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O Assassino das Sombras (Quincy & Rainie #2) The past isn t over.An unspeakable act has ripped apart the idyllic town of Bakersville, Oregon, and its once peaceful residents are demanding quick justice But though a boy has confessed to the horrific crime, evidence shows he may not be guilty.Officer Rainie Conner, leading her first homicide investigation, stands at the center of the controversy It s hitting too close to home, bringing back her worst nightmares, threatening to expose her secret sins But with the boy s life at stake, she won t let anything stop her from finding the real killer.With the help of FBI profiler Pierce Quincy, Rainie comes closer to a deadly truth than she can imagine Because out there in the shadows a man watches her and plots his next move He knows her secrets He kills for sport He s already brought death to Bakersville and forever shattered the community But what he has really come for is Rainie and he won t leave until he has destroyed her. Read O Assassino das Sombras (Quincy & Rainie #2) – sneakerspear.co.uk

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  • Hardcover
  • 288 pages
  • O Assassino das Sombras (Quincy & Rainie #2)
  • Lisa Gardner
  • Portuguese
  • 15 January 2017
  • 9724235777 Edition Language Portuguese Series

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  1. In this story Lisa Gardner tackles the difficult subject of school shootings Lorraine Rainie Connor is a police officer in the small town of Bakersville, Oregon and has just been called to a shooting at the K 8 school She arrives to find panicked parents rushing to the school looking for their children, screaming students in the parking lot some who are wounded, and in the school itself the janitor seriously wounded one teacher dead and two eight year old girls also dead She begins a In this story Lisa Gardner tackles the difficult subject of school shootings Lorraine Rainie Connor is a police officer in the small town of Bakersville, Oregon and has just been called to a shooting at the K 8 school She arrives to find panicked parents rushing to the school looking for their children, screaming students in the parking lot some who are wounded, and in the school itself the janitor seriously wounded one teacher dead and two eight year old girls also dead She begins a search of the school and in one of the rooms finds the sheriff being held at gun point by his thirteen year old son In one of the closets curled in a fetal position and in apparent shock is the sheriff s eight year old daughter At first appearance the sheriff s son, Danny, would appear to be the perpetrator of this horrific act But is it a coincidence that the only two living students left in the school are the sheriff s children Bakersville is a small idyllic town where everyone knows eve...

  2. I think this is my 5th re read I ve been a fan of Lisa Gardner for years and this book is the first book Quincy and Rainie appear together Rainie is a small town cop, and Quincy is an FBI Profiler drawn to her town when a school shooting happens The little town of Bakersville, Oregon is a town where everyone knows everyone and neighbors look out for one another Not a place where you d expect a school shooting But three are dead, and it appears a thirteen year old Bakersville boy did the dee I think this is my 5th re read I ve been a fan of Lisa Gardner for years and this book is the first book Quincy and Rainie appear together Rainie is a small town cop, and Quincy is an FBI Profiler drawn to her town when a school shooting happens The little town of Bakersville, Oregon is a town where everyone knows everyone and neighbors look out for one another Not a place where you d expect a school shooting But three are dead, and it appears a thirteen year old Bakersville boy did the deed Quincy and Rainie discover the shooting isn t as cut and dry as it first appears and the key seems to be with the third victim, the pretty computer science teacher, Miss Avalon.Rainie is a complex character, a Bakerville native with a colorful past the locals have gossiped and theorized a...

