR Killer by Shanna Hatfield is one very powerful romantic-suspense book, it held my attention from the very first page to the last paragraph. Question is can you figure out who theQR Killer is, before he is revealed? The romance between Maddie and Erik is so enduring, compassionate, and heartfelt, plus the suspense is addictive, QR Killer delivers on both.So if you are looking for a romantic-suspense book that will keep you on the edge of your seat, I highly recommend this book. One of the best [...]

    **bonk** Ouch! **bonk** Ouch! **bonk** Ouch! That is the sound of the book hitting me over the head with the extremely obvious clues until I was dizzy but the dumb as dirt, brilliant detective couldn't figure out who the killer was until the very end. Let me first say, this is the first heterosexual romance I've read in awhile. I had read several mediocre M/M romances in a row and was ready for something different. I bought this by accident because of a marketing ploy that probably shot Hatfield [...]

    This book was not what expected. It was a mystery and a romance novel combined into one. The book was still entertaining to read and even had a surprise ending. The storyline was very easy to follow which made it an easy read.

    Written by my friend Shanna. I liked the plot. The overall feel was more romance than suspense. A quick read.

    Taken from my review:New to Shanna Hatfield's work, I admit I was a bit suspicious of a free book - but on the other hand, hey, free book! I would up being glad that I picked it up.Romance is also a genre that is generally outside of my purview, so I wasn't entirely certain as to what to expect. However, what I found was an enjoyable and distinct cast, and an intriguing mystery that I had only barely solved before it was officially unveiled. I believe this was the author's intent, however, to c [...]

    The QR Cod Killer was a reasonably well-written book but in a lot of situations I felt the author had stretched the ability to believe in what she'd written until it was a rather taut string stretched over a very long distance. The situations the Detective, Mad Dog Weber found herself in (and yes, that' is correct. Mad Dog is a woman!)asked for a suspension of belief I just wasn't capable of. The killer scenario was well-written and the suspense was kept moving along at a reasonable speed, but s [...]

    "QR Code Killer" by Shanna Hatfield is a great read. It is about a rather personal feud between young police officer Mad Dog / Maddie Weber and a killer named Zeus. In a action packed opening sequence Maddie loses one of her colleagues as she tries to catch a key witness to locate Zeus. The ensuing cat and mouse game between Zeus and Maddie becomes personal, as does the relationship between Maddie and Eric, the man her father hired to protect her.Eric is a man with a past, which gives him enough [...]

    Probably a 3.5 rating.This is a book about a young cop--Maddie--who is trying to catch a drug dealer, killer--Zeus. There is romance, suspence, murder, family relations, etc. It was a clean romance, and I appreciate that.I really enjoyed the book, but there was a little too much violence for me. Also, I felt the author gave a few too many clues, and I was able to figure out who Zeus was before the brilliant detectives were able to.

    This book is a double edge sword. I knew who it was from the beginning or close to anyway. That part was frustrating. However, having said that, I kept going just because if was on a friends que. It turned out to be a pretty good read. I'm not sure if the person was suppose to be obvious or not but it was to me. Other than that it was an interesting read that kept me going.

    I really enjoyed this book. It was a quick read and it had a bad-ass female cop with a nickname of Mad Dog. The QR code part was not a big part of the story, and that was fine. It served its purpose, but it wasn't something that had to make or break the story.There was happiness, sadness, death and love in this story, and it didn't seem like it was all that far fetched.

    This book was pretty creative but, there are so many obvious things and moments where it stretches possibilities for events that it was a little struggle to continue reading. I'm not upset with it though as it's not a bad book and all.

    Recommend for the Suspense!What a good mystery and suspense, with romance intertwined to keep it from being too stressful, by one of my favorite authors. Well written with a wonderful cast of characters and story line. A clean romance. JudyE

    While this was a likable story, this suffered in comparison to a romantic suspense novel I read just before this (by Janice Cantore). I normally love everything that Ms Hatfield writes, but I am not sure I am sold on her romantic suspense.

    It was a decent book. I enjoyed reading it. Not really what I thought it was going to be like but was a good fast read.

    Very good. Mad Dog is a very strong woman able to withstand the attacks of the QR code killer. I knew who Zeus was going to be before it was it came out in the story.

    This was a wonderfully surprising book with just the right amount and combination of mystery, intrigue, suspense, action, and sweet romance. I definitely recommend reading it!

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