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    review × PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Vanessa Skye Vanessa Skye ✓ 6 review [PDF] The Enemy Inside A respected detective with the Chicago Police Department’s Special Crimes Unit Berg formally known as Detective Alicia Raymond and partner the irrepressible womaniser Jay O’Loughlin are assigned to investigate the murder of a truck driver As the gruesome remains of dead truckies begin to mount the pieces start to fall into place and it becomes clear that the deaths are related to a case they have been working on inv

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    [PDF] The Enemy Inside It seems I am on a bit of a crime mystery thriller spree at the moment Totally unintentional but totally awesome so far The Enemy Inside is a

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    review The Enemy Inside [PDF] The Enemy Inside Vanessa Skye ✓ 6 review I'm a girlie and fluffy and all that but I do love a good cop show You know how CSI and the likes keep you riveted about the world of crime and cops and other TV showsmovies have serial killers and all that lovely hoopla? Well The Enemy Inside has all this and I couldn't believe how easy this book was to read Not the subject matter but the way Ms Skye puts her words down on the page? Absolutely riveting I went into this book a bi

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    review The Enemy Inside Vanessa Skye ✓ 6 review [PDF] The Enemy Inside This book is an amazing debut It is a rare thing for a whodunnit to have me completely bamboozled until right at the end but this did and it did it well The plot is so well crafted with twists and red herrings aplenty that the pace races along and you find yourself really caring for Berg and Jay In fact I fell a little bit in love with Jay Unlike the macho cop you expect he is gentle and truly cares about his partner's downward spiral the

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    [PDF] The Enemy Inside review × PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Vanessa Skye Vanessa Skye ✓ 6 review I work for the publisher that released this novel but I honestly enjoyed reading The Enemy Inside Written by an Aussie author it's a well paced read a little bit gritty with some fairly heavy adult contentGive it a goC

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    Vanessa Skye ✓ 6 review [PDF] The Enemy Inside Exciting Update Blogtour And Free Ebook Giveaway The Enemy Inside by Vanessa Skye vanessaskyeBlog Post Enemy Inside The Writer's Coffee ShopVanessa SkyeExpected Publication Date Aug 8 2013Crime Fiction45 out of 5 StarsChicago Detective Alicia Raymond aka Berg hides her depression and a brutal past with dangerous anonymous sex and an obsessive desire to track down killers Bringing murderers to justice is the

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    [PDF] The Enemy Inside review × PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Vanessa Skye review The Enemy Inside From GoodreadsWhile exploring darkness in others be careful not to expose your ownThat’s what Chicago detective Alicia Raymond discovers when she’s assigned to investigate the gruesome torture and murder of a middle aged trucker with a horrible secretBefore she can get a lead on one crime however the bodies start piling up and Alicia bet

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    [PDF] The Enemy Inside 45 starsDetectives Jay O’Loughlin and Alicia Raymond are assigned by their superior Captain Leigh to investigate the murder of a truck driver who was also a habitual sex offender Soon there are murdered truckers and the pair race to find some thread leading back to the killer Their intense investigation takes place against a back drop of political pressureintimidation and personal crises creating a compulsive readTHE ENEMY INSI

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    [PDF] The Enemy Inside review The Enemy Inside Wow This book was very different from what I was expecting but it was a thrilling read from start to finish nonetheless I don't know how I would categorise this It isn't just your usual crime fiction it has elements of many other genres Romance

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    review × PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Vanessa Skye Vanessa Skye ✓ 6 review review The Enemy Inside Passion for PagesI don’t understand why there aren’t people raving about this book I don’t understand how this book has gotten so little attention Why isn’t it on people’s reading radar?Even though I have a fascination with murder mysteries I don’t usually read them Why? Because authors rarely write them in a way that I find interesting I like the detail that goes into the crime scene I like the blood and gore—although if you

