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Murder happens in Houston, but when the most recent murders take on disturbing similarities, local law enforcement officers fear a serial killer is roaming their streets. Former sheriff’s department sergeant Jade Monroe has just graduated from the FBI’s serial crimes unit in homicide and is called to Houston with her partner, J.T. Harper, to take on her first assignment Murder happens in Houston, but when the most recent murders take on disturbing similarities, local law enforcement officers fear a serial killer is roaming their streets. Former sheriff’s department sergeant Jade Monroe has just graduated from the FBI’s serial crimes unit in homicide and is called to Houston with her partner, J.T. Harper, to take on her first assignment—apprehending the person responsible for these gruesome crimes. With victims piling up and the clock ticking, Jade and J.T. need to intensify their search because there’s no sign the killer is slowing down. After a late-night epiphany while she’s alone, Jade suddenly comes face to face with the killer, and now Jade is missing. The clock continues to tick—but this time it’s for her. Note: All Jade Monroe books are standalone stories but since characters carry over, they are best read in chronological order. Series One - Detective Jade Monroe Crime Thriller Series #1 Maniacal #2 Captive #3 Fallacy #4 Premonition #5 Exposed Note: The Jade Monroe FBI Thriller books follow on the heels of the conclusion of Exposed, Book 5 in the Detective Jade Monroe Crime Thriller Series. Series Two – Agent Jade Monroe FBI Thriller Series #1 Snapped #2 Justified


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Murder happens in Houston, but when the most recent murders take on disturbing similarities, local law enforcement officers fear a serial killer is roaming their streets. Former sheriff’s department sergeant Jade Monroe has just graduated from the FBI’s serial crimes unit in homicide and is called to Houston with her partner, J.T. Harper, to take on her first assignment Murder happens in Houston, but when the most recent murders take on disturbing similarities, local law enforcement officers fear a serial killer is roaming their streets. Former sheriff’s department sergeant Jade Monroe has just graduated from the FBI’s serial crimes unit in homicide and is called to Houston with her partner, J.T. Harper, to take on her first assignment—apprehending the person responsible for these gruesome crimes. With victims piling up and the clock ticking, Jade and J.T. need to intensify their search because there’s no sign the killer is slowing down. After a late-night epiphany while she’s alone, Jade suddenly comes face to face with the killer, and now Jade is missing. The clock continues to tick—but this time it’s for her. Note: All Jade Monroe books are standalone stories but since characters carry over, they are best read in chronological order. Series One - Detective Jade Monroe Crime Thriller Series #1 Maniacal #2 Captive #3 Fallacy #4 Premonition #5 Exposed Note: The Jade Monroe FBI Thriller books follow on the heels of the conclusion of Exposed, Book 5 in the Detective Jade Monroe Crime Thriller Series. Series Two – Agent Jade Monroe FBI Thriller Series #1 Snapped #2 Justified

30 review for Snapped

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jon Neiswanger

    (There is a spoiler in this review) I have rarely enjoyed a book so much but been so disappointed in the ending. We've got a serial killer about to kill another victim (a victim we have real sympathy for) and an FBI agent (Jade knows that Jeanie is alive and in danger) not only getting a shower before she saves the day but also stops on the way to have a breakfast sandwich? Maybe I read it wrong, but I'm pretty sure that's what happened right before the exciting climax. Too bad too, because I lo (There is a spoiler in this review) I have rarely enjoyed a book so much but been so disappointed in the ending. We've got a serial killer about to kill another victim (a victim we have real sympathy for) and an FBI agent (Jade knows that Jeanie is alive and in danger) not only getting a shower before she saves the day but also stops on the way to have a breakfast sandwich? Maybe I read it wrong, but I'm pretty sure that's what happened right before the exciting climax. Too bad too, because I loved it for the first 80% of the book. Maybe someone that read it and loved it can tell me the error of my ways.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Mark Spurgeon

    I was looking forward to a good read, but about halfway through the book, the main character did something that was stupid and unbelievable; however, I pushed on. And then when I got 85% of the way through the book, another completely unbelievable action with the main character is told. At that point, I just wanted to finish the book as quickly as I could. My bottom line is that although this main character could have been interesting, the author's storytelling ability is mediocre at best.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl

