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Political intrigue, an undercover investigation and a very mutual attraction As the Kansas City Police Department's archenemy, reporter Gabriel Knight never expected to need its help. But the sexy journalist suspects the death of a politician's aide will shed light on the long-unsolved murder of his fiancée. He demands to team up with tough, beautiful detective Olivia Wats Political intrigue, an undercover investigation and a very mutual attraction As the Kansas City Police Department's archenemy, reporter Gabriel Knight never expected to need its help. But the sexy journalist suspects the death of a politician's aide will shed light on the long-unsolved murder of his fiancée. He demands to team up with tough, beautiful detective Olivia Watson. Sharing a mutual distrust—and a disturbingly mutual attraction—Gabe and Olivia discover that someone's working hard to keep old secrets buried and stop their investigation dead. But as they come closer to the truth they edge closer to each other. Until now, neither has had room in their lives—or hearts—for a relationship. Yet all that could change…if Gabe can prevent them from becoming tomorrow's headline.,


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Political intrigue, an undercover investigation and a very mutual attraction As the Kansas City Police Department's archenemy, reporter Gabriel Knight never expected to need its help. But the sexy journalist suspects the death of a politician's aide will shed light on the long-unsolved murder of his fiancée. He demands to team up with tough, beautiful detective Olivia Wats Political intrigue, an undercover investigation and a very mutual attraction As the Kansas City Police Department's archenemy, reporter Gabriel Knight never expected to need its help. But the sexy journalist suspects the death of a politician's aide will shed light on the long-unsolved murder of his fiancée. He demands to team up with tough, beautiful detective Olivia Watson. Sharing a mutual distrust—and a disturbingly mutual attraction—Gabe and Olivia discover that someone's working hard to keep old secrets buried and stop their investigation dead. But as they come closer to the truth they edge closer to each other. Until now, neither has had room in their lives—or hearts—for a relationship. Yet all that could change…if Gabe can prevent them from becoming tomorrow's headline.,

30 review for Kansas City Cover-Up

  1. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    Fantastic book. In previous books, Gabe has been the outspoken reporter who never has anything good to say about the KCPD. I've often wondered what his problem is with them, and in this book we finally get a chance to find out. Olivia and her partner from the Cold Case division have been called to the site of a murder. She isn't sure why, until she encounters Gabe, who insists that this case has a connection to the unsolved murder of his fiancée six years ago. I loved the initial meeting between Fantastic book. In previous books, Gabe has been the outspoken reporter who never has anything good to say about the KCPD. I've often wondered what his problem is with them, and in this book we finally get a chance to find out. Olivia and her partner from the Cold Case division have been called to the site of a murder. She isn't sure why, until she encounters Gabe, who insists that this case has a connection to the unsolved murder of his fiancée six years ago. I loved the initial meeting between Olivia and Gabe. He has managed to get past the police line into the crime scene and Olivia is the one who confronts him. She escorts him out, but then goes after him again when she realizes that he sneaked back inside. I loved the way she cuffed him to get him out, making him realize that he wasn't going to get his way this time. He is determined to make her see his point about the connection between the two cases. The action started when Olivia discovered someone hiding and went after him, with Gabe hot on her heels. By the time it's over, the bad guy has gotten away, Gabe is hurt and Olivia feels compelled to be the one to get him to the hospital. Besides the initial animosity between them because of who they are, there is also a flare of unwelcome attraction between them. Gabe has spent the last six years mourning his fiancée and feeling guilty about her death. He blames himself for not seeing the danger she was in until it was too late. He is also angry at KCPD for their lack of progress in finding her killer, and has taken out that anger by writing unflattering stories about them. He doesn't expect to be attracted to Olivia, as his feelings have been shut down since Dani's death. I loved seeing him get protective around her, even as he learns to respect her abilities. Her nickname for him was fun as they developed their working relationship and a tentative personal one. As they get closer to a resolution Gabe starts to let go of his grief and open himself up to a new love. Olivia is relatively new to the Cold Case team. She transferred there after her personal and professional relationship with her previous partner ended badly. She has some issues with being able to trust men and her judgment about them because of it. She doesn't know who Gabe is when she first meets him, but she is very attracted to him. However, that doesn't stop her from confronting him and making him follow the rules. When she hears his story, she feels compassion for his loss, but she isn't going to let him bully her either. As they work together she is surprised to find that it is easy for her to trust him and the things she is starting to feel for him. I loved seeing her stand up to him when she needed to, but also understand why he acted as he did. The suspense of the story was great. I was sucked in from the beginning and didn't put the book down until I finished it. I really liked the way that Olivia didn't hold Gabe's attitude against him when it came to reopening the case of his fiancée's murder. I loved seeing how the team worked through the investigation, following up on the various leads. The intensity builds as each lead that Gabe and Olivia follow puts them in more danger. The scene at the warehouse had me riveted as I wondered how they were going to get out of it. There was also the question of who was in the background, pulling the strings, and what his motivations were. While the murderer is caught, there are still unresolved questions about the people Dani was investigating. One of the fun things in the book is the relationship Olivia has with her family. As the youngest and only girl in the family of KCPD members, she often finds herself on the receiving end of overprotective family members. But dealing with them has also given her the ability to deal with fellow cops and that carries over into her dealings with Gabe. With the adversarial relationship between Gabe and the KCPD, her family was pretty blunt in their feelings about them working together. However, it was nice to see that both sides could bend a little, as shown in the invitation Olvia's dad extends to Gabe at the end. Hopefully there will be stories for Olivia's brothers, as they seem to be prime targets for strong women of their own.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Tory Michaels

