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I read one review of this which said that it appeared the author had phoned this in from a beach somewhere just because she had to I think I agree.There was a plot but it ceased to be interesting quite early on and even the author gave up on it judging by the ending which fell very flat People got rescued from situations in the nick of time but there was no real tension in the build up Nick Morelli popped up again in a very unlikely fashion As did Patrick Meh I am rapidly talking myself in I read one review of this which said that it appeared the author had phoned this in from a beach somewhere just because she had to I think I agree.There was a plot but it ceased to be interesting quite early on and even the author gave up on it judging by the ending which fell very flat People got rescued from situations in the nick of time but there was no real tension in the build up Nick Morelli popped up again in a very unlikely fashion As did Patrick Meh I am rapidly talking myself into two stars But I will stick with three Maggie did do a bit of profiling which was good She did not jump into bed with Nick which was also good The book was short and moved along quite well and it was readable I have n0t decided yet whether to continue the series Americans are rushing to the Mall of America on the Nation s biggest shopping day of the year No one expects three deadly bombs to be detonated inside that mall FBI Profiler Maggie O Dell is called to the scene to construct a profile of the bombers Why would three young men each carry a red backpack with a lock into the mall Who were the young man and woman seen on the security tapes entering the mall with one of the bombers Maggie has her work cut out for her to discover the motive behind Americans are rushing to the Mall of America on the Nation s biggest shopping day of the year No one expects three deadly bombs to be detonated inside that mall FBI Profiler Maggie O Dell is called to the scene to construct a profile of the bombers Why would three young men each carry a red backpack with a lock into the mall Who were the young man and woman seen on the security tapes entering the mall with one of the bombers Maggie has her work cut out for her to discover the motive behind the explosions, especially when she learns that there areincidents planned for this weekend.I had a hard time putting this book down It was fast moving and suspenseful I liked that Maggie uses her strengths to help determine what exactly happened in that mall and who is behind the deadly bombings But I didn t like the non resolution of the story My rating 4 Stars It s the day after Thanksgiving and a bomb has gone off at the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota Maggie O Dell s interim assistant director demands that she join him on the case as they, along with the deputy director of Homeland Security, work with local law enforcement to find the perpetrators This story had a great premise and showed a lot of promise in the beginning It kept me hooked through a lot of the story,than halfway Unfortunately, it was again plagued with the tireso It s the day after Thanksgiving and a bomb has gone off at the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota Maggie O Dell s interim assistant director demands that she join him on the case as they, along with the deputy director of Homeland Security, work with local law enforcement to find the perpetrators This story had a great premise and showed a lot of promise in the beginning It kept me hooked through a lot of the story,than halfway Unfortunately, it was again plagued with the tiresome relationship plot line yes, Nick Morelli is back again It also failed to deliver the excitement it should have because of sudden shifts in direction and lack of follow through We re given yet another incomplete finale with hastily tied off loose ends Maggie also seems to be pedaling a stationary bike with respect to her relationships Ben Platt makes brief appearances, though they are uninspired The best part of the story, the most complete, was the inclusion of Maggie s half brother Patrick Most annoying, though, is the author s reference to him as her stepbrother Their relationship moved forward significantly Let s hope it doesn t fizzle the way the rest seem to do in this series I m not sure how long I can continue without some serious character growth and development This is the first book I have read by Kava and it wasn t bad, but it wasn t great either It begins very well with the terrorist bombing of the Mall or America, then it ventures off into the land of improbability and too many coincidences Strong start, weak finish. I ve read several Kava s books, but I must say that one is a little disappointing There are all most important characters from the series, interesting ideas who are they going to search but When the intrigue is built, it finishes to soon It should havepages,descriptions of main characters relations like Maggie Nick, Maggie and her brother and so on But if you have some free time and you re looking for a light book to read from time to time it s worth reading Another Agent Maggie O Dell story, and this one was probably my least favourite Maggie, as a character, is not developing in any way Once again, there are two men vieing for her affections, the ever patient Nick Morelli, lesser men would have given up on her long before now, and Benjamin Platt, who made his first appearance in the previous book, Exposed Still no sign of Maggie being ready for a relationship with anyone, other than her work Now, she also has a boss she intensely dislikes and Another Agent Maggie O Dell story, and this one was probably my least favourite Maggie, as a character, is not developing in any way Once again, there are two men vieing for her affections, the ever patient Nick Morelli, lesser men would have given up on her long before now, and Benjamin Platt, who made his first appearance in the previous book, Exposed Still no sign of Maggie being ready for a relationship with anyone, other than her work Now, she also has a boss she intensely dislikes and the feeling seems to be mutual and her young half brother, Patrick, features in this one, and what I found annoying, was that she constantly referred to him as her step brother Does Ms Kava not know the difference between the two Anyway, the premise of the story wasn t bad, the largest Shopping Mall in the U.S., is hit by three bombs on Thanksgiving weekend The bombs are carried in backpacks, by three students who think they are carrying jamming devices and the worst that will happen is they will cause havoc with computers and electrical devices, interrupting trade The whole reasoning behind the story was way too complex, and just didn t make a whole