Outfox

Outfox One man with multiple identitiesEight women who vanished without a traceThe next likely victim his wife FBI agent Drex Easton is relentlessly driven by a single goal to outmaneuver the conman once kno

  • Title: Outfox
  • Author: Sandra Brown
  • ISBN: 1473669510
  • Page: 466
  • Format: Paperback
  • One man with multiple identitiesEight women who vanished without a traceThe next likely victim his wife FBI agent Drex Easton is relentlessly driven by a single goal to outmaneuver the conman once known as Weston Graham Over the past thirty years, Weston has assumed many names and countless disguises, enabling him to lure eight wealthy women out of their fortunes before One man with multiple identitiesEight women who vanished without a traceThe next likely victim his wife FBI agent Drex Easton is relentlessly driven by a single goal to outmaneuver the conman once known as Weston Graham Over the past thirty years, Weston has assumed many names and countless disguises, enabling him to lure eight wealthy women out of their fortunes before they disappeared without a trace The only common trait among the victims a new man in their life who also vanished, leaving behind no evidence of his existence Drex is convinced that these women have been murdered, and that the man he knows as Weston Graham is the sociopath responsible But each time Drex gets close to catching him, Weston trades one persona for another and disappears again Now, for the first time in their long game of cat and mouse, Drex has a suspect in sight Attractive and charming, Jasper Ford is recently married to a successful businesswoman many years his junior, Talia Shafer Drex insinuates himself into their lives, posing as a new neighbor and setting up surveillance on their house The closer he gets to the couple, the convinced he becomes that Jasper is the clever, merciless predator he s sought and that his own attraction to Talia threatens to compromise his purpose and integrity This is Drex s one chance to outfox his cunning nemisis before he murders again and eludes justice forever But first he must determine if the desirable Talia is a heartless accomplice or the next victim Get A Copy UKOnline StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksApple BooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryAlibrisIndigoBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Paperback, 416 pages Published August 6th 2019 by Hodder Stoughton More Details ISBN 1473669510 ISBN13 9781473669512 Edition Language English Other Editions 14 All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail Edit Details Friend Reviews To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up Reader QA To ask other readers questions about Outfox, please sign up Popular Answered Questions is outfox available on Kindle e books like 2 months ago See all 2 answers Sassafrasfrom Yes It is available as a Kindle eBook That s how I read mine flag See 1 question about Outfox Lists with This Book Best books of 2019 445 books 681 voters Books Set in South Carolina 186 books 64 voters More lists with this book Community Reviews Showing 1 30 4.18 Rating details 2,076 ratings 212 reviews All LanguagesEnglish 205 More filters Sort order Aug 13, 2019 Corina rated it really liked it review of another edition Shelves standalone, romantic suspense Outfox was a fantastic cat and mouse game.It had many twists and turns, therefore there was no chance for me getting bored As a matter of fact, the chase which was the main focal point of Outfox was what I loved the most about this book Because if you boil it down to the basics, it was a story about two very intelligent men trying to outfox each other and I ve always loved these kind of premises.Unsurprisingly the tension was high throughout the entire book For one thing both male protagoni Outfox was a fantastic cat and mouse game.It had many twists and turns, therefore there was no chance for me getting bored As a matter of fact, the chase which was the main focal point of Outfox was what I loved the most about this book Because if you boil it down to the basics, it was a story about two very intelligent men trying to outfox each other and I ve always loved these kind of premises.Unsurprisingly the tension was high throughout the entire book For one thing both male protagonists were incredibly smart and neither was ready to give up The way they tried to outwit each other was incredibly captivating As a matter of fact the few close calls between Drex and Weston were enough of a reason to keep me on the edge of my seat for most of the novel.If I had the time, I would have read this book in one sitting Especially since it was written so well, with a perfectly planned and executed plot Further the chemistry between Drex and Talia was palpable, and added another layer of complexity The very sensual atmosphere between them, their sizzling but also forbidden attraction was like catnip for me I couldn t get enough.Altogether it was an intense and captivating read I really loved the plot It was unique, thrilling, fast paced, action packed and was supported by a great cast.This book should be on anyone s romantic suspense reading list It s definitely one of my favorite books by her.____________________________________ARC generously provided in exchange for an honest review.For book recommendations, follow me on Instagram____________________________________ flag 37 likesLike see review View all 4 comments Sandra W Great review Corina I have this on my to be read list I do love her books 23 hours, 14 min ago Corina Sandra wrote Great review Corina I have this on my to be read list I do love her books Thank you Sandra D It s a good book to have on your tbr Sandra wrote Great review Corina I have this on my to be read list I do love her books Thank you Sandra D It s a good book to have on your tbr hope you ll enjoy it 12 hours, 39 min ago Aug 09, 2019 Anne OK rated it it was amazing review of another edition Shelves 2019 reads If you ve read the book blurb, I m betting you re already convinced to add this one to your TBR list You won t be disappointed Anytime there s a new release from Sandra Brown, there s cause for celebration She is one of the best romantic suspense writers on the scene and for years has been one of my favorite writers Each new novel refines her talent and quickly becomes one to be remembered This is the case with Outfox In a slow on the get go twisted mind game between a clever and ruthless If you ve read the book blurb, I m betting you re already convinced to add this one to your TBR list You won t be disappointed Anytime there s a new release from Sandra Brown, there s cause for celebration She is one of the best romantic suspense writers on the scene and for years has been one of my favorite writers Each new novel refines her talent and quickly becomes one to be remembered This is the case with Outfox In a slow on the get go twisted mind game between a clever and ruthless old fox, who has killed too many hens and evaded capture for twenty years, and a determined hound dog with a nose for sniffing out trouble and one who isn t cryin all the time , Brown delivers a wild foxhunt One in which Drex Easton has a personal stake Well plotted with plenty of unexpected surprises to keep you thrown off the chase It s not long before the pace picks up and doesn t stop until it carries readers over the finish line with a flag waving cheer.Sandra Brown once again aces the delivery of an intense and sensual forbidden romance pulsing with energy There s almost always an unforgettable happily ever after from her, but sometimes she makes her readers work extra hard for it.Amid the murder and mayhem, and against his better judgment, Drex is attracted, captivated and drawn to Talia Shafer, a married woman whose husband, Jasper Ford, is Drex s numero uno suspect Could it be possible that Talia may even be an accomplice in Jasper s murderous romance scams to defraud women of their fortunes Ambiguities fill the pages enriching the story and forcing readers to constantly seek the truth A little ambiguity keeps you on your toes and exercises the old brain a bit I kind of enjoyed having Sandra Brown mess with my head.With a PhD in criminal psychology, a FBI badge in his pocket and his weapon always at the ready, Drex Easton goes with what gets the job done Telling lies is as easy as breathing for him, along with some window peeping, too He may have a bit of bad boy in