    I found this to be a great book in the Precinct City. While it's the latest in a VERY long-running series, you definitely don't have to read the others to get what's going on. There are references to older cases, but they don't overwhelm the primary story between Gabe and Olivia. I found the chemistry between Gabe and Olivia to be quite believable and I liked the way they slowly made their way through solving the case of his late-fiancee's murder as they grew emotionally closer.to one another. I I found this to be a great book in the Precinct City. While it's the latest in a VERY long-running series, you definitely don't have to read the others to get what's going on. There are references to older cases, but they don't overwhelm the primary story between Gabe and Olivia. I found the chemistry between Gabe and Olivia to be quite believable and I liked the way they slowly made their way through solving the case of his late-fiancee's murder as they grew emotionally closer.to one another. I didn't guess who the ultimate villain was and I'm definitely intrigued to keep reading as one of the villains wasn't unmasked. There's absolutely something else going on at the Precinct and I'm itching to find out what it is. Glad to have read this!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Paula Legate

    I really enjoyed the book. The action, and suspense of the story made it hard to put this book down, even for a moment. The touch of romance between Gab, and Olivia added a sweet touch to the story. Gabriel Knight is a reporter for the Journal. He lost his fiancée a few years ago. She was murdered. He is the voice for the victims, and their families. Gab wants justice. He is the archenemy of the Kansas City Police department. His articles in the newspapers often says that the Police department is I really enjoyed the book. The action, and suspense of the story made it hard to put this book down, even for a moment. The touch of romance between Gab, and Olivia added a sweet touch to the story. Gabriel Knight is a reporter for the Journal. He lost his fiancée a few years ago. She was murdered. He is the voice for the victims, and their families. Gab wants justice. He is the archenemy of the Kansas City Police department. His articles in the newspapers often says that the Police department is not doing a good job, and takes forever to catch the people that needs to be locked up, and put away for life. Gab will find out who killed the love of his life, with or without the police on his side. That was his attitude before he meet Olivia. She put him in handcuffs the first day they meet, for being in her crime scene, and not leaving when told. Throughout the story his attitude changed. He still wanted justice. He was Olivia's shadow throughout the investigation. The Police department humored him, and his presence because they couldn't afford anymore bad press. He got to see firsthand just how dangerous it was for the police, and how hard they worked every day to get bad guys off the streets. Gabs fiancée was also a reporter. She was working on a big story, that would bring down some big political figures when she was murdered. the players in some sick game needed to silence her. Now that the case has been reopened Olivia, her team, and Gab has to work to connect the dots, and stay alive. The same person that silenced and killed Gabs fiancée is now after Olivia. The story offers a lot of action, and suspense.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sparkymom