lot of sense This was reading like a book Ms Kava, only half thought out and lost interest in, so she rushed it and was lazy with the whole concept The end was far from her usual fast paced action, it was dull and lifeless Disappointed, no conclusion, no answers, only loose ends I m going to go ahead and read Damaged , but I am seriously thinking of giving up on Alex Kava and Maggie O Dell, and if Nick Morelli were a real person, I d advise him to do the same What better time and place for a terrorist plot than a bombing at the Mall of American on the day after Thanksgiving Maggie gets involved in a very personal way. I zoomed through book 7 of the Maggie O Dell series and not just because it s a fairly short novel Actually, there s a whole lot of quality packed into this story, the bulk of which takes place over a 24 hour period That 24 hours starts on the Friday after Thanksgiving with a bombing at the Mall of America in Minneapolis, Minnesota The mall is packed with what some of us consider crazy people taking part in the now traditional Black Friday shopping frenzy, and the bombers are college kids w I zoomed through book 7 of the Maggie O Dell series and not just because it s a fairly short novel Actually, there s a whole lot of quality packed into this story, the bulk of which takes place over a 24 hour period That 24 hours starts on the Friday after Thanksgiving with a bombing at the Mall of America in Minneapolis, Minnesota The mall is packed with what some of us consider crazy people taking part in the now traditional Black Friday shopping frenzy, and the bombers are college kids who have been lied to about the contents of the backpacks they have agreed to carry through the mall When two of the three are killed in the explosion, the surviving three realize they have been used and are now probably in danger as loose ends that must be tied off, permanently Then, perhaps to keep them from slacking on any of that, there s another attack planned for an unknown airport less than 48 hours later Maggie and the local authorities have to find and protect the surviving kids, figure out what airport is the target, discover who s behind the plot and prevent the airport bombing It s a tall order and one with a high emotional impact, as Maggie s halfbrother Patrick is one of the surviving college students who was pulled into this horrific plot and who can identify the man who arranged the attacks, but not without putting himself in extreme danger Oh, and Maggie s former love interest Nick Morelli plays a big role here, too.Somehow, Kava keeps all these balls in the air She has written an engrossing whirlwind of a novel that touches on all our secret fears of terrorism even the domestic kind disrupting our seemingly safe worlds and lives and confirmed my inner suspicion that going shopping the day after Turkey Day could be lethal and that airport travel on holiday weekends is a bad idea all around.Well done, Kava This one is a solid win {READ DOWNLOAD} ¼ Black Friday ⚞ On the busiest shopping day of the year, some idealistic college students believe they re about to carry out an elaborate media stunt at the largest mall in America They think the jamming devices in their backpacks will disrupt stores computer systems, causing delays and chaos What they don t realize is that instead of jamming devices, their backpacks are stuffed with explosives, ready to be detonated by remote control and turning them into suicide bombersCaught up in a political nightmare, battling a new interim director and still mourning the death of her boss A D Cunningham, FBI profiler Maggie O Dell must put her own troubles aside and fly to Minnesota to help figure out what s behind this terrorist attack a massacre that is all the frightening because no group has claimed responsibilityThe search becomes personal when a tip reveals that one of the college students involved is Patrick, Maggie s brother Afraid and on the run, Patrick must decide if he can finally trust Maggie enough to help her unravel this horrifying nightmareSifting through the debris for answers, Maggie is joined by Nick Morrelli, who has recently taken a job with a national security company that oversees security for the mall Although Maggie and Nick have investigated several cases together in the past, they ve never investigated a relationship with each other Nick would like to change thatWhen an informant confides in Maggie that there are other attacks on the secret agenda, she knows that she s running out of time In less than twenty four hours she ll need to figure out exactly when and where the second attack will take place, who to look for and how to keep her brother from becoming one of the casualties Is Maggie O Dell actually an FBI profiler She only seems to investigate conspiracy theories these days This time it s a terrorist plot that her half brother Patrick has been dragged into Her investigation also reunites her with on off sorta love interest Nick Morelli.Yes, that s right Nick Morelli The one who started the series as a small town sheriff, then later returned to his prosecutor roots Except now in this book he s the head of a security firm Kava is finding ridiculously contrive Is Maggie O Dell actually an FBI profiler She only seems to investigate conspiracy theories these days This time it s a terrorist plot that her half brother Patrick has been dragged into Her investigation also reunites her with on off sorta love interest Nick Morelli.Yes, that s right Nick Morelli The one who started the series as a small town sheriff, then later returned to his prosecutor roots Except now in this book he s the head of a security firm Kava is finding ridiculously contrived ways to keep him in the series And it s not even clear why Nothing in regards to their relationship is explored, moved in a new direction or tied up I think even Kava realised how ludicrous it was getting, as I believe Nick was mostly phased out after this book As for Maggie s profiling skills, does she actually use them No, not really We re not provided any insight whatsoever into the mastermind s motives He sets about completing his nefarious terrorist activities, seemingly for shits and giggles, and because Maggie is pretty useless at her job, view spoiler he gets away with it And that s not even the first time one of her targets has eluded capture hide spoiler The Maggie O Dell series was always a pretty average slightly above average series, but this one was the start of a very significant slump which moved away from Maggie profiling serial killers and instead investigating conspiracy theories, with plots that were very thin most of the rest of the books or completely and utterly incoherent Hotwire If you re reading the series for the first time, I advise you to chuck it in here It only gets worse