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review The Enemy Inside ò PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB While exploring darkness in others be careful not to expose your own That's what Chicago detective Alicia Raymond discovers when she's assigned to investigate the gruesome torture and murder of a middle aged trucker with a horrible secret Before she can get a lead on one crime however the bodies start piling up and Alicia better known as Berg finds herself the unexpected target of the very same legal system she has dedicated her life toWhile simultaneously under attack from a formidable past an enemy that seems to know too much and a conniving killer Berg is forced to confront her own darkness. A respected detective with the Chicago Police Department s Special Crimes Unit Berg formally known as Detective Alicia Raymond and partner the irrepressible womaniser Jay O Loughlin are assigned to investigate the murder of a truck driver As the gruesome remains of dead truckies begin to mount the pieces start to fall into place and it becomes clear that the deaths are related to a case they have been working on involving a string of missing womenPersonally though Berg isn t doing so well she often feels as though she is losing control of her life She is still hurting and vulnerable from a childhood the likes of which many of us may not know and the only thing that appears to keep her going is her gorgeous canine friend Jesse and the shameful secret she keeps until Jay accidentally stumbles upon itAs he tries to break though the walls she has built up around her she slowly allows them to crumble It is when he puts his life on the line to try and catch the killer that both these flawed characters will need to finally answer some burning uestions held deep withinI have been reviewing books now for about two years and am still astounded at the amount of talent there is amongst our Australian authors which I always go out of my way to promote In saying this Australian crime author Vanessa Skye is yet another to add to my growing list of must read authors as I was blown away by her writingPublished in August 2013 The Enemy Inside is Vanessa s debut novel and the first in the promising Edge of Darkness crime series featuring her strong female antihero Detective Berg otherwise known as Alicia Raymond and I was so drawn into the story that if I didn t need sleep in order to function properly the next day I probably would have read straight through the nightVanessa s character development is impeccable and I found myself rooting for the emotionally battered Berg as well as becoming just a little infatuated with the sexy and compassionate character of Jay O Loughlin as they raced against time to catch a killer Their characterisation is both deep and rich and their personal lives are balanced perfectly with the demands of the case introducing many different themes which I won t go into so as not to give anything awayThe atmosphere and emotion add to the richness of the landscape that these characters live in and Vanessa keeps the suspense tight revealing nothing until she absolutely wants to so much so that I was left second guessing myself as to the identity of the killer as Berg struggled to keep her own demons at bayIt s also clear that Vanessa has done a lot of research into the workings of crime scenes forensics the roles of detectives and the police departments in which they work and I found myself totally absorbed in the world that Berg and Jay inhabitThis is an entertaining and thrilling work of fiction with Vanessa keeping her storyline original and stitching up her narrative structure perfectly So if you enjoy a riveting police investigation with plenty of suspense and a memorable cast of characters to keep the pages turning whilst on a deeper level giving insight into the many aspects of human nature as well as the world around us I wouldn t hesitate to recommend this to you Ultimately it s a story about conuering your own worst enemy yourselfI can t wait to see what Vanessa has in store for Berg and Jay in the second in the series Broken

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review The Enemy Inside ò PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Her obsessive need to track down killers at the expense of everything else in her life; her increasing craving for violence just to feel normal; and her potentially devastating feelings for her partner the charming and handsome Detective Inspector Jay O’LoughlinThe Berg works her original case the she learns about the sheer viciousness of the trucker’s past and the she uestions if his murderer should even be punished by a justice system that only seems determined to free the guilty When she also finds herself sympathizing with a sadistic butcher exacting revenge for a decades old crime she. Exciting Update Blogtour And Free Ebook Giveaway The Enemy Inside by Vanessa Skye vanessaskyeBlog Post Enemy Inside The Writer s Coffee ShopVanessa SkyeExpected Publication Date Aug 8 2013Crime Fiction45 out of 5 StarsChicago Detective Alicia Raymond aka Berg hides her depression and a brutal past with dangerous anonymous sex and an obsessive desire to track down killers Bringing murderers to justice is the only thing she has in her life worth living forHer partner Detective Inspector Jay O Loughlin has a few secrets of his own He knows Berg isn t as perfect as her faultless veneer but as his intense attraction to her grows can he overlook itCaptain Louise Leigh assigns them to investigate the gruesome murder of a trucker and repeat sex offender But before they can get a lead on the killing another trucker s body is found on the highway Soon the bodies pile up and it s a race against time to find the killer before their Chief Consiglio uses them as scapegoats to fulfill his political aspirationsWhen Berg s DNA is found on one victim her career looks to be over In the course of clearing her name she and Jay grow even closer so when her sordid sex life is exposed their precarious relationship comes under fire With nothing to lose Jay and Berg forge ahead and defy direct orders to continue working on the cases until Jay disappearsDesperate to find him Berg stops at nothing to unearth what links the murders together eventually uncovering a sadistic vigilante exacting revenge for a thirty year old gang rape The sheer viciousness of the rape makes Berg uestion her place in a justice system that increasingly allows the guilty to go unpunishedBerg fears for Jay s life but her demons are overwhelming As events spiral out of control Berg is forced towards a final confrontation with the killer where she will face the ultimate test surrender to the evil inside her or finally confront the past she would rather buryIt s not often that I come across a book or movie that I can t guess the ending of or actions the characters would choose to make And I am very happy that The Enemy Inside is that kind of a story Vanessa Skye has come up with an extremely complex plot one that keeps you guessing until almost the end It s great that the characters don t have the obvious reactions that are the usual fodder of the predictable and extremely boring crime books This very complexity is what makes them come alive and root for both Berg and Jay and also want to kick him where the sun don t shine at times I understand why Berg acts the way she does although I must say I honestly thought she was beating someone up at first That action would have been probable as well as you have a hint of her having gone through some sort of traumatic experience Ms Skye does a fantastic job of making you care for Berg and want her to beat both the vigilante and that little voice which continuously taunts her Jay first seems to be sex on legs reminded me of Pep Streebeck in the 1987 Dragnet movie and then develops into a complex person you feel for although he can be extremely irritating at times just like a true male He s one I could happily have a lovehate relationship with All in all this is a book I couldn t put down easily and when I was forced to kept replaying and forming new possibilities in my mind I just saw that the next instalment will be out soon and I can t wait to read itI received this ARC in exchange for an honest review Contributed by Ramona