him He s definitely not a strictly by the book kind of guy You may not like him at first, but give it a little time and trust SB to convince you that he s earned his spot on the infamous list of her past heroes.Once you begin, you re barely going to blink until you ve reached the end and find that Sandra Brown has saved the best for last With a high level of intrigue and an unexpected stunning gotcha, she may have outfoxed us all Don t miss out on one of the most highly anticipated romantic suspense releases of the summer Outfox is an intensely gripping thriller that will keep you guessing until the very end my very favorite kind.An absolute must read flag 29 likesLike see review View all 8 comments Feb 26, 2019 Anita rated it it was amazing review of another edition Sun, lake, sailing, hiking, a week with family and a new Sandra Brown book Life just doesn t get any better than this and this was a perfect book to read on a long drive and any time I could steal away from everyone The romance tough to warm up to, but the steam and charisma just oozed off the page once the heat turned up The suspense was full of twists and misdirection I wasn t that taken with the heroine, and the hero kept me guessing just what he would do next The ending was vintage Sand Sun, lake, sailing, hiking, a week with family and a new Sandra Brown book Life just doesn t get any better than this and this was a perfect book to read on a long drive and any time I could steal away from everyone The romance tough to warm up to, but the steam and charisma just oozed off the page once the heat turned up The suspense was full of twists and misdirection I wasn t that taken with the heroine, and the hero kept me guessing just what he would do next The ending was vintage Sandra Brown, loved it Drex Easton has been on the trail of a serial killer of women for most of his adult life This killer, known to Drex as Weston Graham, started his career with Drex s mother and has killed seven other women, that Drex knows about, and he has never left a clue They each had a new man in their lives, disappeared without a trace after their bank accounts had been looted, and the new man also disappeared as if he had been vapor With no evidence and no clues, the FBI seriously doubt that he even exists, but Drex knows in his bones that he does With help from his friends, Drex is finally onto a person that just could be the killer They have finally found a pattern that fits the killers known victims, that they know how the killer selects his victims This time it appears that the killer has departed from his pattern, this time he married his mark The only way to know for sure is to go the Charleston, SC and find out.Drex goes about insinuating himself into the neighborhood as a writer looking to polish his book by adding a dose of southern flavor to it His next door neighbor is a trim, fit sixtysomething married to a beautiful, young businesswoman who is loaded Drex s room above the garage next door gives him the perfect place to spy on Jasper Ford and his lovely wife, Talia Shafter.Talia is married to a man she believes is charming and attentive, but when Drex shows up she is drawn to him in a way she has never experienced before and she is very uneasy that her husband is than a little suspicious of him Drex has been nothing but solicitous and witty with her and her best friend Elaine After getting close to the couple, Drex is certain that he has found his killer A true psychopath who uses his charm to attract and kill His only problem is that pesky thing called proof and his intense attraction to and fear for Talia flag 24 likesLike see review View all 4 comments Melissa Anita wrote I really had trouble tearing myself away from this book to interact with my family I didn t see the ending coming and was really surpri Anita wrote I really had trouble tearing myself away from this book to interact with my family I didn t see the ending coming and was really surprised That s awesome Can t wait to see what SB comes up with next Aug 29, 2019 02 30PM Anita Two years is to long to wait Aug 29, 2019 02 36PM Aug 16, 2019 Mo rated it liked it review of another edition Well, that is hard to believe can barely shove the rating up to 3 but I will it was a 2.5, at best Honestly, it did nothing for me I didn t like the characters I felt there was no real development with the relationship between Drex and Talia I mean, you have seen my previous reviews of SB books I usually LOVE them They are re reads and audio listens I am a little annoyed as these new books are not cheap Plus I was waiting all summer for this one I am not sure if it Publishers or Well, that is hard to believe can barely shove the rating up to 3 but I will it was a 2.5, at best Honestly, it did nothing for me I didn t like the characters I felt there was no real development with the relationship between Drex and Talia I mean, you have seen my previous reviews of SB books I usually LOVE them They are re reads and audio listens I am a little annoyed as these new books are not cheap Plus I was waiting all summer for this one I am not sure if it Publishers or Editors who want authors to release a book every year when maybe they are not in the frame of mind to do so and they just trot out something to keep the publishers and the bank happy No idea.I think I will have to lower the expectations a little for her next book This is my opinion A lot of my friends loved it will love it I mean, where was the big twist that we are so used to getting in an SB book OK, there wasn t a typewriter used but it looks so much prettier than a modern day laptop See, I am fucking desperate here LOL.Even the ending was a bit predictable and boring Where does a writer begin looking for inspiration I don t know the answer to that but I sure hope SB finds some inspiration for her next book for me, at least.You can do it, Sandra, I know flag 26 likesLike see review View all 23 comments Paige Turner I thought it was pretty good But, as you said, we can t all LOVE the same things Part of what makes life so interesting, no Sep 01, 2019 10 22AM Mo Paige wrote I thought it was pretty good But, as you said, we can t all LOVE the same things Part of what makes life so interesting, no That is v Paige wrote I thought it was pretty good But, as you said, we can t all LOVE the same things Part of what makes life so interesting, no That is very true, Paige Glad you enjoyed it 19 hours, 38 min ago Aug 06, 2019 Robin Loves Reading rated it it was amazing review of another edition Shelves mystery thriller, 2019 july september, 2019 challenge, print, robin loves reading 2019 challenge Drex Easton is an FBI agent who has had a singular goal for nineteen years He is determined to track down a serial killer When clues point to a man named Jasper Ford, Drex and two fellow agents, Mike Mallory and Gifford Davis, create a plan to catch this man once and for all Ford has a history of finding wealthy women, killing them and emptying their accounts, and then moving on to the next woman.This serial killer, going by an alias, is currently married to Talia Shafer, a woman many years y Drex Easton is an FBI agent who has had a singular goal for nineteen years He is determined to track down a serial killer When clues point to a man named Jasper Ford, Drex and two fellow agents, Mike Mallory and Gifford Davis, create a plan to catch this man once and for all Ford has a history of finding wealthy women, killing them and emptying their accounts, and then moving on to the next woman.This serial killer, going by an alias, is currently married to Talia Shafer, a woman many years younger than him Drex moves in right next door to them and ingratiates himself into their lives While the evidence is tenuous at best, Drex is absolutely certain that Jasper is the man that he has been looking for There are hurdles facing him immediately For one thing, Jasper doesn t trust him, so Drex must play his cards carefully.What is is there is another agent determined to bring Drex s search to an end, ruining him, if possible, even if it means letting a possible serial killer go untouched So, Drex has than a lot on his plate Another thing that Drex must come to terms with his is intense reaction to Talia If Jasper plays true to pattern, then Drex knows that Talia s days are numbered There is another woman, Talia s very good friend, Elaine, and Drex wonders about her safety as well The question is whether or not Drex can get Jasper