Wallflower (Harbinger Mystery, #2)

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 222 pages
  • Wallflower (Harbinger Mystery, #2)
  • Carolyn McCray
  • English
  • 01 June 2018

About the Author: Carolyn McCray

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Wallflower (Harbinger Mystery, #2) A Vicious Killer In On The Loose Can Famed FBI Profiler Kent Harbinger Overcome His Own Mental Instability To Catch The Mad Man Before He Kills Again With All The Twists And Turns And Shocking Conclusion, Wallflower Is The Perfect Sequel To Plain Jane Brunette Beware.

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10 thoughts on “Wallflower (Harbinger Mystery, #2)

  1. Laura Laporta says:

    Let me start off saying that I have read all of the books in the Harbinger series I love them This book will definitely make you squirm Literally There were times I had to look away from the pages Full disclosure I was offered a copy of this book prior to release for an honest review Kent Harbinger reminds me a little of detective Goren on law order Harbinger is quirky, arrogant, quick witted and flat out bold He does...

  2. Jane says:

    Didn t realize that I hadn t already read this one Yea A fresh Carolyn McCray it s like Christmas in July McCray never disappoints The latest episode in the Harbinger series is fast paced, and, as usual, the serial...

  3. Melissa says:

    Wallflower is the sequel to Plain Jane Brunette Beware by Carolyn McCray Yet another hauntingly and disturbing novel in Harbinger Mystery Series I don t know what the author McCray uses as her muse when she writes this series but, please don t let it go I have really come to love the character of Kent Haribinger He reminds me a little bit of Hannible Lecter and the characters from Criminal Minds He always thinks outside the box and really tries to get into the killers mind Yes Kent is bold Wallflower is the sequel to Plain Jane Brunette Beware by Carolyn McCray Yet another hauntingly and disturbing novel in Harbinger Mystery Series I don t know what the auth...

  4. Elizabeth Horton-Newton says:

    Wallflower by Carolyn McCray is definitely not for the squeamish Once again Kent Harbinger is on the trail of a serial killer accompanied by his detective lover Nicole As with the other Harbinger tales, Wallflower tracks the escalating horrors of a serial killer honing his craft The plot for this story is great but unlike Plain Jane , the previous Harbinger thriller, I found the dialogue in this book a little stilted While I must admit Kent still sounds like the delightfully pretentious g Wallflower by Carolyn McCray is definitely not for the squeamish Once again Kent Harbinger is on the trail of a serial killer accompanied by his detective lover Nicole As with the other Harbinger tales, Wallflower tracks the escalating horrors of a serial killer honing his craft The plot for this story is great but unlike Plain Jane , the previous Harbinger thriller, I found the dialogue in this book a little stilted While I must admit Kent still sounds like the delightfully pretentious guy we expect, Nicole has been somewhat reduced to a teenage minded girlfriend Admittedly this change fits well with some of the action in the latter part of the story but it is still a little disconcerting to have the once stable Nicole become erratic.It is nice to see the return of Ruben, Joshua, and the ever annoying medical examiner The addition of Yvent, the observant Jewish profiler in training, is an interesting touch and I can...

  5. Kim (Bookishly Me) says:

    No the blurb does not reveal a whole lot, I know, and I don t think I will let you know muchabout the story Why Well If I have learned anything from reading Carolyn McCray s books it is you just need to read it.The story starts off with action right away which had me on the edge of my seat right from the start And fortunately that ...

  6. Black Butterfly says:

    YUCKY N GROSS GROSS GROSS YIKES, I LOVED IT THE KILLER USED A VERY STRANGE METHOD TO KILL PEOPLE, REALLY, REALLY DIFFERENT oh so sick yuk yucky KENT S ABILITY TO MAKE SENSE OUT OF SENSELESS SITUATIONS WAS REALLY NEEDED IN THIS ONE I KNEW WHO THE KILLER WAS BUT YOU HAVE TO WAIT TILL THE CHARACTERS GET TOO THAT POINT, THEY HAD ME KINDA WORRIED FOR A BIT WHEW I SO AGREE WITH KENT, SERIAL KILLERS ARE UN REDEEMABLE AND THEY SHOULD ALL BE KILLED RIGHT AWAY IT MAY SOUND BLOODTHIRSTY YUCKY N GROSS GROSS GROSS YIKES, I LOVED IT THE KILLER USED A VERY STRANGE METHOD TO KILL PEOPLE, REALLY, REALLY DIFFERENT oh so sick yuk yucky KENT S ABILITY TO MAKE SENSE OUT OF SENSELESS SITUATIONS WAS REALLY NEEDED IN THIS ONE I KNEW WH...

  7. Christie says:

    I was honored to read this in it s beta version I can tell you only a little bit about this book First, IT S THAT GOOD Second, I did not see the twist coming Finally, who would have thought they would get help the way they did This book honestly took me by suprise I thought I had figured out who was behind the murders, but I was missing the master mind This book had me wanting to knowabout another character that is introduced I only hope he gives them one hell of a run for their mo I was honored to read this in it s beta version I can tell you only a little bit about this book First, IT S THAT GOOD S...

  8. Stacy says:

    WOW is all I can sayI ve been killing myself to make time to finish this book, and I was CERTAINLY NOT DISAPPOINTED NOW on to SHALLOW GRAVE a short story before BUZZ KILL ONE thing I will say about our main characters they ARE characters I m learning their...

  9. Valerie says:

    I have to say this was the best one of the books so far..I have also officially fallen for Kent, lol I got to see a lotof him in this book.full review of series to be written in the Box Set link on Goodreads, after I complete the series.Just easier then writing a review for each book

  10. Abeille says:

    I enjoyed this book, though I doubt it s one I ll choose to reread Interesting serial killer mystery that didn t require much thought I still think the main character is modeled off of, or at least greatly influenced by, Aloysius Pendergast from Child and Pre...