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review The Enemy Inside ò PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Realizes the most dangerous secret of all might just be her own state of mindWhile Berg struggles with her morality a killer is determined to recruit her and use her for a devastating end gameAs Berg’s carefully constructed life falls apart and she struggles to maintain a grip on reality she faces a choice surrender to the evil inside or finally acknowledge the brutal past she would rather buryThe Enemy Inside is the first in the Edge of Darkness series which challenges the concept of justice asks if vengeance sometimes justifies murder and explores whether you can ever heal from a broken pas. 45 starsDetectives Jay O Loughlin and Alicia Raymond are assigned by their superior Captain Leigh to investigate the murder of a truck driver who was also a habitual sex offender Soon there are murdered truckers and the pair race to find some thread leading back to the killer Their intense investigation takes place against a back drop of political pressureintimidation and personal crises creating a compulsive readTHE ENEMY INSIDE is dark raw and not for the faint of heart or stomach As fascinating as the whodunnit is Berg and Jay are eually interesting While THE ENEMY INSIDE is a dark read there s a strong undercurrent of hope as it showcases the strength of kindness caring and resilience of the human spiritAlicia Raymond better known as Berg short for Iceberg is one seriously damaged woman Berg hurts herself or has others do it via dangerous anonymous sex attempting to stop the inner pain that refuses to go away The guilt and shame afterwards only adds strength to the inner voice telling her how worthless she is Berg is in a vicious destructive cycle fighting daily to retain a semblance of normality Jay O Loughlin is Berg s partner Promiscuous serial dater he s never with one woman for long Jay too is haunted by his past and while painful it didn t hold a candle to Berg s demonsWhile Jay and Berg are partners they aren t friends nor are they particularly close Berg has raised avoidance and isolation to an art form rebuffing all of Jay s after work friendship overtures The dynamics of their partnership and personal interactions change drastically when Jay accidentally discovers Berg s hidden life revealing his true character in response Both begin to feel a flicker of hope and potential they never thought possible Learning about each character their background personal battles and growth is as absorbing as the mystery The first victim is introduced before his death That old Southern saying Your honor he needed killing was my first thought when his body was found Harsh but true The murders are brutal creative and well planned You get a sense of calculation and icy hatred Ms Skye doesn t shy away from the ugliness of life and does an excellent job illustrating the fine lines and shades of grey involved when it comes to truth justice and vengeance THE ENEMY INSIDE is multi dimensional and engages the reader in numerous ways The plot is complex keeping you engaged and on your toes with numerous twists and turns The uest for the killer is engrossing and tense but isn t the only source of tension The politics in the police department and political aspirations of Chief Consiglio often seem to come at the cost of truth and justice very frustrating Berg s constant battle against the darkness had me edgy and pulling for her The partnership between Jay and Berg as well as their interactions with the other detectives in the department are believable and also a source of stress Consiglio has it out for Jay and Berg riding Captain Leigh about them on an almost daily basisSherlock Holmes said It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data so I didn t even attempt to hazard a guess regarding the killer until the chapters were in the thirties Then a sentence clicked and my brain went ninety to nothing It was gratifying to discover I d guessed correctly The ending was unpredictable a huge plus but also annoying satisfying and slightly chilling I can t wait for the next book Reviewed by IvyD for Manic Readers

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  • The Enemy Inside
  • Vanessa Skye
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  • 12 July 2020
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