to play his hand and thus convince the FBI and the local police that this is the man that has committed at least eight murders.When I discovered what was driving Drex, I almost dropped my book What intrigue This was just one of many things that I did not see coming in this fast moving story Every player in this story caught my attention, and that included Mike and Gif, the agents working along with Drex Also, Jasper got under my skin, and I was also given very good cause to be concerned about Talia and her role in everything.What a fine job Sandra Brown did with her latest offering As always, when reading her books, I begin turning pages, forsaking sleep and even food to find out how all of the pieces fit together while awaiting what I knew would be a satisfying conclusion Needless to say, Outfox did not disappoint I am eager for her next book.Many thanks to Grand Central Publishing for this ARC to review in exchange for my honest opinion flag 17 likesLike see review Melissa Great review, Robin Loved me some Drex Aug 29, 2019 01 56PM Aug 29, 2019 Melissa rated it liked it review of another edition Shelves cute banter, 2019, romantic suspense 3.25 ish stars Despite what the title may have hinted at, Sandra Brown s latest release failed to outfox this loyal reader Her signature plot trickery deployed to dupe readers in only the best way possible, of course wasn t up to snuff this go round No doubt a decent read overall, but several rungs below what s become her standard The harmonious counterbalance of suspense and romance Brown has excelled at in the past, eradicated by a plot hole ridden investigation.Brown s name tops my roma 3.25 ish stars Despite what the title may have hinted at, Sandra Brown s latest release failed to outfox this loyal reader Her signature plot trickery deployed to dupe readers in only the best way possible, of course wasn t up to snuff this go round No doubt a decent read overall, but several rungs below what s become her standard The harmonious counterbalance of suspense and romance Brown has excelled at in the past, eradicated by a plot hole ridden investigation.Brown s name tops my romantic suspense leaderboard, by leaps and bounds above others in the genre Game changing plot twists, combined with potent doses of sexual tension from her love interests, typically spell page turner I would say that s true here, for the first half of the lengthy novel At the midway point, things take a bit of a turn though transitioning from intriguing to repetitive and theatrical Well, except for the love part, but on that in a bit Oozing charm and with a deep dimple to boot, FBI agent, Drex what a name Easton makes it easy to get wrapped up in his mission Driven by a blood oath and deep seated need for vengeance, Drex has spent the entirety of his adulthood chasing a faceless man A chameleon responsible for the alleged disappearance of eight women and their sizable bank balances When Drex gets a lead on his mark s assumed identity and location, he wastes no time planting himself in the rented garage apartment next door Selling himself as a struggling writer, looking for color and context to beef up his debut, he sets up surveillance Despite concrete evidence or the discovery of any bodies, Drex intuitively knows Jasper Ford is his man What Drex couldn t plan for, the connection he feels when he locks eyes with Talia, Jasper s much younger wife Which makes uncovering her role accomplice or potential victim pivotal The why driving the suspense is a tad murky Lost among the jurisdictional interferences, the annoyance of Drex s arch nemesis Rudkowski, and the blatant lack of evidence Things get a touch overwrought and even downright messy at times And the mundane collection that provides the only link between the cases, completely uninspired Drex and Talia s connection is an effortless scene stealer Threaded throughout are bouts of witty banter, and an attraction so intense, at times it s all consuming There are a few subtle clues seasoned romance readers will likely pick up on as to where things are headed for the newfound duo Nothing that detracts from their journey per se, but with the potential to drag a reader s preferences into the equation Or maybe not In a surprise turn of events, my typical loathing for the said scenario marked a no show The gaping hole instead filled by a healthy dose of unabashed glee An epilogue so stellar in fact, it acted almost like a salve, mitigating my disappointment with the other plot lines I couldn t have dreamt up a fitting end Thanks to Poisoned Pen and Sandra Brown for landing a personalized copy on my doorstep flag 126 likesLike see review View all 31 comments Sheyla Oh noI just started this one Sep 01, 2019 02 07PM Julie Oh dear This doesn t sound like one of SB s best efforts Fair and honest review, though 4 hours, 28 min ago Aug 10, 2019 Carole Caroles Random Life in Books rated it really liked it review of another edition Shelves direct from publisher, reviewed, 2019, romantic suspense This review can also be found at Carole s Random Life in Books.This was really good I have a long history with Sandra Brown I am not even sure how many years it has been since I first tried her work I haven t read them all yet but I have quite a few under my belt I have yet to be disappointed and look forward to getting my hands on her new work every year It is safe to say that I went into this book with fairly high expectations and I pleased to say that they were all met This was a highly This review can also be found at Carole s Random Life in Books.This was really good I have a long history with Sandra Brown I am not even sure how many years it has been since I first tried her work I haven t read them all yet but I have quite a few under my belt I have yet to be disappointed and look forward to getting my hands on her new work every year It is safe to say that I went into this book with fairly high expectations and I pleased to say that they were all met This was a highly entertaining story that was hard to put down at times.Agent Drex Easton has spent years focused on finding a single killer and he thinks that he may have finally tracked him down He goes undercover and moves into the garage apartment next door to his suspect, Jasper Ford, and starts working to put the pieces together Jasper lives in a large home with his much younger wife, Talia Drex likes Talia immediately and may actually feel a little something than that.This book did a lot of things really well I thought that the mystery was very well done I wanted Drex to get his man but I wasn t quite sure if Jasper was the right guy I thought that all of the pieces fell into place at just the right time to really keep the momentum of the story moving forward The characters were very well done I liked Drex and Talia right away I also thought that the pair of agents helping with the case, Gif and Mike, were both wonderful characters that added a lot to the story I liked the romance between Drex and Talia for the most part I thought that they had great chemistry together and really enjoyed their interactions I really did wish that Talia had not been married though Granted she may be married to a serial killer and her marriage might be built on lies so maybe it is okay I do think that the romance worked despite my issues.I would highly recommend this book to others I found this book to be quite the page turner with some pretty big surprises along the way I cannot wait to read of Sandra Brown s work I received a review copy of this book from Grand Central Publishing flag 17 likesLike see review Aug 16, 2019 Lisazj1 rated it really liked it review of another edition Shelves law enforcement pi, romance, adult, alpha male, real book shelf, favorite author, contemporary, crime mystery thriller, 2019 real books 3.5 stars, and I have to be honest, I waffled there for a while on whether to round up or down I usually love Sandra Brown s books I didn t hate this one but I didn t love it either The plot was pretty good and I did enjoy the investigation and plan to catch a killer I just didn t really care anything about anyone who was in it Drex and Talia had no spark, despite what happened on page I never felt or believed the desperation they were supposed to feel for each other I frankly was kind of 3.5 stars, and I have to be honest, I waffled there for a while on whether to round up or down I usually love Sandra Brown s books I didn t hate this one but I didn