    Although I haven't read any of the other books in this cold case series, I had no trouble following this story. Olivia is a detective on the cold case squad. She comes from a long family tradition of law enforcement and had recently transferred into the cold case squad after as messy breakup with her former partner. Gabe is a highly opinionated reporter who has made it his business to publicly bash the police after Olivia's father failed to solve the murder of the woman he was engaged to years b Although I haven't read any of the other books in this cold case series, I had no trouble following this story. Olivia is a detective on the cold case squad. She comes from a long family tradition of law enforcement and had recently transferred into the cold case squad after as messy breakup with her former partner. Gabe is a highly opinionated reporter who has made it his business to publicly bash the police after Olivia's father failed to solve the murder of the woman he was engaged to years before. When a new murder links back to the cold murder case, Olivia and her partner are called in, and Gabe does everything he can to insinuate himself into the investigation. Danger follows Olivia and Gabe every step of the way. Someone else is also following Olivia and spying on her. She suspects her former partner but keeps her suspicions to herself. As the Gabe and Olivia get closer to finding the killer, they found themselves growing closer to each other. Gabe's opinion of the police force begins to change as does their opinion of him. The unlikely pairing has police and reporter working side by side to finally solve the cold case. I enjoyed the story and the characters. The book had plenty of action and nice chemistry. I received a copy for review from Net Galley.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Erica Welch

    I've been interested in Gabriel Knight's story for some time, and Julie Miller more than delivers with Kansas City Cover-Up. Gabe's quest for the truth about his fiancee's murder gave him a humanity that we didn't see before and explained his frustrations with the KCPD. Olivia Watson was a perfect match for him--a tough, headstrong woman with the intelligence and the investigative acumen to more than meet Gabe's harsh criticisms. Julie balances the romance and the suspense like a master and leav I've been interested in Gabriel Knight's story for some time, and Julie Miller more than delivers with Kansas City Cover-Up. Gabe's quest for the truth about his fiancee's murder gave him a humanity that we didn't see before and explained his frustrations with the KCPD. Olivia Watson was a perfect match for him--a tough, headstrong woman with the intelligence and the investigative acumen to more than meet Gabe's harsh criticisms. Julie balances the romance and the suspense like a master and leaves the reader anticipating what happens next in this miniseries. I've loved the other books in Miller's The Precinct series and it's many mini series, and Kansas City Cover Up proves her mastery of the romantic suspense model is showing no signs of abating.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jenn Avery

    Olivia and Gabe are the main characters in the first of hopefully a wonderful series. Reminiscent of Castle, the two challenge each other to face their misconceptions and solve the cold case murder of Gabe’s fiancé. Great character development and plot points, make this series a must read. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes strong characters and a story that keeps you reading past your bedtime. The adventures do not end with this installment, but the end is satisfying to those who l Olivia and Gabe are the main characters in the first of hopefully a wonderful series. Reminiscent of Castle, the two challenge each other to face their misconceptions and solve the cold case murder of Gabe’s fiancé. Great character development and plot points, make this series a must read. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes strong characters and a story that keeps you reading past your bedtime. The adventures do not end with this installment, but the end is satisfying to those who like a happy ending and justice being served.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Chrissy

    I was glad that Gabriel Knight got his own book. I enjoyed seeing him here and there, in the other the other books. Gabriel has teamed up with a police detective named Olivia to help solve the murder of his fiancee. Well lets just say, sparks fly action fly's. This was such a great book. Ms. Miller is truly talented writer, she is my new favorite author. This are all her books are a must read. Great work is Miller, can't wait for the next book. ******I received this book, from Net Galley in Excha I was glad that Gabriel Knight got his own book. I enjoyed seeing him here and there, in the other the other books. Gabriel has teamed up with a police detective named Olivia to help solve the murder of his fiancee. Well lets just say, sparks fly action fly's. This was such a great book. Ms. Miller is truly talented writer, she is my new favorite author. This are all her books are a must read. Great work is Miller, can't wait for the next book. ******I received this book, from Net Galley in Exchange for a honest review***********

  8. 4 out of 5

    Maureen Hubley

    I love the characters and the series.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Marcie Robinson