  3. Bakersville in Oregon is a small town where nothing much ever happens So when Rainie Connor a police officer gets a call informing her that shots are being fired inside a school she can t believe it At first she thinks this must be a mistake, but once she arrives at the school, Rainie soon discovers that this no mistake Watching as she sees parents, teachers and children all running around frantic she quickly discovers that already there are a couple of children dead and several others injure Bakersville in Oregon is a small town where nothing much ever happens So when Rainie Connor a police officer gets a call informing her that shots are being fired inside a school she can t believe it At first she thinks this must be a mistake, but once she arrives at the school, Rainie soon discovers that this no mistake Watching as she sees parents, teachers and children all running around frantic she quickly discovers that already there are a couple of children dead and several others injured.Not knowing if the shooter is still inside the school, Rainie enters slowly and with plenty of caution As she approaches one of the rooms she can see her boss, Shep the Sheriff of Bakersville and his son, Danny who has a gun in his hand Rainie is in disbelief at what she is seeing thinking it s...

  4. Recently an Aussie friend here on Goodreads renewed my interest in Gardner and I decided to rescue this book from my Beasty Bookshelf No Belle though where it has been sitting idly for ages and ages I am glad I did, it reminded me why I loved contemporary thrillers in the first place There were many twist and turns, surprises that actually surprised me I tore through this book in almost one go, the torrents of words felt familiar and comfortable, and I let go, relaxed and got so muchRecently an Aussie friend here on Goodreads renewed my interest in Gardner and I decided to rescue this book from my Beasty Bookshelf No Belle though where it has been sitting idly for ages and ages I am glad I did, it reminded me why I loved contemporary thrillers in the first place There were many twist and turns, surprises that actually surprised me I tore through this book in almost one go, the torrents of words felt familiar and comfortable, and I let go, relaxed and got so muchthan basic thrills got New Wordlings, this happens sometimes when inkblot gods gets drunk and therefore are kind to me However I couldn t help noticing this book being the product of its time had limited fores...

  5. Really liked Ms Gardner s writing This one had a really interesting plot and great characters.

  6. This story is a detective who done it of a school shooting in a small town in Oregon.It follows the formula of a good build up, a good mystery, and reasonably credible characters but I found the resolution very unconvincing OK we know who did it, so that s good.But several things I just couldn t buy into view spoiler We are never told of the actual mechanics of the school shooting We do know that the beautiful computer room teacher is assassinated But how and when did our assailant, Dan This story is a detective who done it of a school shooting in a small town in Oregon.It follows the formula of a good build up, a good mystery, and reasonably credible characters but I found the resolution very unconvincing OK we know who did it, so that s good.But several things I just couldn t buy into view spoiler We are never told of the actual mechanics of the school shooting We do know that the beautiful computer room teacher is assassinated But how and when did our assailant, Danny, shoot the two girls repeatedly How was he motivated to do this His anger issues were with his father Speaking of his father the town sheriff , why was he never brought in for questioning by our many investigators How did our main character, Rainee, walk so easily into the juvenile detention centre and get Danny to spill the beans I also thought Danny was off limits for an interview...

  7. TheI read of Lisa Gardner theI like her style of writing She doesn t hold back and tells a story the way life happens The real world can, and often does, suck We all know there are bad guys gals out there and silently pray that they don t enter our own little piece of the world, but for far too many, they do enter, and consume their lives This is a well told story of a terrible act and the woman who fights against her own demons to bring the true killer to justice If you want TheI read of Lisa Gardner theI like her style of writing She doesn t hold back and tells a story the way life happens The real world can, and often does, suck We all know there are bad guys gals out there and silently pray that they don t enter our own little piece of the world, but for far too many, they do enter, and...

  8. Another great read by Lisa Gardner 3.5 to 4.0 for me Sometimes I get a little tired of the thriller, killer, serial psycho nut jobs that seems not only to focus on someone but also they have to focus on someone male or femal...

  9. Educational, educational, educational boy, can we tell that Lisa Gardner did a bunch of research on mass murderers vs serial killers and various homocidal types Which she dumped on us in dialogue Ugh Very slooooooow plot.Mostly I was interested in Rainie and Quincy s backstory Eh.

  10. Totally addicted to these characters already While I was definitely on the edge of my seat for much of the suspense, I mostly couldn t wait to get back to Quincy and Rainie and their lives Can t wait to read .