t love it either The plot was pretty good and I did enjoy the investigation and plan to catch a killer I just didn t really care anything about anyone who was in it Drex and Talia had no spark, despite what happened on page I never felt or believed the desperation they were supposed to feel for each other I frankly was kind of meh about all the characters, except I did like the local cops Locke and Menundez Decent story but for me, the characters were flat Not my favorite from a favorite author but it definitely won t put me off whatever she writes next flag 16 likesLike see review View all 9 comments Lisazj1 Nikki wrote I agree wholeheartedly your review put it way better then mine But that s exactly how I felt about it It makes you feel bad when yo Nikki wrote I agree wholeheartedly your review put it way better then mine But that s exactly how I felt about it It makes you feel bad when you don t exactly love something by a favorite author, yeah But we have to be honest Aug 22, 2019 06 45AM Melissa Great, honest review, Lisa While I actually liked Drex and Talia s connection, I didn t care for the rest of the story Decent, like you said, but ce Great, honest review, Lisa While I actually liked Drex and Talia s connection, I didn t care for the rest of the story Decent, like you said, but certainly not SB s best Aug 29, 2019 01 57PM Aug 03, 2019 Laura rated it really liked it review of another edition ARC Provided by the Publisher 4.5 StarsThis book is Sandra Brown at her twisty, turny, OMG that did NOT just happen best.With a Sandra Brown title, you know there is going to be at least one time that you are sitting there, holding the book, and rereading the line often at the end of the chapter but this one, well, you are going to do this than once.I love the ambiguity of it Drex is drawn to Talia, but she is married To Jasper, whom Drex is convinced is the serial killer he has be ARC Provided by the Publisher 4.5 StarsThis book is Sandra Brown at her twisty, turny, OMG that did NOT just happen best.With a Sandra Brown title, you know there is going to be at least one time that you are sitting there, holding the book, and rereading the line often at the end of the chapter but this one, well, you are going to do this than once.I love the ambiguity of it Drex is drawn to Talia, but she is married To Jasper, whom Drex is convinced is the serial killer he has been chasing for years But, is Talia an accomplice or an unwitting dupe of Jasper or whatever his name is That s the question he struggles with, the question that the readers don t know for a large part of the book, and it makes the attraction he has to her the ultimate in forbidden Talia is marriedbut, possibly to a serial killer, so is it morally wrong Is there any allegiance owed to the fact that she is married Or how about to the idea that she might be involved in murders Add this in to the twists and turns, and this is a story full of shocking moments, surprises presented by numerous charactersheck, you are still getting surprises in the epilogueand the ultimate in forbidden romantic attraction.I loved it I thought it was not only one heck of a ride, but it was a lot of fun to read and I was sad that it endedalthough, there was one gotcha moment at the end that allowed everything to tie itself up fairly well.I often joke that characters in a Sandra Brown novel get their Happily Ever Afters, but, they also will need therapy to get through the things they learned in the course of the book This one is no differentand, I love it even for it.I enjoyed and recommend this title flag 12 likesLike see review View all 4 comments Melissa Fantastic review, Laura Glad to see you found this to be SB at her best Turns out it wasn t my favorite of hers, but I LOVED me some Drex Aug 29, 2019 01 27PM Laura Melissa wrote Fantastic review, Laura Glad to see you found this to be SB at her best Turns out it wasn t my favorite of hers, but I LOVED me some Melissa wrote Fantastic review, Laura Glad to see you found this to be SB at her best Turns out it wasn t my favorite of hers, but I LOVED me some Drex My all time favorite is probably French Silkbut I really enjoyed this one Aug 30, 2019 07 46PM Aug 13, 2019 Irene Sim rated it really liked it review of another edition Shelves audio, mystery suspense, romance, 2019 read 3,5 Stars Not one of my favourite Sandra Brown books but I did enjoyed itStarting a new SB novel, I come to expect a few things to be standard and in case of Outfox she fell short in some of them Let me elaborate The mystery aspect of the story is solid, and as the blurb states, is about a cat and mouse chase that goes on for a long time The Hero, Drex Easton, is an FBI agent with a Master in Criminal Psychology who has a personal drive into catching the serial killer He has studied him 3,5 Stars Not one of my favourite Sandra Brown books but I did enjoyed itStarting a new SB novel, I come to expect a few things to be standard and in case of Outfox she fell short in some of them Let me elaborate The mystery aspect of the story is solid, and as the blurb states, is about a cat and mouse chase that goes on for a long time The Hero, Drex Easton, is an FBI agent with a Master in Criminal Psychology who has a personal drive into catching the serial killer He has studied him extensively and as he finally has a reasonable chance in getting him, he tries his best to get into his mind and anticipate his every move The villain is one of the best I ve read in SB books, canny and intelligent, two steps ahead in every scene, with an unparalleled ability to disguise himself and blend in any environment I especially enjoyed every move he made, any curved ball he thrown towards the H The plot pace is fast and has a few surprises that I din t see coming and took me by surprise Sandra Brown has the ability to create illusions that you take for reality only to be stunned later on by the assumptions you ve mistakenly made She also engages a full cast of second characters that you can t help but care about throughout the story As for the heroine, Talia, I found her character lacking in comparison with other SB heroines I m used to h being active and equal participants in the plots of SB books, and I can t deny that during the first half of the book, I was expecting a revelation on her part, her own hidden agenda but eventually I resigned into accepting that she was just a passive bystander as the story unfolded around her That doesn t mean that she isn t a great gal or that the chemistry with the H isn t scorching hot I just feel that she fell in the sidelines leaving the spotlights shining only on the two antagonists on stage Nonetheless, I had a great time with this book, especially after I got used to the narrator speaking as if he had a cotton ball in his mouth flag 15 likesLike see review View all 10 comments Melissa Great review, Irene Not my favorite of SB s either Where was the BIG and EPIC plot twists she usually pulls out Aug 29, 2019 01 58PM Irene Sim Melissa wrote Great review, Irene Not my favorite of SB s either Where was the BIG and EPIC plot twists she usually pulls out You re so right I Melissa wrote Great review, Irene Not my favorite of SB s either Where was the BIG and EPIC plot twists she usually pulls out You re so right I was expecting the BIG surprise to come from the heroine, but she just didn t deliver Aug 29, 2019 10 49PM Aug 14, 2019 MBR rated it it was amazing review of another edition Shelves sandra brown, suspense, contemporary romance, manipulative hero, thriller, creepy villian, instant lust, instant attraction, good for nothing husband, favorite endings Outfox by Sandra Brown tells the story of Drex Easton, an FBI agent who is determined to find a killer who has eluded the authorities for years Drex s hunt is a personal one, which makes him relentless, willing to bend the rules if they fit the purpose, all to hunt down a serial predator who has bested the system for far too long.Drex s hunt finally brings him to a man known as Jasper Ford, married to a Talia Shafer, which in itself is a deviation from the norm But from the moment Drex meets J Outfox by Sandra Brown tells the story of Drex Easton, an FBI agent who is determined to find a killer who has eluded the authorities for years Drex s hunt is a personal one, which makes him relentless, willing to bend the rules if they fit the purpose, all to hunt down a serial predator who has bested the system for far too long.Drex s hunt