Aug 22, 2013

Speak of the Devil by Allison Leotta

Friday 56 Rules: *Grab a book, any book.
*Turn to page 56 or 56% in your eReader  *Find any sentence, (or few, just don't spoil it) that grabs you. *Post it. *Add your (url) post in Linky at Freda's Voice.

A few pages later, Jack stopped flipping and drew in a sharp breath. There, among pictures of cheering people throwing rice at him and Nina, was a blank white spot. A ghost of a rectangle showed where the picture used to be.
Title: Speak of the Devil (Anna Curtis #3) by Allison Leotta
Published August 6, 2013; Touchstone
Source: publisher

Publisher description: "On the very night she gets engaged to the man she loves,  prosecutor Anna Curtis’s professional life takes a shocking turn that threatens everything she holds dear.While Anna is enjoying a romantic dinner, a few miles away a vicious killer known as Diablo—the Devil—leads a group that will clash with Anna’s own investigative team in a fight against human trafficking in D.C. Both groups are caught off guard, with deadly results.

Allison Leotta draws on her experience as a D.C. prosecutor to take readers into the back rooms of the U.S. Attorney’s Office, the hidden world of the Witness Protection Program, and the secret rituals of one of America’s most dangerous gangs. Leotta weaves fact and fiction to create her third novel in the series."

What's your Friday 56 book teaser?


Suko said...

Terrific "56"! I like the title of this book. :)

Vasilly said...

What a quote! It made me want to know more about the book.

fredamans said...

Interesting 56! Sounds like a mystery ensuing.
I added you to the Linky.

Vicki said...

Scary! My kind of book!!

Brian Joseph said...

Very interesting line.

I am intrigued by the mystery of the missing picture.

guiltlessreader said...

Ooohh ... sounds like a great read!! And that title!

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