    “Kansas City Cover-Up” by Julie Miller begins the miniseries, The Precinct: Cold Case and features reporter Gabriel Knight and cold case detective Olivia Watson. The story opens with a death of a man that Gabe believes is connected to the unsolved murder of his fiancée from six years ago. He needs the KCPD to take him seriously and investigate. Olivia is from a law enforcement family, and having been burned by a previous relationship, has trust issues when it comes to relying on anyone beyond her “Kansas City Cover-Up” by Julie Miller begins the miniseries, The Precinct: Cold Case and features reporter Gabriel Knight and cold case detective Olivia Watson. The story opens with a death of a man that Gabe believes is connected to the unsolved murder of his fiancée from six years ago. He needs the KCPD to take him seriously and investigate. Olivia is from a law enforcement family, and having been burned by a previous relationship, has trust issues when it comes to relying on anyone beyond her family. She doesn’t believe the recent murder is related to Gabe’s fiancée, but as they begin to investigate, she realizes he is right and is a better man than she originally thought. Ms. Miller has created well-developed characters and a perfect mystery with edge-of-your seat suspense.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Deb Diem

    Kansas City Cover-Up is an exciting romantic suspense by Julie Miller. Ms. Miller has delivered a well-written book populated with an excellent cast of characters. Gabriel Knight is a reporter looking to solve his fiance's murder. Olivia is a cold case detective that is called in on a new murder. Gabriel and Olivia's story is packed with drama, humor, sexy bits, action and susupense. I enjoyed reading this book and would happily read more from Julie Miller. Kansas City Cover-Up is book 1 of The Kansas City Cover-Up is an exciting romantic suspense by Julie Miller. Ms. Miller has delivered a well-written book populated with an excellent cast of characters. Gabriel Knight is a reporter looking to solve his fiance's murder. Olivia is a cold case detective that is called in on a new murder. Gabriel and Olivia's story is packed with drama, humor, sexy bits, action and susupense. I enjoyed reading this book and would happily read more from Julie Miller. Kansas City Cover-Up is book 1 of The Precinct: Cold Case Series and book 25 of The Precinct Series but can be read as a standalone. This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger. I read a print copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Pamela Hanna

    Ok this is a whodunit with of course some romance..Political Intrigue,an undercover investigation and a very mutual attraction-from back of book..Gabriel Knight who is a reporter and public enemy number 1 for the Kansas City Police Department never figured he would need their help so when a politicians aide is murdered he suspect it is linked to his fiancees murder 6 years before hand and was never solved...in comes Cold Case Detective Olivia Watson who's father was the lead detective on Daniell Ok this is a whodunit with of course some romance..Political Intrigue,an undercover investigation and a very mutual attraction-from back of book..Gabriel Knight who is a reporter and public enemy number 1 for the Kansas City Police Department never figured he would need their help so when a politicians aide is murdered he suspect it is linked to his fiancees murder 6 years before hand and was never solved...in comes Cold Case Detective Olivia Watson who's father was the lead detective on Danielle Reese;s murder..Now Olivia and Gabriel are in a race against time to solve Ron Kober's murder and Dani Reese's as well before the crazy person kills again..good story had u going till the end..

  12. 5 out of 5

    Midniteillusion (Desiree)

    2.5 Stars This one just did not hold my attention. Plus I didn't really feel a connection developing between the characters. I'm hoping for more with the next Cold Case book. I didn't feel like the story was very well developed either and a few things just didn't fit or make sense. Like the search with no search warrant, not calling for back up, letting a reporter tag along on dangerous situations. On to the next one I guess. 2.5 Stars This one just did not hold my attention. Plus I didn't really feel a connection developing between the characters. I'm hoping for more with the next Cold Case book. I didn't feel like the story was very well developed either and a few things just didn't fit or make sense. Like the search with no search warrant, not calling for back up, letting a reporter tag along on dangerous situations. On to the next one I guess.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Larissa Lynx

    I devoured this when it came out; it's one of my favorites by Julie Miller. Most of her fabulous Kansas City Intrigues released prior to this, I've read at least twice. Thinking it's time for a second read of Gabe and Olivia's story so I can be reminded how great it is. :) I devoured this when it came out; it's one of my favorites by Julie Miller. Most of her fabulous Kansas City Intrigues released prior to this, I've read at least twice. Thinking it's time for a second read of Gabe and Olivia's story so I can be reminded how great it is. :)

  14. 5 out of 5

    Larissa Lyons

    I devoured this when it came out; it's one of my favorites by Julie Miller. Most of her fabulous Kansas City Intrigues released prior to this, I've read at least twice. Thinking it's time for a second read of Gabe and Olivia's story so I can be reminded how great it is. :) I devoured this when it came out; it's one of my favorites by Julie Miller. Most of her fabulous Kansas City Intrigues released prior to this, I've read at least twice. Thinking it's time for a second read of Gabe and Olivia's story so I can be reminded how great it is. :)

