A serial killer is targeting victims in obscure historic settings—the Cloisters in New York City, the Glencairn in Philadelphia. What is the connection? Is there a message to the murders?
THE DEATH CODE (A Remi Laurent FBI Suspense Thriller—Book 1) is the debut novel in a new series by mystery and suspense author Ava Strong.
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“Wow, it starts slow, letting all the characters to build, but then halfway through it and u just can’t keep it down, amazing, u get as obsessed with cryptex, as Remi or the killer. Amazingly written.”
–Fatima 88, B&N Reviewer
FBI Special Agent Daniel Walker, 40, known for his ability to hunt killers, his street-smarts, and his disobedience, is singled out from the Behavioral Analysis Unit and assigned to the FBI’s new Antiquities unit. The unit, formed to hunt down priceless relics in the global world of antiquities, has no idea how to enter the mind of a murderer.
Remi Laurent, 34, brilliant history professor at Georgetown, is the world’s leading expert in obscure historic artifacts. Shocked when the FBI asks for her help to find a killer, she finds herself reluctantly partnered with this rude American FBI agent. Special Agent Walker and Remi Laurent are an unlikely duo, with his ability to enter killers’ minds and her unparalleled scholarship, the only thing they have in common, their determination to decode the clues and stop a killer.
An unputdownable crime thriller featuring an unlikely partnership between a jaded FBI agent and a brilliant historian, the REMI LAURENT series is a riveting mystery, grounded in history, and packed with suspense and revelations that will leave you continuously in shock, and flipping pages late into the night.
Books #2-#6 in the series—THE MURDER CODE, THE MALICE CODE, THE VENGEANCE CODE, THE DECEPTION CODE, and THE SEDUCTION CODE—are also available.
Fast paced. Real good character development.
Not worth purchasing
Couldn’t finish the book. For intelligent characters, they had no depth so the dialogues were awkward and difficult to read. No personality and frustrating with no easy flow you would expect of a story.