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More Than You Know
by Meg Chittenden Berkley Sensation

Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 0425192105

Rating: 8/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards


A mystery to be enjoyed by all mystery fans. With touches of thriller and romance, More Than You Know is one of those books that stands on its own merits. FBI Agent Nick Ciacia (pronounced cha-cha) has come full circle from the day he attended his murdered father's funeral as a child to learning the identity and location of the killer whom he still wants to catch. The killer, called The Snowman because of his light hair, is living in Seattle and works as a sales rep for a drug company. And he is married to Madison Sloane whom Nick plans to use to trace the Snowman, now known as Bart Williams. But fate has other plans for the characters in this story and Nick finds himself tracking an organization he didn't know existed instead of just one man. More Than you Know is a well-written story with several subplots that twist and turn through the plot, drawing the reader into the lives of realistic people you might see on the street or call friend. A thoroughly enjoyable tale highly recommended by this reader.



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