finally brings him to a man known as Jasper Ford, married to a Talia Shafer, which in itself is a deviation from the norm But from the moment Drex meets Jasper, his hunting instincts go full throttle, being finally able to put a face to the man who had killed eight women or perhaps , if the stealth under which this particular killer operates is anything to judge his kills by.Drex s encounter with Jasper is further complicated by the fact that his newly wedded wife, Talia Shafer, gets under his skin from the onset So much so that his partners and loyal friends caution him against doing something that could derail an already delicately balanced operation Things reach a climactic point when Jasper once again disappears, driving Drex to take measures into his own hands.From the beginning, Outfox is a novel that throws the reader off course by a huge margin One can guess as much as they want to, but apart from a few circumstances, I for one ended up being completely wrong on my hunches when I am usually right , which made this a stellar read in my opinion.In short, I loved Outfox and what it delivered While I will continue to bemoan the fact that Ms Brown only releases one novel per year now, the fact that what she does release into the market is always stupendous goes a long way towards easing those particular woes.How Ms Brown still manages to take my breathe away with every hero and heroine that she brings to life in her books is a factor that continues to confound me, even when I should know better Her heroes are intriguing to a point where they are sexy without even trying.There is vibe that her heroes give without even putting much effort into it Ms Brown does not have to go on describing each perfectly crafted muscle on the hero s body to get the reader to sit up and take notice He just has to walk into the scene and you are a goner No matter how many books I have continued to read from Ms Brown, I am still a sucker for her heroes and I would not have it any other way In true Sandra Brown style, Drex threw every preconceived notion I had of him out of the window, even as the pages dwindled to reach the very last couple of paragraphs in the story.When it comes to heroines, Ms Brown creates women of class, seemingly out of thin air It is in the way they carry themselves, with dignity and beauty to their character which is not just skin deep There are many factors which makes a heroine stand out, and Ms Brown does a perfect job of bringing together just the right ingredients to make Drex and Talia inevitable.The suspense factor was really done well in the story Outfox is an apt title for the story because somehow, you never quite figure out what is going to happen next That takes mastery over storytelling that Ms Brown has damn near perfected over years of publication And I for one hope that she never stops crafting these gems Jasper is a villain who was ingenious in the way he works the system, cunning in a way that makes the heart beat just a tad faster It was not only Talia who felt uneasy during the scenes where Jasper is featured prominently He is the sort of character who makes your skin crawl, without even trying.Outfox is a novel recommended for those who love superbly crafted and tightly plotted thrillers With just the right amount of romance in the mix to appease readers like myself, Ms Brown seems to have outdone herself, yet again Final Verdict Just when you think you have got everything figured out, Ms Brown throws you for a loop until the reader is left running around in circles chasing their own tail Ms Brown only gets better with time and Outfox is a testament to just that. Rating 4.75 5 For reviews and quotes, please visit maldivianbookreviewer flag 7 likesLike see review Aug 12, 2019 Laura Rash rated it really liked it review of another edition Damn that was good Intense ending that had a few twists that I really enjoyed SB always manages to suck you in her books from beginning to end flag 7 likesLike see review Jul 22, 2019 Shalini Book Rambler rated it did not like it I kept asking myself if this really was a Sandra Brown book I didn t like it at all I didn t like the protagonists, the pace, or the story A few pages into the book, my hate for the protagonist FBI Agent Drex Easton was cemented I kept going on for the suspense but that disappointed me too.Drex was a pervert throughout the book He was not broody or anything that would make me intrigued about him make him even a little bit likable The romance was not there and was frankly unbelievable T I kept asking myself if this really was a Sandra Brown book I didn t like it at all I didn t like the protagonists, the pace, or the story A few pages into the book, my hate for the protagonist FBI Agent Drex Easton was cemented I kept going on for the suspense but that disappointed me too.Drex was a pervert throughout the book He was not broody or anything that would make me intrigued about him make him even a little bit likable The romance was not there and was frankly unbelievable There was a point where the story suggested that Talia might be aiding the suspect but the direction was quickly discarded Even the villain suspect was not very good what I mean is terrifying There was a moment when the tension was built but it quickly vanished Even the ending was botched I found the twist unoriginal and lacking Overall, I would not recommend this book at all, even if you re a fan of Sandra Brown s books However, I would still read her upcoming books as I am a huge fan of some of her previous books which had relatable and likable protagonists, calculating villains, twists that ll make your mind spin and endings that ll make you crave Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for an ARC. flag 8 likesLike see review View all 5 comments Eva I loved it I gave it 5 stars Aug 16, 2019 06 16PM Melissa While I liked it a bit than you, I have to agree, this wasn t SB s best work by a long shot Aug 29, 2019 01 59PM Aug 18, 2019 Lynsey A rated it it was amazing review of another edition Shelves i want , recommended to library, romantic suspense, awesome epilogue, kindle library book, 2019 reads Sandra Brown once again pens a romantic suspense that will have you guessing until the very end Anyone who has read a romantic suspense by her knows that she is good at throwing those twists in at the end Most of the time you never see them coming I certainly didn t And it was a doozy.This story is about Drex Easton, a FBI agent who is on the hunt for an elusive serial killer, one who he s never seen before the beginning of this book He finally gets a lead and heads to Charleston, South Car Sandra Brown once again pens a romantic suspense that will have you guessing until the very end Anyone who has read a romantic suspense by her knows that she is good at throwing those twists in at the end Most of the time you never see them coming I certainly didn t And it was a doozy.This story is about Drex Easton, a FBI agent who is on the hunt for an elusive serial killer, one who he s never seen before the beginning of this book He finally gets a lead and heads to Charleston, South Carolina to start his undercover work to finally get the man he s spent the last twenty years hunting Only this man is married and to a beautiful young woman named Talia A woman that Drex wasn t counting on during his search and from the first moment knew she would be trouble His stomach dropped like an anchor, because, in that instant, he knew I m so fucked.From that first moment they meet, Drex is drawn to Talia She is a rich young woman and he worries she will be the killer s next victim As the story progresses he is drawn and to Talia and he knows he is in deep For the longest time neither of them moved They scarcely breathed Did she share his fear that something as negligible as a blink could cause a cataclysm from which they could never recover or escape He couldn t read her thoughts All he had to go on was her stillness. He covered the same distance in half the number of strides When he reached her, he took her face between his hands, tilted it, and kissed her But good Without sweetness or timidity Deeply Boldly Sexily Pouring into the kiss all the frustration, anger, and lust she had aroused in himDespite his feelings toward Talia he is determined to stop the madman before he kills again Only to discover that he is too late This starts an entire new chapter in this story for Drex Brown is so good at twists and turns