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Heart of Ice by Lis Wiehl


A criminal is on the loose, one who is very good at making sure no one knows she is behind everything.  She will let nothing stand in her way, even people who consider her their friend.

Heart of Ice by Lis Wiehl is a fast paced crime novel and part of the Triple Threat series. Allison, Nicole and Cassidy are best friends who all have high profile jobs. Cassidy starts to take a Bootcamp fitness class and is befriended by the instructor, Elizabeth Avery. Little does she know Elizabeth is a criminal and a master at getting what she wants. With the help of her friends, Cassidy learns that she and her friends could be the next victims on Elizabeth’s hit list.

This is an enthralling read. This fast paced action and multiple points of view the reader has make this a tough book to put down. It was gripping story and any possible offensive content was handled with care making it not offensive at all. I can see how some people would really get into this series and want to know all they can about the characters that are presented. If you like high energy, fast paced thrillers, this is the book for you.

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