Critical threat

Reviewed by:

Beth Swanson, voracious reader



Critical threat (Extreme measures Book #3)


Lynette Eason



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295 pages


This is a thriller and suspense novel dealing with an FBI agent who is a profiler, her philosophy about criminals and the prison psychiatrist whose approach may have a different take. Grace Billingsley tracks down serial killers in order to get them off the street and away from the general public. But psychiatrist Sam Monroe knows that just because a criminal is behind bars does not mean they no longer have any power or that their danger is nullified. Sam may be a prison professional but his own father is a serial killer so he has personal knowledge of the threat.

Sam’s father Peter is in prison but when murders begin using the same MO as Peter, both Grace and Peter are part of the consulting team. They have met previously but not with a good outcome. How will it be working together? Can they gain a connection again? Can they get past previous discomfort in their relationship?


5 out of 5

Suggested audience:

18 years old and older

Christian impact:

God is always listening, even when you don’t feel worthy.

Also includes:

-preview of the author’s next book

Critical Threat (Extreme Measures #3)

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