in her books Most times we aren t given a clear picture as to the killer but in this book we do get plenty of his POV and it is the man married to Talia That isn t really giving anything away Even though you know who the killer is in the story, you are still kept engaged because you just don t know what is going to happen next I really loved this story and loved Drex s determination to stop Jasper along with his growing feelings for Talia Now, anyone who has read a romantic suspense by Brown knows, the timeline is only over a week or so This one was no exception Our lovers do fall fast for one another There is cheating but only after is revealed her husband is a serial killer He runs off with Talia to protect her as he knows Jasper will come after Talia He won t leave any loose threads This story will keep you on your toes and keep you entertained There is definitely romance in this book Sandra does a good job of showing the feelings growing between Drex and Talia I always save a Sandra Brown book for the weekend, because you never want to put it down This one is no exception.In this book she has a great cast of characters besides Talia and Drex Drex has two buddies helping him look for Jasper and they are there to help him along in this case, even if they are worried about his growing feelings for Talia Along with those two are two local cops willing to help him as both have been introduced to Rudkowski, a senior FBI agent and as is later stated in the book, an incompetent asshole who spends most of his time trying to stop Drex instead of actually focusing on the case he is assigned, a victim of Jasper s You come to highly dislike Rudkowski and at the end of the story, believe me, you ll be happy with what happens to him No, he isn t killed, unlike my unfulfilled wish in my update, but it still quite pleasant The surprise twist at the end was brilliant and I never saw it coming Again, Sandra Brown is quite something when it comes to writing her tales of suspense The twist led to a great epilogue and even though it was a great epilogue, after that last page, there s definitely a little that I wanted to see view spoiler Talia telling Drex that he got her pregnant and his speechless, expressionless face made me smile so hard I wanted to see them with their little baby but hey, at least we got an epilogue It seems Sandra Brown learned her lesson from Lethal hide spoiler While we don t get an I love you from either one, we know they do love each other and will have a happy life together If you are a fan of romantic suspense and of Sandra Brown you don t want to miss this one Quotes Faves He whispered, The kiss wasn t a lie His fingers threaded through her hair and rearranged it on the pillow. When we were alone on the deck of Elaine s yacht, I was staring at you, all right Engaging in polite conversation, but in my mind all your layers of white clothing were dissolving, and I was seeing you naked and on your back in an unmade bed During your surprise visit to the garage apartment, I honestly don t know how I kept my hands off you Touching your face was all I allowed myself, and it was torture I still taste that kiss, your mouth I want to taste you all over I want to He gathered up a handful of her hair and pulled her head back, tilting her face up to his He looked into her eyes, then covered her mouth with his It was a ravenous kiss He couldn t get enough of her, and she was as hungry. Talia was about to move off him, but he wrapped his arms around her, one under her bottom, the other just below her shoulders He raised his head and pecked a kiss, then left his lips against hers Stay here Life s crammed with cruel ironies like that He reached for a strand of her hair and rubbed it between his thumb and fingers I came down here in search of my nemesis, and discovered you You were an unexpected lightning strike, Talia Shafer So were you, Drex Easton She smiled, and he smiled back, but the aftermath of the crisis caught up with them simultaneously, and they kissed ravenously, clutching at each other, assuring themselves that the other was there, whole, alive. flag 6 likesLike see review View 2 comments Aug 10, 2019 Darcy rated it it was ok review of another edition Shelves audio book, romantic suspense, listened to at work, 2019 This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I have a feeling I m going to be in the minority with this one I was mehon it A big part of it was because I didn t really like any of the characters, even Drex, who is the hero of the book He came off as too cocky, thinking he could work around the FBI rules Sure the guy he was going around was an ass, but Drex sort of came off as one too I think I was supposed to feel sorry for Talia, but I didn t It bothered me that she was so flirty with Drex when she was married and yeah I get she I have a feeling I m going to be in the minority with this one I was mehon it A big part of it was because I didn t really like any of the characters, even Drex, who is the hero of the book He came off as too cocky, thinking he could work around the FBI rules Sure the guy he was going around was an ass, but Drex sort of came off as one too I think I was supposed to feel sorry for Talia, but I didn t It bothered me that she was so flirty with Drex when she was married and yeah I get she was married to a bad guy, but she didn t know that And yeah, later we learned she knew something was off with her marriage, but her actions were crossing the adultery line for me, which made it hard for me to root for her Then we get to the end and learn that Drex wasn t FBI, but a normal joe schmo, albeit a rich one, with tons of money, who got off scot free when breaking the law, what a shock and then Talia, who previous had been seeing a fertility specialist is pregnant, tells Drex and he s happy All too pat for me flag 6 likesLike see review Melissa While I liked it a tad than you, I agree this one wasn t up to snuff Not nearly as good as some of her other books Aug 29, 2019 01 28PM Darcy Don t you hate it when that happens Aug 29, 2019 02 43PM Aug 07, 2019 Mary Kay Wooten rated it it was amazing review of another edition UnbeatableI have read all of Sandra Brown s, no exaggeration Some I have reread Outfox is unmistakably the best one I read it over the course of two days It is a fast read, plot characters are well developed You really don t know the characters until the end of the book As my five stars suggest, I highly recommend this book I only wish she could publish than one book a year I know how hard it must be to keep developing new plots characters, but as an avid reader, one can UnbeatableI have read all of Sandra Brown s, no exaggeration Some I have reread Outfox is unmistakably the best one I read it over the course of two days It is a fast read, plot characters are well developed You really don t know the characters until the end of the book As my five stars suggest, I highly recommend this book I only wish she could publish than one book a year I know how hard it must be to keep developing new plots characters, but as an avid reader, one can only dream flag 5 likesLike see review Aug 06, 2019 Dawn McGill Dalrymple rated it really liked it I haven t read a Sandra Brown in several years over 10 so I was happy to get this book in the mail in exchange for an honest review from Grand Central Publishing First of all I read this book in 2 days so that tells you how much I enjoyed it I had to keep reading to find out if and how Drex would outfox Jasper This was an entertaining story of cat and mouse She also threw in a great twist towards the end that I did not see coming This is a must read for any mystery thriller lover flag 5 likesLike see review Aug 07, 2019 Tapasya rated it liked it review of another edition Shelves the detectives pi s, 2019, genre romantic suspense, plot fake identities, forbidden relations, q stupid separations, miss richie rich, l neighborly loves, z stalkerish guy, miss in a rel or is mrs I was not sure whether I m going to like this story or not because serial killers are not really my genre But as it is a Sandra Brown book I was intrigued.It did grab my attentionleast for a time being But later on it just dragged Drew is an undercover agent trying to trap a serial killer He is a little too much into trying to get him trapped view spoiler Turns out that his mother was one of his victims So it s a personal vengeance for him hide spoiler His latest trails are tha I was not