    I give this 3.5 stars. This is another fabulous read I came across that was offered as a freebie on Kindle Australia for a short period. Wonderfully written with interesting characters, and even though we knew who the killer was from the outset this did not detract from the suspense of the plot. Without giving away any spoilers, the theme of the book is vengeance. It was an enticing read, although I'm not sold on the character of Jade Munroe. At this point in time she comes across as a bit abrasive I give this 3.5 stars. This is another fabulous read I came across that was offered as a freebie on Kindle Australia for a short period. Wonderfully written with interesting characters, and even though we knew who the killer was from the outset this did not detract from the suspense of the plot. Without giving away any spoilers, the theme of the book is vengeance. It was an enticing read, although I'm not sold on the character of Jade Munroe. At this point in time she comes across as a bit abrasive and a know it all. Recommended reading.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Will Decker

    The character development was weak and the author did more telling than showing. The main character, a new FBI agent is given way too much leeway and privilege for someone trying to prove herself. She comes off as a 'know-it-all' and it doesn't work for me. The author left many opportunities on the table that could have enhanced the reader's pleasure. And the ending was a total bust. Even after going against protocol, the MC is given the lead after she goes home to shower and freshen up before t The character development was weak and the author did more telling than showing. The main character, a new FBI agent is given way too much leeway and privilege for someone trying to prove herself. She comes off as a 'know-it-all' and it doesn't work for me. The author left many opportunities on the table that could have enhanced the reader's pleasure. And the ending was a total bust. Even after going against protocol, the MC is given the lead after she goes home to shower and freshen up before trying to save a woman that is in grave danger and then when it comes down to the finale, well, I don't want to spoil it for anyone so I won't say what happens. But if I were the director of the FBI, heads would roll, starting with the SSA that gave the newbie so much leeway.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Pam

    Great book as a retired cop I loved it. I am buying the rest of the series for sure. I read this in 2 days!!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jillian Higham

    An OK read but not particularly believable This is my first Jade Monroe book, so I didn't have background into her character, but as a brand new FBI agent she comes across as a real know it all. I doubt that other agents would put up with her attitude. I didn't like knowing who the perpetrator was and the crimes smacked of overkill. There's no way an injured agent who had been kidnapped, drugged and assaulted for 2 days would be leading the charge against the killer at the end. The death of the f An OK read but not particularly believable This is my first Jade Monroe book, so I didn't have background into her character, but as a brand new FBI agent she comes across as a real know it all. I doubt that other agents would put up with her attitude. I didn't like knowing who the perpetrator was and the crimes smacked of overkill. There's no way an injured agent who had been kidnapped, drugged and assaulted for 2 days would be leading the charge against the killer at the end. The death of the final 2 victims would not be considered a successful outcome either.

  7. 4 out of 5

    F E W Timberlake

    Disappointing Was looking forward to this but found it difficult to put any credence to the story. Just can't imagine a new recruit FBI Agent taking over in a case like the one involved

  8. 5 out of 5

    Coco.V

    FREE on Amazon today (10/28/2017)!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Colleen

    One chapter in....couldn't go on.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Sheila Myers

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The characters in this novel are interesting and the over-all plot was well thought out. Unfortunately, CM Sutter managed to let things get away and many of the actions were unbelievable. The characters stopped for food or breaks just when they should have been ignoring their own comforts and pursuing active leads. Also, at the end of the book, the EMTs leave the fatally wounded suspect is in the back of the ambulance with the FBI agent and no one to attempt to save her life. I can overlook mino The characters in this novel are interesting and the over-all plot was well thought out. Unfortunately, CM Sutter managed to let things get away and many of the actions were unbelievable. The characters stopped for food or breaks just when they should have been ignoring their own comforts and pursuing active leads. Also, at the end of the book, the EMTs leave the fatally wounded suspect is in the back of the ambulance with the FBI agent and no one to attempt to save her life. I can overlook minor procedural errors; however, not when such errors could've been avoided by a little research and/or common sense.

  11. 5 out of 5

    From What I’ve Read...

    3.5 stars! I expected more of this book. It had a great mystery but it needed more details. I believe that since this is the first book of the series, it should have more details about the FBI agents. But as my first book of this author, it wasn't that bad. I'll give it a shot and read the second book. Maybe it will get better, maybe it won't. We'll see...