  15. 4 out of 5

    Linda Klages

    Part of a series but can be read on it's own. Will read more from this author & series. Part of a series but can be read on it's own. Will read more from this author & series.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Bonnie Drummond

    A hart racing read that has you on edge until the end of the book.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Books and Spoons

    Amazing chemistry between the characters, thrilling mystery to be solved, and detective in need to get her trust to fellow teammates, as well as men in general, back in place. Gabe and Olivia had a believable connection, attraction that grew fast, but was deep and true. The understanding and respect they had for each other, the smooth team work they did together, moving and thinking as a solid unit was a joy to read, and experience. They are hot together, they heat up the sheets, and hospital off Amazing chemistry between the characters, thrilling mystery to be solved, and detective in need to get her trust to fellow teammates, as well as men in general, back in place. Gabe and Olivia had a believable connection, attraction that grew fast, but was deep and true. The understanding and respect they had for each other, the smooth team work they did together, moving and thinking as a solid unit was a joy to read, and experience. They are hot together, they heat up the sheets, and hospital offices, conference rooms or a car... Yes, the heat level was steaming, but authentic and credible, as well as swoon worthy beautiful. The mystery kept me guessing, and clued into my Kindle. The hunt for a killer in six year old cold case suddenly heats up, the danger is palpable, and lives are in peril. There are intense scenes of the hunt for the clues, as well as running for their lives. The ending is satisfying and complete, yet some of the questions still need answers, and as part of a long running series, even though easily to be read as a stand alone novel, those questions are in my mind, and I can't wait for the next installment in the series, coming out in August. Very well written murder mystery, with a beautifully flowing story that captivated me and engaged my mind, and made me connect with the characters ~ Five Spoons! booksandspoons.weebly.com/book-blog

  18. 4 out of 5

    Yessenia

    Finally we get to know why Gabriel Knight holds a grunge against KCPD. He doesn't believe in cops at all because the ones who were in charge of the murder of his fiancee never arrested the man he thinks is the culprit. But with a new lead in the investigation after six years, with the murder or the man he suspects was her fiancee's source, he wants answers. And the person who will help him get them is Olivia. She has her story too, with a cheeting ex she doesn't exactly trust others, specially m Finally we get to know why Gabriel Knight holds a grunge against KCPD. He doesn't believe in cops at all because the ones who were in charge of the murder of his fiancee never arrested the man he thinks is the culprit. But with a new lead in the investigation after six years, with the murder or the man he suspects was her fiancee's source, he wants answers. And the person who will help him get them is Olivia. She has her story too, with a cheeting ex she doesn't exactly trust others, specially men and having an overprotective family - though they really love her - she has it though. They join to solve this cold case. Really liked Olivia, she's not the damsel in distress. The way she thinks is awesome and with Gabe's input, they're a good team. The attraction between them is into your face, with the first glance. Great chemistry, even when Gabe is being a caveman like she likes to call him. But even in those moments he respects her independence and job. That's the thing about them, I think they complement each other, both intellectually and physically, of course. I love when you get a glimpsy of past characters like Ginny or John. Looking forward to next book in the series. Olivia

  19. 4 out of 5

    TINNGG

    I suppose it was inevitable that Gabriel Knight would either be a H or a villain. So he's a H. I spent a good deal of the book trying to place the bit with his late fiancee though. Was her demise in a previous installment? Dunno. Would have to dig out the series to find out. Anyway... a guy is killed. And...many things come to light, including a bit more thorough investigation into the death of the fiancee. Odd really, that the previous investigation never noticed things the h conveniently notice I suppose it was inevitable that Gabriel Knight would either be a H or a villain. So he's a H. I spent a good deal of the book trying to place the bit with his late fiancee though. Was her demise in a previous installment? Dunno. Would have to dig out the series to find out. Anyway... a guy is killed. And...many things come to light, including a bit more thorough investigation into the death of the fiancee. Odd really, that the previous investigation never noticed things the h conveniently noticed. The scapegoat was an idiot though. Really too obvious. Also, since when does an addict have a hotrodded muscle car? Seems more likely he'd sell it for a fix the first chance he got. Not to mention, things like J.O.B.s and money are required to pay for such things. There was a bit of humor in that the h called Knight a caveman. He took it well, considering.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Merle