sure whether I m going to like this story or not because serial killers are not really my genre But as it is a Sandra Brown book I was intrigued.It did grab my attentionleast for a time being But later on it just dragged Drew is an undercover agent trying to trap a serial killer He is a little too much into trying to get him trapped view spoiler Turns out that his mother was one of his victims So it s a personal vengeance for him hide spoiler His latest trails are that he has married a rich woman, Talia, who is quite younger than him Drew goes undercover and takes a small house near the couple s house While stalking them and peeping into their home he falls for the wife, Talia But his mission is to to catch the serial killer and stop him from killing Talia and not fall for her The serial killer is in his sixties So I didn t get why the heroine would marry an old man of sixties I mean she is in her thirties, is rich, so what did she find appealing about him Plus he was very secretive, didn t divulge any information to her about his past, their sexual life was almost nonexistent so I found it hard that she married him and that too just after meeting him for two months But then again you never know what others find appealing view spoiler And the most funniest part that the hero was not an undercover agent He just flaunted the fake ID to get close to the killer and get his revenge hide spoiler flag 5 likesLike see review View all 6 comments Rachel Can I ask about the hero Is he with any ow in the book at all or has he been celibate awhile Aug 25, 2019 06 07PM Tapasya Rachel wrote Can I ask about the hero Is he with any ow in the book at all or has he been celibate awhile No ows He is celibate Aug 27, 2019 08 19AM Aug 09, 2019 Daniel Rose rated it it was amazing review of another edition I finished Outfox There were several times that my heart was beating out of my chest from the action This is easily a 5 star book Go read it I can t wait to meet Sandra Brown tonight on her Outfox book tour I will be getting an autographed copy tonight but I couldn t wait to read it so I bought the book for my kindle flag 4 likesLike see review Aug 08, 2019 CL rated it really liked it review of another edition Shelves published in 2019, read in 2019, romance, romance cop, romance suspense Augusts are awesome as they deliver me an annual new Sandra Brown novel like clockwork.Although I have a moral aversion to romances between characters who are not remotely single, Sandra Brown begrudgingly won me over with her superb writing, chemistry and engaging plot that only works because she is such a fabulous author flag 4 likesLike see review Aug 13, 2019 Jessica the naptime writer rated it really liked it I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher but all opinions provided are my own Would you like your hero and heroine to be overall decent people but slightlyyyyy sketchy And they live in a black white gray world, where they re willing to risk everything to do what they feel like is right even if it s something that s not technically legal And how steamy do you want it Sexy and bold, with heroes who usually aren t super expressive, even in the ending, but who would do a I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher but all opinions provided are my own Would you like your hero and heroine to be overall decent people but slightlyyyyy sketchy And they live in a black white gray world, where they re willing to risk everything to do what they feel like is right even if it s something that s not technically legal And how steamy do you want it Sexy and bold, with heroes who usually aren t super expressive, even in the ending, but who would do anything for their partner You ve come to the right place.Outfox is Brown s latest release, a dramatic, high octane, high stakes ride.Drex Easton has a personal stake in finally capturing the con man serial killer he s been following for years When Drex s partners tell him they think they ve found the killer in Charleston, South Carolina, he s only too willing to risk everything including a superior FBI agent s wrath to try to take this guy down Drex s case is pretty slim, especially since the guy Jasper is married, which would be a pretty big breach in the alleged con man serial killer s MO.Jasper s wife is Talia Shafer, and as soon as Drex sees her, bam, it s instalust all the way Does she know that her husband is almost definitely the murderer Drex has been chasing Is she complicit in his crimes Or is she an innocent victim Sandra Brown really knows how to write alpha heroes who are instantly stricken by the heroine, and I love it The slick, manipulative personality that Drex takes on is no match for his lust and while his devotion to his admirable mission is stronger, he can t help but want Talia in every way.But there was a pretty big problem for me On one hand, it s uber sensual exciting passionate, how Drex s drawn to her even though he knows he shouldn t be and vice versa On the other, Talia s married, and she s the wife of the man he s hunting, so it s not even close to being aboveboard It s part of that whole black white gray world I mentioned earlier Like in all of Brown s books that I ve read, the mystery is compelling and Brown s writing is smart and punchy, but there are some aspects of the plot that I wasn t as convinced by There was at least one substantial conclusion that Drex and his partners seem to jump to, and I m obviously not an expert, but I was surprised no one was saying, let s wait before we get totally crazy here And a bigger lapse for me is that I wanted from Talia s characterization throughout the book She s beautiful and warm and ambitious all the good things but without getting too spoiler y, the twists she takes later would have been even convincing had there been notice before As it is, there were moments when her responses almost seemed shallow because they felt a little too spontaneous.These plot quibbles aside, Outfox is uber romantic if you can ignore that whole already married thing hey her husband is probably a serial killer , with one of Brown s expressive heroes, and a really lovely Epilogue All around it s a 3.5 4 star read for me, a gray area that I m happy to leave gray flag 3 likesLike see review View 1 comment Aug 21, 2019 Nikki rated it liked it It was good, just not as good as some of her others Of course Sandra brown is always able to keep you turning to the next page and saying just one chapter then I ll go to bed, but I gave it the three stars bc I felt the two characters falling for each other a little too fast and there really was no surprise ending Worth the read though flag 3 likesLike see review Melissa Agreed Not SB s best by a long shot Aug 29, 2019 01 59PM Aug 11, 2019 Xenos rated it it was amazing review of another edition O M G I love Sandra Brown books Anybody who knows me knows that But holy guacamole, Batman I looooove this book Right out of the gate, Outfox had me hooked I couldn t read it fast enoughcouldn t put it down Made my kids take it away from me so I would could accomplish things around the house Then I got back to it as soon as I possibly could Sorry, my house might be a little dustier than usual this week I always lament the long time between Ms Brown s book releases, but O M G I love Sandra Brown books Anybody who knows me knows that But holy guacamole, Batman I looooove this book Right out of the gate, Outfox had me hooked I couldn t read it fast enoughcouldn t put it down Made my kids take it away from me so I would could accomplish things around the house Then I got back to it as soon as I possibly could Sorry, my house might be a little dustier than usual this week I always lament the long time between Ms Brown s book releases, but it s always worth the waitespecially for this one flag 3 likesLike see review Aug 13, 2019 Jenhester rated it it was amazing review of another edition Excellent read I couldn t put it down, which seems to be the case with a lot of SB a books I love her style and all the twists and turns, even at the very end, kept me guessing I got attached to the characters and was rooting for the good guy but intrigued by the bad one too Would definitely recommend flag 3 likesLike see review Aug 13, 2019 Mary rated it it was amazing You can t beat a Sandra Brown book for suspense Loved it, I would highly recommend it flag 4 likesLike see review Aug 09, 2019 Autumn Chastain rated it it was amazing review of another