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The Soul Catcher: A Maggie O'Dell Novel (2002)

by Alex Kava

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For FBI Special Agent Maggie O'Dell, there is nothing routine about being called in to work these two cases. As an expert criminal profiler, Maggie provides psychological insight on cases that involve suspected serial killers. She can't understand, then, why her boss, Assistant Director Cunningham, has assigned her to these two seemingly unrelated crimes. But as Maggie and her partner, Special Agent R.J. Tully, delve into the two cases, they learn that there is a connection between the crimes: Reverend Joseph Everett. The charismatic leader of a high-profile religious sect, Everett has cultivated a devoted following that is growing in numbers daily. The young men holed up in the cabin were members of Everett's church, and the murder of the young woman took place following a religious rally Everett held in the capital.… (more)

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Was a little slow start but the end was better. Learned more about Maggie and her mother's background. Looking forward to reading the next installment to learn more about Maggie life and family. ( )
  EadieB | Jan 19, 2016 |
An okay thriller, but not very special, quite predictable to be honest.

What I liked best and what me kept reading, is reading about Maggie's relationship with her mother and her mother's struggle to stay sober, to belong, to cope with the past. ( )
  BoekenTrol71 | Mar 13, 2014 |
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