    The mysterious and ever-present Gabriel Knight, angry reporter, takes center stage here. Well, almost. His nemesis, later love interest, is the only female cop in a family of law enforcement that spans three generations. Knight has a grudge against the police force that has not solved the murder of his fiancee after six years. Olivia Watson of the Cold Case Squad realizes, with a push, that a new case, and the cold case are connected. Miller is good at scattering threads around, both for the love The mysterious and ever-present Gabriel Knight, angry reporter, takes center stage here. Well, almost. His nemesis, later love interest, is the only female cop in a family of law enforcement that spans three generations. Knight has a grudge against the police force that has not solved the murder of his fiancee after six years. Olivia Watson of the Cold Case Squad realizes, with a push, that a new case, and the cold case are connected. Miller is good at scattering threads around, both for the love interests, and for the crimes. The reader has to go after them from book to book. I like that. There are a few moments that strain credulity a little (think cliffhanger) but still a good one.

  21. 4 out of 5

    CoffeeTimeRomance andMore

    I enjoyed this fast read, but wished for a little more detail. The characters are well-drawn and the plot well-planned, but it could use more fleshing out. The situation between Olivia and her ex was insufficiently explained, and the premise of the book is very unlikely. In spite of all this, I read the book in one sitting and would definitely look for more of this author’s work. Maura Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More Official Review @ Coffee Time Romance & More I enjoyed this fast read, but wished for a little more detail. The characters are well-drawn and the plot well-planned, but it could use more fleshing out. The situation between Olivia and her ex was insufficiently explained, and the premise of the book is very unlikely. In spite of all this, I read the book in one sitting and would definitely look for more of this author’s work. Maura Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More Official Review @ Coffee Time Romance & More

  22. 4 out of 5

    Hannah Ruth

    OMG! I just couldn't put this book down, I've read it within in 3 days. I loved it! I'm so glad to finally see how "Gabe" Became like he was in all the other books before this one. To learn about it and see him fall in love again. It was just GREAT! I love every book, Julie Miller writes. And I can't wait to read the next one! This is an awesome read! OMG! I just couldn't put this book down, I've read it within in 3 days. I loved it! I'm so glad to finally see how "Gabe" Became like he was in all the other books before this one. To learn about it and see him fall in love again. It was just GREAT! I love every book, Julie Miller writes. And I can't wait to read the next one! This is an awesome read!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Belinda

    Olivia is a KC Cop. Gabe is a journalist who has took the KCPD force to task...They butt heads because of that. But they have to work together to try to find out who killed Gabe's ex fiance. They come together to solve the case. The end up falling in love as they work together! A great page turner! Olivia is a KC Cop. Gabe is a journalist who has took the KCPD force to task...They butt heads because of that. But they have to work together to try to find out who killed Gabe's ex fiance. They come together to solve the case. The end up falling in love as they work together! A great page turner!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Harlequin Books

    "With fast-paced suspense, Miller’s writing transitions and flows effortlessly. Readers will feel as if they are right there amidst the action" (RT Book Reviews, 4 stars) Miniseries: The Precinct: Cold Case "With fast-paced suspense, Miller’s writing transitions and flows effortlessly. Readers will feel as if they are right there amidst the action" (RT Book Reviews, 4 stars) Miniseries: The Precinct: Cold Case

  25. 4 out of 5

    Suzie

    Pretty good twist at end. Nice for a quick no-brainer read. I'll remember Miller when I want something different from the namby-pamby stuff of which I read WAY too much. Pretty good twist at end. Nice for a quick no-brainer read. I'll remember Miller when I want something different from the namby-pamby stuff of which I read WAY too much.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Lori Yvette Fernandez Lopez

    3.5 stars. A few more loose ends than I like even though it is a serial harlequin. I liked the characters though their relationship moved incredibly fast!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Harlequin Books

    received 4 stars @ RT Book Reviews Miniseries: The Precinct: Cold Case

  28. 5 out of 5

    Helen Bassett

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Gabriel finds he has not been fair in his columns about the KC Police. Olivia solves the old and more recent crime and Gabriel writes a better column.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Dianne Fagan

  30. 5 out of 5

    Joanna

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