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Great fib thriller I liked this book. Ms. Monroe is a new agent who winds up in the hands of a serial killer. Jordan is piling up bodies for revenge.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Aaron Burden

    somewhat very predictable, one little twist at the end.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Caz Freeman

    Would have been 4 but for some inconsistancies in police response times and that is mot a spoliet 😁

  15. 4 out of 5

    gwen graves

    A good story I have read the first book in the series of Jade Monroe, when she was a detective and really enjoyed the character story, I know I should finish that series and will, but this came on sale, so I got it. I liked the first book better, but this was still good.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Colin Devonshire

    I enjoyed it.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Roger

    Really enjoyed this book and would highly recommend it.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Steve Donnelly

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This was just an ok read. I enjoyed the story but I felt it lacked detail. There was no depth to the story. There was so much information I would have liked to have read about characters and situations but they seemed to be glossed over. Even at the end when faced with her having to explain a 'career ending decision ' it was almost dismissed. This was not believable to me. She was kidnapped, two people died one could say directly due her actions and yet there was nothing..... She showed very litt This was just an ok read. I enjoyed the story but I felt it lacked detail. There was no depth to the story. There was so much information I would have liked to have read about characters and situations but they seemed to be glossed over. Even at the end when faced with her having to explain a 'career ending decision ' it was almost dismissed. This was not believable to me. She was kidnapped, two people died one could say directly due her actions and yet there was nothing..... She showed very little empathy towards the victims, she took her time going back to work showering and eating. As a retired Detective I found her actions to be unforgivable. I would not have wanted a partner with the same character traits. Not a likeable character.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Ted Tayler

    "Encouraging beginnings" Some of the best story tellers aren't great writers. I found this FBI procedural extremely enjoyable. The pace was relentless, and the tension maintained throughout. Jade Monroe and her fellow characters were convincing enough, even though there were flaws in their make-up and the way they handled this case. OK, you might be able to guess where things are going, and the writing style may be naive at times, but don't shoot the messenger. There's still a good story in these "Encouraging beginnings" Some of the best story tellers aren't great writers. I found this FBI procedural extremely enjoyable. The pace was relentless, and the tension maintained throughout. Jade Monroe and her fellow characters were convincing enough, even though there were flaws in their make-up and the way they handled this case. OK, you might be able to guess where things are going, and the writing style may be naive at times, but don't shoot the messenger. There's still a good story in these pages, and those rough edges can be polished as the series progresses.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Tony Parsons

    Milwaukee, WI. FBI SSA Phil Spelling introduces FBI SA Jade Monroe (Serial Homicide, former Washburn co. Detective, sheriff sergeant, SCU), to the other Serial Homicide unit members: FBI SA Moore “Cam” Jenkins (married), FBI SA Valerie “Val” Moore (divorced), FBI SA John Thomas “J.T.” Harper (37, Jade’s partner), & FBI SA Maria Delgado. FBI SA Moore & FBI SA Delgado were assigned the Adams homicide case in Lake Geneva. Why was Jordan following Beverly Grant (911 operator)? Kent Taylor (drug co nat Milwaukee, WI. FBI SSA Phil Spelling introduces FBI SA Jade Monroe (Serial Homicide, former Washburn co. Detective, sheriff sergeant, SCU), to the other Serial Homicide unit members: FBI SA Moore “Cam” Jenkins (married), FBI SA Valerie “Val” Moore (divorced), FBI SA John Thomas “J.T.” Harper (37, Jade’s partner), & FBI SA Maria Delgado. FBI SA Moore & FBI SA Delgado were assigned the Adams homicide case in Lake Geneva. Why was Jordan following Beverly Grant (911 operator)? Kent Taylor (drug co national sales rep, alcoholic) kissed Jordan Taylor (wife) as he walked through the door. Houston, TX. FBI SA Monroe & FBI SA Harper were to report to FBI SSA Michelle Tam. FBI SA Dave Miller & FBI SA Bruce Starks were introduced. Ted Arneson (surveyor, Cornerview Surveying), & Jerry Fosco (Cemcom bricklayer) were the first 2 victims. Beverly Grant had been brutally murdered yesterday. Mark Fellenz (cement mixer) is the next victim. George Craig (Sr. ME) was looking over Myron Dormin (30, landscape architect, Dormin Landscape Designs) remains. John Nels would never see Ann Nels (wife) again. FBI SA J.T. Harper called Amber Monroe to see if Jade (sister) was still missing. Will the murder mystery be solved & someone brought to justice? Will Jade be found alive/well? I did not receive any type of compensation for reading & reviewing this book. While I receive free books from publishers & authors, I am under no obligation to write a positive review. Only an honest one. A very awesome book cover, great font & writing style. A very well written FBI thriller book. It was very easy for me to read/follow from start/finish & never a dull moment. There were no grammar/typo errors, nor any repetitive or out of line sequence sentences. Lots of exciting scenarios, with several twists/turns & a large set of unique characters to keep track of. This could also make another great FBI thriller movie, or better yet a mini TV series. There is no doubt in my mind this is a very easy rating of 5 stars. Thank you for the free author; BookBrag; Amazon Digital Services LLC.; book Tony Parsons MSW (Washburn)

