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Flash point / Colby Marshall.

Marshall, Colby, (author.).

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  • 1 of 1 copy available at BC Interlibrary Connect. (Show)
  • 1 of 1 copy available at Castlegar Public Library.

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Castlegar Public Library FIC MAR (Text) 35146002024024 Fiction Volume hold Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 0727886320
  • ISBN: 9780727886323
  • Physical Description: viii, 280 pages.
  • Edition: First world edition.
  • Publisher: Sutton, Surrey, England : Severn House Publishers, 2016.

Content descriptions

Summary, etc.: Dr Jenna Ramey's newest case is a nightmare on a whole new scale, and it will find her BAU team (Behavioural Analysis Unit, an FBI Department) running point for a type of investigation they're almost never brought into, much less asked to lead. A band of ruthless assassins converges on a bank in Washington, D.C. They slaughter everyone inside and all escape without stealing a dime and leaving only a message for police warning that another attack is coming. The attackers are more than willing to communicate who they are and what they want. The problem is, they only do so through cryptic messages hidden in a labyrinth of classic literature references. With the clock ticking down the hours and minutes until another bloodbath, Jenna and the rest of the BAU team have a challenge profiling not one or two, but a dozen individual killers. But even if she is able to save the day, two enemies from her past are lurking right in her blind spot, ready to take advantage of her current preoccupation...
Subject: United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation > Officials and employees > Fiction.
Ramey, Jenna (Fictitious character) > Fiction.
Synesthesia > Fiction.
Forensic psychiatrists > Fiction.
Criminal profilers > Fiction.
Quotations in literature > Fiction.
Criminal behavior, Prediction of > Fiction.
Murder > Investigation > Fiction.
Washington (D.C.) > Fiction.
Genre: Psychological thrillers.

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