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Fatal Demand/ Fatal Error, one book in two volumns
Reviewed in the United States on January 16, 2016
Jess Kimball has a passion for victims of crimes, victims who are used, abused, or taken by slick operators. This passion arises out of her own victimazation which is a thread that runs through each book. _Fatal Demand sees Jess getting involved seeking to help yet another victim, and getting into a working, but unofficial, relationship with an FBI agent. However, Fatal Demand is not a stand-alone book. Fatal Error completes the venture into another country against a most heartless villain. Both books have sneaky little details thrown in that seem unimportanat until they are.
People who read with their awareness of time lapse will share the frustration of getting to the right thing , and the sometimes poor decisions of our Ms Kimball. Fatal Error is the more powerful book, but Fatal Demand sets the stage for the former, which is really the latter. (Read Fatal demand first, in case the last sentence got past you)
--old coffee snob