Meet the agent with an impossible directive: solve the FBI's most bizarre cases.
In Detroit's quiet Corktown neighborhood, a mutilated body has the residents nervous, and for good reason. Detroit Metro Police recognize the handiwork of the serial killer known as the Doctor. But there’s a problem with that. They locked him up seven years ago.
Fiery FBI agent Abby Kane is tasked with figuring out how this madman is able to kill again. When she visits the Doctor behind bars, he swears he’s innocent and not the psychopath everyone thinks he is. Oddly enough, Abby believes him.
If you like James Patterson, Harlan Coben, and David Baldacci, you’ll love the equally thrilling and highly addictive Abby Kane series.
What readers are saying:
★★★★★ Corktown is a great start to a captivating series of Abby Kane thrillers.
★★★★★ Hutchinson is a runner up to Patterson for fast-paced and smooth running plots.
★★★★★ Great storyline. Memorable cast. And a few curveballs.
★★★★★ I truly enjoy the character of Abby Kane.
★★★★★ The best book I have read in a long time. I look forward to reading the rest of the series.
★★★★★ The city of Detroit, the FBI, and Abby make for a powerful triad of a novel.
★★★★★ This is the first novel of Ty's that I've read, and it won't be the last.
★★★★★ I had to put the book down for a few minutes just to take a breath.
Corktown is book one in the Abby Kane series from USA Today bestselling author Ty Hutchinson. A page-turning thriller that dives headfirst into the grit of Detroit.
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Very good story. Enthralling with twists and turns, some heartbreak and surprises. Heroine is a bit different but very intriguing
All in all an interesting story, but Abby Kane is a misfit, nasty, and what’s with everyone always getting on her nerves. She always wants to punch someone. And when a Bimbo who introduces herself in a narcissistic manor to someone she expects to answer her questions of course they don’t want. This character has absolutely no redeeming characteristics, looks like FBI are a bunch of bullies and idiots, which, for the most part, they are not. Like the story, not lead as is.
Wasn’t finished reading
When I was asked to pay again after iBooks crashed, AGAIN, like is does several times while using. Perhaps I should have gone with a Kindle after all.
Hope to finish but I’m not going to pay for a book I already had.