edition Wow this book was amazing from the beginning to the end, filled with twists and turns you don t see coming Rex is a FBI agent who goes undercover to hunt the person responsible for his mother s disappearance.which leads him to the woman of his dreams and her suspicious husbandgreat read and the ending is a twist didn t see coming flag 3 likesLike see review Aug 11, 2019 Emily rated it it was amazing Another great mysteryfull of twists and turns until the last chapters So good flag 3 likesLike see review Aug 08, 2019 Elaine Ragland rated it it was amazing review of another edition Classic Sandra Brown There are always twists and turns Just when you think you have it all figured out you haven t I can always count on Sandra Brown for a great read I have all her books, going all the way back to the days when she used pen names It has been a longtime love affair Simply the best flag 3 likesLike see review Aug 15, 2019 Cristina rated it did not like it review of another edition Shelves r suspense Unbelievable awful I think some one else wrote this book flag 4 likesLike see review Aug 07, 2019 Santafetrainer rated it it was amazing review of another edition SurprisingI don t write many reviews Sandra Brown is a go to for me and I expect to have a fairly quick enjoyable read and am never disappointed This book absolutely took things to another level I m fairly good at guessing thermostat where when and why but this timesurprise after surprise The twists and turns are outstanding and so was this book flag 3 likesLike see review previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 next new topicDiscuss This Book topics posts views last activity Play Book Tag Outfox by Sandra Brown 4 stars 1 11 Aug 21, 2019 11 20AM More topics Share Recommend It Stats Recent Status Updates Genres Romance Romantic Suspense 40 users Thriller 18 users Romance 18 users Suspense 16 users Fiction 16 users See top shelves About Sandra Brown Sandra Brown 12,473 followers Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread for information Sandra Brown is the author of than sixty New York Times bestsellers, including STING 2016 , FRICTION 2015 , MEAN STREAK 2014 , DEADLINE 2013 , LOW PRESSURE 2012 , LETHAL 2011.Brown began her writing career in 1981 and since then has published over seventy Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread for information Sandra Brown is the author of than sixty New York Times bestsellers, including STING 2016 , FRICTION 2015 , MEAN STREAK 2014 , DEADLINE 2013 , LOW PRESSURE 2012 , LETHAL 2011.Brown began her writing career in 1981 and since then has published over seventy novels, bringing the number of copies of her books in print worldwide to upwards of eighty million Her work has been translated into over thirty languages.In 2009 Brown detoured from romantic suspense to write, Rainwater, a much acclaimed, powerfully moving historical fiction story about honor and sacrifice during the Great Depression.Brown was given an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from Texas Christian University She was named Thriller Master for 2008, the top award given by the International Thriller Writer s Association Other awards and commendations include the 2007 Texas Medal of Arts Award for Literature and the Romance Writers of America s Lifetime Achievement Award Books by Sandra Brown 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      Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread for information Sandra Brown is the author of than sixty New York Times bestsellers, including STING 2016 , FRICTION 2015 , MEAN STREAK 2014 , DEADLINE 2013 , LOW PRESSURE 2012 , LETHAL 2011.Brown began her writing career in 1981 and since then has published over seventy Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread for information Sandra Brown is the author of than sixty New York Times bestsellers, including STING 2016 , FRICTION 2015 , MEAN STREAK 2014 , DEADLINE 2013 , LOW PRESSURE 2012 , LETHAL 2011.Brown began her writing career in 1981 and since then has published over seventy novels, bringing the number of copies of her books in print worldwide to upwards of eighty million Her work has been translated into over thirty languages.In 2009 Brown detoured from romantic suspense to write, Rainwater, a much acclaimed, powerfully moving historical fiction story about honor and sacrifice during the Great Depression.Brown was given an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from Texas Christian University She was named Thriller Master for 2008, the top award given by the International Thriller Writer s Association Other awards and commendations include the 2007 Texas Medal of Arts Award for Literature and the Romance Writers of America s Lifetime Achievement Award

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    1. Outfox was a fantastic cat and mouse game.It had many twists and turns, therefore there was no chance for me getting bored As a matter of fact, the chase which was the main focal point of Outfox was what I loved the most about this book Because if you boil it down to the basics, it was a story about two very intelligent men trying to outfox each other and I ve always loved these kind of premises.Unsurprisingly the tension was high throughout the entire book For one thing both male protagoni Outf [...]


    2. If you ve read the book blurb, I m betting you re already convinced to add this one to your TBR list You won t be disappointed Anytime there s a new release from Sandra Brown, there s cause for celebration She is one of the best romantic suspense writers on the scene and for years has been one of my favorite writers Each new novel refines her talent and quickly becomes one to be remembered This is the case with Outfox In a slow on the get go twisted mind game between a clever and ruthless If you [...]


    3. Sun, lake, sailing, hiking, a week with family and a new Sandra Brown book Life just doesn t get any better than this and this was a perfect book to read on a long drive and any time I could steal away from everyone The romance tough to warm up to, but the steam and charisma just oozed off the page once the heat turned up The suspense was full of twists and misdirection I wasn t that taken with the heroine, and the hero kept me guessing just what he would do next The ending was vintage Sand Sun, [...]


    4. Well, that is hard to believe can barely shove the rating up to 3 but I will it was a 2.5, at best Honestly, it did nothing for me I didn t like the characters I felt there was no real development with the relationship between Drex and Talia I mean, you have seen my previous reviews of SB books I usually LOVE them They are re reads and audio listens I am a little annoyed as these new books are not cheap Plus I was waiting all summer for this one I am not sure if it Publishers or Well, that is ha [...]


    5. Drex Easton is an FBI agent who has had a singular goal for nineteen years He is determined to track down a serial killer When clues point to a man named Jasper Ford, Drex and two fellow agents, Mike Mallory and Gifford Davis, create a plan to catch this man once and for all Ford has a history of finding wealthy women, killing them and emptying their accounts, and then moving on to the next woman.This serial killer, going by an alias, is currently married to Talia Shafer, a woman many years y Dr [...]


    6. 3.25 ish stars Despite what the title may have hinted at, Sandra Brown s latest release failed to outfox this loyal reader Her signature plot trickery deployed to dupe readers in only the best way possible, of course wasn t up to snuff this go round No doubt a decent read overall, but several rungs below what s become her standard The harmonious counterbalance of suspense and romance Brown has excelled at in the past, eradicated by a plot hole ridden investigation.Brown s name tops my roma 3.25 [...]


    7. This review can also be found at Carole s Random Life in Books.This was really good I have a long history with Sandra Brown I am not even sure how many years it has been since I first tried her work I haven t read them all yet but I have quite a few under my belt I have yet to be disappointed and look forward to getting my hands on her new work every year It is safe to say that I went into this book with fairly high expectations and I pleased to say that they were all met This was a highly This [...]


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