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M By MNJGreenhill Completed

Hate. Contempt. The only emotions Murphy O'Neill is capable of. Hate for Elijah, the Werewolf who brutally and savagely killed his mate.  Contempt for the Alliance, who allowed the murderer to escape.

A string of gruesome slayings in Boston points to Elijah's return, and Murphy is determined to track him down and make him pay for destroying his life. The one thing stopping him? A mouthy, opinionated FBI agent who just can't be told to mind her own business.

Twenty years ago, the Boston Wolf Killer suddenly disappeared without a trace. The killings stopped and the city began to breathe again. Kaitlyn Quinn's father, a detective with the Boston PD, was the last victim before the police and FBI lost all trace.

Special Agent Quinn has been assigned to the FBI's task force to track this killer down.  For Kaitlyn, it's personal. She intends to bring her father's killer to justice no matter the cost. Even if it means teaming up with an ice cold, emotionless FBI Profiler. Everything is not as it seems, and Kaitlyn is thrust into a world she didn't know existed.

To catch the psychotic killer, Kaitlyn and Murphy must put aside their animosity and navigate the thin line the separates their two worlds.

** Buried is the second book in the MASKED series **

AshaWheeler AshaWheeler Jan 04
They wouldn't let her work a case that could be connected to a family members death.
Kiri16Rojas Kiri16Rojas Nov 27, 2016
I think if you can say something behind somebody's back you should be able to say it in front their face
In the U.S. we don't use the word 'arse'. We say 'ass'. Just a FYI.
KAMMS18 KAMMS18 Dec 30, 2016
I have FINALLY finished most of the books I had already started reading and my mocks are out of the way -no more everyday revision or stress yay- so now I can FINALLY start reading this story!! So excited :))
ilostmycreativity ilostmycreativity Nov 06, 2016
Finally a tall woman. So sick of seeing these 5'3/5'4 protagonists, even if I'm the same height
Rerykhan Rerykhan Dec 24, 2016
Nothing beats an introduction more then a fierce burst of energy into a room!