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Zoeken of Jeffreys is terechtgesteld voor moorden die hij niet heeft begaan en er dus nog steeds een levensgevaarlijke maniak vrij rondlooptWanneer een tweede moord en een vermissing dat laatste lijken te bevestigen begint de tijd te dringen 35 stars but not really good enough for 4A Perfect Evil is Alex Kava's first book in the series featuring Maggie O'Dell a feisty and thorough FBI profiler ODell is brought into a small town in Nebraska after a child murder bears the same signs of recent spate of seriel murders in the same town The problem is that the murderer was executed Is this a copy cat or did the town put to death the wrong person?O'Dell encounters the new Sherrif who is the son of the Sherrif who captured the killer of course he is All of the original force is still around But soon it appears that something isn't right in this town in fact something is uite wringMuch of the story is formulaic including a short lived romance between the Sherrif and O'Dell the stereotypical small town banter and behavior etc but there also were glimmers of good writing when it came to O'Dell As the series progresses I think her character will grow as well In short this was a good enjoyable read and a solid start to a promising series

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Gevonden Er blijken zoveel overeenkomsten met Jeffreys' werkwijze dat toeval moet worden uitgesloten Gaat het hier om een copycat? Of is de executie een gerechtelijke dwaling geweest?FBI agent Maggie O'Dell wordt te hulp geroepen om te onder When a young boy goes missing and is found brutally murdered in Platte City Nebraska days later Sheriff Nick Morelli is advised to get help from FBI profiler Maggie O'Dell especially after it appears to match previous crimes of a serial killer who was executed months earlier O'Dell however is still reeling from a harrowing capture of a vicious killer a month ago where she almost lost her life The case was extremely interesting and captured my interest immediately However I found the relationship between Nick and Maggie to be a distraction She's a highly touted profiler but never really created a strong imprint on the case Nick came across as supremely incompetent and vacuous And I think that was the intent What saved the story were the actual cases especially the last abduction and the points of view provided by the killer They were chilling and well crafted I wasn't fond of the ending as it left me flounderingit wasn't clever nor was it a compelling twist It just felt unfinished Since I think this story was a victim of what I consider first book itis I'm looking forward to continuing because there were uite a few elements that worked 35 stars

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Lincoln Nebraska Op woensdag 17 juli vindt Ronald Jeffreys veroordeeld voor een serie gruwelijke moorden de dood op de elektrische stoelDrie maanden later wordt op een modderige rivieroever vlak bij het naburige Platte City opnieuw een lijk 25 StarsToo bad cause I really really liked the heroine and the story in the beginning The killer couldn't be obvious the police couldn't be incompetent and the romantic aspect couldn't be disappointing

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  • A Perfect Evil
  • Alex Kava
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  • 01 October 2017
  • 9789085500773

About the Author: Alex Kava

ALEX KAVA IS A NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR of the critically acclaimed Maggie O’Dell series and a new series featuring former Marine Ryder Creed and his K dogs Her stand alone novel One False Move was the One Book One Nebraska Published in over thirty countries Kava’s novels have made the bestseller lists in the UK Australia Germany Japan Italy and Poland Her novel Stranded.



10 thoughts on “A Perfect Evil

  1. says:

    Ooh almost Christmas time Tis the season for murder make sure you say murder in a creepy voice in your head What you trying to tell me that you DON'T have a creepy voice in your head? Then you are a liarNow that I have thoroughly offended anyone who has actually stuck around to read this review here's the dealioSo there's a serial killer who is killing kids in a small town The town's sheriff is a good ol boy a fuck boy and totally out of his league Send in the FBI expert profiler and obviously beautiful woman Maggie O'Dell Maggie and Sheriff Fuck Boy are trying to solve the murder together now and it's a pretty good story They have great chemistry but Maggie is married and Sheriff FB is still putting the moves on her smoothNow Sherrif FB's sister is a Dumb Bitch DB DB wants to make it big in the newspaper world cuz newspapers are the future right? DB keeps doing extremely slimy things to get the story like printing that a boy's body was found before Sheriff FB informs the family Then DB's kid gets kidnapped not a spoiler it's in the blurb and suddenly she has an attack of the guilts Hey DB maybe if you spent time being a mother and less time being a DB you wouldn't have let your 10 yr old kid walk home alone in the evening when you know perfectly well that a serial killer is luring in boys faster than a video game system with gratuitous violence and sex Dammit GTA We have to drive on the road with these little maniacs when they grow upBut don't worry kiddos cuz Daddy comes to town to help his idiot son solve the murder Only Daddy is interested in fame and camera time He's Daddy Fame Whore Daddy FW makes things so uncomfortable for his poor stupid children The only good thing about him appearing in the book is that it helps us understand why his kids are hot messesBut really everyone is a hot mess So I guess it's just like real lifeAnyway if you want some disturbing murder in your life this is the book for you I'm looking forward to continuing the series

  2. says:

    25 StarsToo bad cause I really really liked the heroine and the story in the beginning The killer couldn't be obvious the police couldn't be incompetent and the romantic aspect couldn't be disappointing

  3. says:

    I found this book to be a bit of a mixture and therefore not easy to review On the one hand it was very readable and I never actually put it to one side and went off to read something else On the other hand neither did I wave it in the air at the end and say what a good book it was The characters were somehow too flawed and Nick in particular never really redeemed himself at all But the biggest problem was realising who the murderer was far too early in the book and then watching the so called experts not being able to see what was under their noses The author tried to put up a few false leads but they did not work for me Nevertheless for a first book this was pretty good and I am looking forward to watching the main character and the author's skill develop as the series continues

  4. says:

    When a young boy goes missing and is found brutally murdered in Platte City Nebraska days later Sheriff Nick Morelli is advised to get help from FBI profiler Maggie O'Dell especially after it appears to match previous crimes of a serial killer who was executed months earlier O'Dell however is still reeling from a harrowing capture of a vicious killer a month ago where she almost lost her life The case was extremely interesting and captured my interest immediately However I found the relationship between Nick and Maggie to be a distraction She's a highly touted profiler but never really created a strong imprint on the case Nick came across as supremely incompetent and vacuous And I think that was the intent What saved the story were the actual cases especially the last abduction and the points of view provided by the killer They were chilling and well crafted I wasn't fond of the ending as it left me flounderingit wasn't clever nor was it a compelling twist It just felt unfinished Since I think this story was a victim of what I consider first book itis I'm looking forward to continuing because there were uite a few elements that worked 35 stars

  5. says:

    This is Alex Kava’s debut book and my first time reading her I always feel it’s best to start at the beginning of a seriesThis is not a bad book for a debut but it’s not great I liked Special Agent Maggie O’Dell and Sheriff Nick Morrelli and their budding relationship Other characters were less well developed and some were stereotypes The plot left a lot to be desired; it was very predictableIn spite of that I did enjoy the book I see lots of potential and will continue with the series

  6. says:

    It's hard to know where to start with this one I thought I was on the verge of kicking off a new smart female centric series that I could get my teeth into What I ended up with was a sub par not very thrilling thriller with a ridiculous Mills Boon esue romance simmering panting and almost but never uite cavorting in the background I was surprised to find alleged series lead Maggie O'Dell relegated to one of many POVs with the bulk of the initial plot being driven by blander than bland good ol' boy Sheriff Nick who finds himself flailing incompetently when someone starts dumping dead kids in his patch Enter Maggie and all her emotional baggage stage left and let the inappropriate thoughts of romance and jumping each others' bones begin Seriously that's all they do Maggie conjures up a profile that everyone ignores and no wonder really; for a crack hot profiler she comes up with a load of bloody rubbish you could get off the TV has occasionally traumatic thoughts about her traumatic past and spends the rest of the time wondering why she's so incapable of keeping her mind off Nick's pert backside or his piercing eyes or his boyish good looks or hisoh you get the idea There's little to no forensic or technical detail nothing to suggest that Kava did a hint of research and hey why use one adverb when you can use two? By the time the dog's breakfast ending of false tension and day old stupid police work rolled around my despair was complete Recommended for masochists only