  21. 4 out of 5

    Travis

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This book wasn't a bad story, I jut don't think it was done very well. Sure, if you don't mind a mediocre story, that has no mystery in it, then perhaps this will appeal to you. This story is definitely not for those who like to follow along with the clues, and figure out the mystery on your own, preferably before it's revealed in the book, because this isn't that kind of story. It's a murder mystery, sure, but the only mystery here, is why the killer is acting as they do, not who the killer is, This book wasn't a bad story, I jut don't think it was done very well. Sure, if you don't mind a mediocre story, that has no mystery in it, then perhaps this will appeal to you. This story is definitely not for those who like to follow along with the clues, and figure out the mystery on your own, preferably before it's revealed in the book, because this isn't that kind of story. It's a murder mystery, sure, but the only mystery here, is why the killer is acting as they do, not who the killer is, or even who they're killing, the why of it all is the only mystery here, ad in my opinion, that does not make for a decent murder mystery. Motive is not something the reader can puzzle out on their own considering it wasn't even revealed that there was an actual motive until nearly the end of the book. I guess I like my murder mysteries with a bit of mystery in them, and this book didn't have that. It is a decent story, though not a great one. I am puzzled though, as to why the killer was put into the ambulance, and the FBI agent was the only one riding in the back with the killer. Wouldn't you think that a high profile killer like this one would at least have had an EMT in the back, working to keep them alive until they could get to the hospital? And, for that matter, even the FBI agent was only there because she took it upon herself to get in the ambulance, whoever was handling this one flubbed it masterfully. I guess the EMT's job was to get to the hospital, and to ignore the patient. I sure hope I never ride along with an EMT team like that if I need an ambulance. I mean, the victim is bleeding, is on death's door, and the ambulance crew just hops in the front, and drives off. Yeah, way to do your jobs there EMT team. Yeah, can't say I recommend this book, unless it's for the story alone, since the mystery part of the murder mystery is missing, the reality checks needed to make it feel real aren't there, and the ending stinks, but if you aren't as picky as I am about these kinds of things, you're likely to enjoy this story, just don't expect too much from it.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Ivy Shen

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The book is captivating in a general sense, but it’s repetitive and wordy in some parts. Here is the plot summary in a linear fashion: After a few miscarriages, Jordan and Kent Taylor finally got pregnant and Jordan gave birth to Emily. The family hired a contractor to build a cinder block wall in the house, which later collapsed and buried Emily alive at three years old. After the accident, the Taylors sued the contractor, but the case was dismissed as a pure accident. Emily’s death devastated The book is captivating in a general sense, but it’s repetitive and wordy in some parts. Here is the plot summary in a linear fashion: After a few miscarriages, Jordan and Kent Taylor finally got pregnant and Jordan gave birth to Emily. The family hired a contractor to build a cinder block wall in the house, which later collapsed and buried Emily alive at three years old. After the accident, the Taylors sued the contractor, but the case was dismissed as a pure accident. Emily’s death devastated Jordan and triggered her to take revenge by murdering the entire team, including the brick layers, the designers, and the case analyst. Jordan also killed the 911 operator who mistakenly sent the ambulance to the wrong address when Emily was in critical condition. Later we learn that moments before the wall collapsed, Kent secretly called Jeanie, Jordan’s best friend and Kent’s mistress, and neglected Emily, which indirectly led to the child’s death. Certainly, our dedicated killer would not leave her husband and best friend alive. The whole story is told from a new FBI agent Jade Monroe’s perspective, who partook in the investigation and was later kidnapped by Jordan.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Todd Wilkinson

