Kaely Quinn's talents as an FBI behavior analyst are impossible to ignore, no matter how unorthodox her methods. But when a reporter outs her as the daughter of an infamous serial killer, she's demoted to field agent and transferred to St. Louis.When the same reporter who ruined her career claims to have received an anonymous poem predicting a string of murders, ending with ...
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Mind Games Reviews
Wow! This book was full of twists and turns. I had narrowed the killer down to a couple of people, and I was right when it was revealed.
This page turner kept me up at night. I can't wait for the next one in the series.
I received a copy from the publisher in order to share my honest opinion. My thoughts and opinions are my own.
Rating: 4 stars
Recommended to fans of Dani Pettrey, Dee Henderson, Terri Blackstock
This is the best character driven Christian suspense novel I have read in ages. Mehl's development of Kaely, the major character, is masterful. I was fascinated by Kaely's thought processes as she had insights into the villain. I liked how she had to work through and overcome a number of issues, beginning with being the daughter of a serial killer. The novel includes some powerful and well presented theological discussions about God and evil in the world. I liked Kaely's explanation of how she c ...more
Oh my goodness! This was such a good read. I loved how the author made the book fairly long without seeming draggy AT ALL (I mean, I read it in one day. ONE DAY.). It was definitely very well paced. I really enjoyed the murder mystery. I have a tendency to dislike murder-related / creepier stories because they CREEP THE CREEPS OUT OF ME, but I think this one was done well. There was one creepy part, but it was very... lightly creepy.
The story itself is very original- I've never read a book with ...more
Wow! Nancy Mehl’s Mind Games is a wild ride from start to finish. With artful suspense, surprises, and detail, the mystery unfolds on the pages and kept me guessing until Mehl reveals the killer in the end. It’s an unputdownable page-turner, for sure.
At the center of all the action is Kaely Quinn, an FBI behavioral analyst who is also the daughter of a serial killer. Her methods are unusual, but she knows how to do her job well, motivated by her haunting family history. So, when a chilling po ...more
I have never met a character quite like Kaely Quinn.
This story is an absolute page turner! The storyline is excellent. I was on pins and needles the entire time! This book honestly kept me guessing until the very end!
And, that cover sets the mood for the story perfectly!!
There's so much I want to say about this book but I don't want to spoil the experience of reading this first hand. This book was really great thriller and I totally recommend it! I am definitely looking forward to reading mo ...more
First of all, let me say, “Whoa!” Kaely Quinn is one complex character. And you really don’t find out just how complex until the end of this novel, so I am really looking forward to learning more about her in the next novel in this series. And this plot pretty much had me suspecting everyone at some point. It was an intriguing race to outwit the person behind the killings as he drew closer and closer to his objective: Kaely Quinn aka Jessica Oliphant.
Yet, for all that, there were a few things th ...more
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Well, that was a tense and twisty turvy ride.
The beginning of the book was a little slow, but toward the middle it really picks up and it doesn't let you go until the end. The plot twists were on point, I can honestly say I didn't see them coming. Usually I can figure out who the bad guy is in these kinds of books is, but in this one... I was wrong.
I wasn't sure about Kaely Quinn at first, but I ended up really liking her. It turns out Noah is really the one I'm not sure about. He's kind of, I d ...more