Envy: A Novel of the Fallen Angels: 3 - J. R. Ward Reviews
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by - written on 16/04/12 (Very useful, 42 readings)
After reading the first two books within this series of books, I was more than pleased to find the third book just sitting and waiting for me at my local library last week (yes I am that sad! Lol!). The book in question is "Envy" by J R Ward. Seven deadly sins and seven souls to save, one a piece and the competition is neck and neck, with everything to play for........ Thomas "Veck" DelVecchio is a homicide detective with a dark childhood, his father is a world famous serial killer, who murdered a string of women, including Veck's own mother. He has always felt that he has lived his life on a knife edge, ... Read the complete review
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