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This is my first read by this author and I don't see myself reading more. This story takes off like a shot and had good promise. A serial killer is loose in Houston and a new FBI agent is assigned to a team to help track the killer down. As the body count rises, our new agent starts flying fast and loose on protocol and it nearly costs her her life. But wait, now that she's held captive by the killer, the killer allows her to live. The psycho killer now isn't going to kill an FBI agent because.. This is my first read by this author and I don't see myself reading more. This story takes off like a shot and had good promise. A serial killer is loose in Houston and a new FBI agent is assigned to a team to help track the killer down. As the body count rises, our new agent starts flying fast and loose on protocol and it nearly costs her her life. But wait, now that she's held captive by the killer, the killer allows her to live. The psycho killer now isn't going to kill an FBI agent because... she has a conscience? This is where the book jumps the shark. After being found and free from the killer, she must shower and eat before getting back on the trail of the killer. An hour or more goes by and this is the agent that knows how and where to find our killer. The final showdown with the killer is just a poorly written scene. I'm not sure it has any plausibility. I can't remember being so disappointed in a book in a long time.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Nancy

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Murder happens in Houston, but when the most recent murders take on disturbing similarities, local law enforcement officers fear a serial killer is roaming their streets. Former sheriff’s department sergeant Jade Monroe has just graduated from the FBI’s serial crimes unit in homicide and is called to Houston with her partner, J.T. Harper, to take on her first assignment—apprehending the person responsible for these gruesome crimes. With victims piling up and the clock ticking, Jade and J.T. need Murder happens in Houston, but when the most recent murders take on disturbing similarities, local law enforcement officers fear a serial killer is roaming their streets. Former sheriff’s department sergeant Jade Monroe has just graduated from the FBI’s serial crimes unit in homicide and is called to Houston with her partner, J.T. Harper, to take on her first assignment—apprehending the person responsible for these gruesome crimes. With victims piling up and the clock ticking, Jade and J.T. need to intensify their search because there’s no sign the killer is slowing down. After a late-night epiphany while she’s alone, Jade suddenly comes face to face with the killer, and now Jade is missing. The clock continues to tick—but this time it’s for her. Note: All Jade Monroe books are standalone stories but since characters carry over, they are best read in chronological order. Didn't finish.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Maya

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This book was definitely... Interesting. I was OK with the writing style. I was even OK with the storyline. There were a couple times where I was more disappointed in the way the FBI agents handled themselves, and I remember thinking “man is this how dumb real FBI agents are? “ them never been able to find a husband, then taking so long to put together her motive, them letting both Kent and Janine die at the end of the book. Though, The ending was definitely surprising. The killer made it throug This book was definitely... Interesting. I was OK with the writing style. I was even OK with the storyline. There were a couple times where I was more disappointed in the way the FBI agents handled themselves, and I remember thinking “man is this how dumb real FBI agents are? “ them never been able to find a husband, then taking so long to put together her motive, them letting both Kent and Janine die at the end of the book. Though, The ending was definitely surprising. The killer made it through her whole list and I think got the ending that she wanted. I was surprised that Jade didn’t get more negative consequences for her rash decision making. I think her decision to visit the house even when she suspected that this person was a serial killer and to go along was ridiculous. However, overall I like the idea of a bad ass FBI agent who is female and isn’t scared of anything. I will likely be reading the next book.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Carol Pennington

    Special Agent Jade Monroe is new to the force and assigned to the serial crimes unit. After only a short time on the job, she and her partner are sent to Houston to assist with a series of murders there. While she is new to her position, she is not new to law enforcement. She spent five years as a deputy in Wisconsin and she knows her stuff. Her and her partner quickly start unraveling the clues that lead them toward the murderer, but will they make it in time to save any intended victims. This Special Agent Jade Monroe is new to the force and assigned to the serial crimes unit. After only a short time on the job, she and her partner are sent to Houston to assist with a series of murders there. While she is new to her position, she is not new to law enforcement. She spent five years as a deputy in Wisconsin and she knows her stuff. Her and her partner quickly start unraveling the clues that lead them toward the murderer, but will they make it in time to save any intended victims. This book is action packed. It had me hooked from the first chapter and I just could not put it down. My only hold out is the foul language that is used. I prefer a book absent foul language. It at least was not vulgar. The violence was fairly intense, being a murder thriller, but I didn’t find it too graphic. There were no sex scenes. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes a good thriller and can tolerate a bit of foul language.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Antigone Walsh