  7. says:

    35 stars but not really good enough for 4A Perfect Evil is Alex Kava's first book in the series featuring Maggie O'Dell a feisty and thorough FBI profiler ODell is brought into a small town in Nebraska after a child murder bears the same signs of recent spate of seriel murders in the same town The problem is that the murderer was executed Is this a copy cat or did the town put to death the wrong person?O'Dell encounters the new Sherrif who is the son of the Sherrif who captured the killer of course he is All of the original force is still around But soon it appears that something isn't right in this town in fact something is uite wringMuch of the story is formulaic including a short lived romance between the Sherrif and O'Dell the stereotypical small town banter and behavior etc but there also were glimmers of good writing when it came to O'Dell As the series progresses I think her character will grow as well In short this was a good enjoyable read and a solid start to a promising series

  8. says:

    A Perfect Evil is Alex Kava's debut novel and the 1st book in her Maggie O'Dell SeriesWe are introduced to FBI profiler Maggie O'Dell who has been tasked with investigating the kidnapmurders of three young boys in the small town of Platte City NebraskaWorking with the town's sheriff Nick Morelli she becomes part of a very dangerous game when the devious and evil killer becomes obsessed with her and begins playing a cat and mouse game with herThe chemistry build up between Maggie and Nick is done in a very subtle way leaving us to wonder how that relationship will continue in the next bookThe author uses the small town setting extremely wellthe tension and suspicions between the residents is palpable as they realize that the killer could be living amongst themA well executed page turner that ends with a setup for the next book

  9. says:

    35 Stars rounded upI liked this book and the author's writing style I liked the potential of the Maggie O'Dell character Maggie has come face to face with a brutal serial killer and the experience has left its scars both physically and emotionally Now she is in the small town of Platte City NE helping an inexperienced sheriff by profiling a kidnapperkiller of little boys Maggie becomes wrapped up in the case than just a profiler as another little boy has been kidnapped and killed and then a third boy is kidnapped and the clock is ticking She is smart but she does do a few independent moves that can look a little TSTL On the flip side there really doesn't seem to be much support and capability coming out of the sheriff's officeNick Morelli the Sheriff is a drain on the story line His character becomes almost unlikable due to his incompetence and playboy ways I can definitely see where other reviewers had problems with his character He has basically inherited the position from his father and let the department run itself pretty much without interference from him His staff is partially good ole boys leftover from his dad Although well liked prior to the kidnappings he didn't earn much respect He definitely didn't have mine He was much interested in the woman of the month well like one night stands then understanding his responsibilities as Sheriff Although his character developed during the book I found that I still didn't like himThe plot of the kidnapped boys and their tie in to similar crimes committed during Nick's father's regime was a good one However when the victims of a serial killer are innocent children it's a little harder to read about We don't get gory details thank goodness but there's enough information that's difficult to read It might be because in reality there are people out there that would do this children and that's hard to stomachAlthough there is the basic resolution of this case the ending leaves two major points open I much prefer it when all the ends are tied up but there is a nemesis element that the author wants to keep open I did like this book and really see the potential of this series and will continue with the next book

  10. says:

    This books was truly terrible I wanted to uit by the 10th chapter but I usually finish a book once it's started In this case it's a decision I deeply regret Time in my life that I could have spent reading something good is now gone foreverNone of the characters are at all likable and they are all downright stupid The author had cops destroying evidence and bumbling around like fools She somehow even made the poor little 10 year old victims stupid Two children have been kidnapped and killed yet a 10 year old boy would not run screaming from a masked man talking to him? How insulting to ten year olds everywhere And then for fun let's throw in as many evil people as possible in some sort of weird and failed attempt to confuse readers about who the murderer really is This book didn't flow didn't make me care all it did was make me burst out in sudden fits of swearing at it's idiocy

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