    A cunning killer bent on vengeance ishas made a list. Local law enforcement is baffled and the FBI is called in. Newly minted agent Jade Monroe puts her smarts to work and quickly hones in on the killer. Soon Jade finds herself in the clutches of a killer with lives at stake. Time is running out for Jade and the people on the killer's list. There are things to like about this book. The killer is interesting even though the motivation is usual. Pacing is fast and there is suspense. But the big fai A cunning killer bent on vengeance ishas made a list. Local law enforcement is baffled and the FBI is called in. Newly minted agent Jade Monroe puts her smarts to work and quickly hones in on the killer. Soon Jade finds herself in the clutches of a killer with lives at stake. Time is running out for Jade and the people on the killer's list. There are things to like about this book. The killer is interesting even though the motivation is usual. Pacing is fast and there is suspense. But the big fail is the lack of urgency of law enforcement. They are more interested in eating, drinking, showering and sleeping than they are hunting a killer. They won't bother anyone to get stuff done on the weekends. And for all Jade's brilliance and talents she acts stupidly and recklessly. Instead of sharing information and getting medical assistance, she insists on being part of the action. The end disappoints. Serial KIller, 1, FBI, 0.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Roy Murry

    SNAPPED C.M. Sutter Reviewed by Author Roy Murry Jade, a newbie in the FBI, is on a learning curve and put in a position she should not have been. Her character well developed in investigating a crime but moves forward alone against a serial killer, which is not FBI's MO. Jordan is on a quest to the right a wrong done to her family, which comes together with little by little as she kills her victims. Although Jade Monroe is the lead in this thriller, I feel Jordan's psyche moves the story along not SNAPPED C.M. Sutter Reviewed by Author Roy Murry Jade, a newbie in the FBI, is on a learning curve and put in a position she should not have been. Her character well developed in investigating a crime but moves forward alone against a serial killer, which is not FBI's MO. Jordan is on a quest to the right a wrong done to her family, which comes together with little by little as she kills her victims. Although Jade Monroe is the lead in this thriller, I feel Jordan's psyche moves the story along not Jade's education, and she gets one in confronting Jordan. Both characters moved this predictable story forward. However, why Jordan SNAPPED is not and doesn't come to light until the shocking end. The highs are in Jordan's endeavors, and the lows are in the FBI's. All in all, it's a good read.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jerry Walch

    C.M. Sutter has hit another one out of the ballpark with Snapped , the first book in the Agent Jade Monroe FBI Thriller, thriller series. Anyone who has read any of the other Jade Monroe thrillers will love this new series. Jade is still the same impetuous, kick ass lady that we have all grown to love, the same lady who brings down the bad guys, or bad girls, against all odds. Jade is feminine, beautiful, and witty, but there isn't anything ladylike about her when it comes to going head to he C.M. Sutter has hit another one out of the ballpark with Snapped , the first book in the Agent Jade Monroe FBI Thriller, thriller series. Anyone who has read any of the other Jade Monroe thrillers will love this new series. Jade is still the same impetuous, kick ass lady that we have all grown to love, the same lady who brings down the bad guys, or bad girls, against all odds. Jade is feminine, beautiful, and witty, but there isn't anything ladylike about her when it comes to going head to head with criminals. If you have never read any of Jade Monroe books you need to start reading them now. You'll be glad that you took the plunge.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Liza

    Despite my complaints below, I enjoyed the story. The methods of the kills were varied but related. The story had two levels of motive for the killings. I kept waiting for the main motive to be disclosed in the book (I guessed it quite early). Surely it would have been mentioned in the law suit documentation? I didn't guess the triggering motive as a triggering event. I just knew that it was true (kind of in the background). This was Jade's first case in the FBI. She was treated/behaved as an expe Despite my complaints below, I enjoyed the story. The methods of the kills were varied but related. The story had two levels of motive for the killings. I kept waiting for the main motive to be disclosed in the book (I guessed it quite early). Surely it would have been mentioned in the law suit documentation? I didn't guess the triggering motive as a triggering event. I just knew that it was true (kind of in the background). This was Jade's first case in the FBI. She was treated/behaved as an experienced (almost as the senior) FBI agent which seemed a bit off. Experience as a cop is one thing but the FBI has to deal with state rules and laws.

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