Nothing to Hide

Nothing to Hide

by Allison Brennan

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New York Times bestseller Allison Brennan's latest novel featuring FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid finds her on the trail of a serial killer.


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With a background in psychology, FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid is good at getting into the heads of killers and victims both. Still, her latest case is leaving her stumped. A third body has turned up in San Antonio—and it bears the same unique and troubling M.O. as the first two. The killer is clearly trying to send a message. But what is it—and to whom? All roads keep leading Lucy down a dead end. . .


The victims are all married men who led honest lives alongside their adoring wives, but have nothing else in common. When Lucy catches each widow in a lie, she realizes that things are not at all as they seem. What begins as a seemingly straightforward investigation turns into something far darker and more sinister than Lucy could have ever imagined. Can she solve this case before more lives are lost. . . including her own husband?


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781250297655
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Publication date: 04/30/2019
Series: Lucy Kincaid Series , #15
Pages: 432
Sales rank: 10,827
Product dimensions: 4.10(w) x 6.70(h) x 1.30(d)

About the Author

ALLISON BRENNAN is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of over thirty novels, including the Lucy Kincaid series (Cold Snap, Stalked, Reckless), and the Max Revere series (Abandoned, Maximum Exposure, Compulsion). She was nominated for Best Paperback Original Thriller by International Thriller Writers and the Daphne du Maurier Award by Kiss of Death. A former consultant in the California State Legislature, Allison lives in Northern California with her husband, five kids, and assorted pets.

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Nothing to Hide (Lucy Kincaid Series #15) 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Anonymous 7 months ago
Anonymous 6 months ago
The ending was a little unreal.
Boohimdanno 7 months ago
Allison Brennan brings Lucy Kincaid back for another mystery this time a serial killers needing to be stopped. The characters are real, progress and grow as the series continues. Each characters readers will be able to relate wanting to love, protect and stand beside. The mystery has it twist and turns that readers have come to expect from Allison Brennan. The author has the gift to bring readers into her world never letting go until they have finished ever last word. The book can be read as a stand a lone for those who have just discovered Allison Brennan. Thank you to Netgally and the publisher Minotaur Books for the advance copy Allison Brennan Nothing to Hide
diane92345 7 months ago
FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid is working with County Investigator Jerry Walker on a serial killer case in Nothing to Hide. Unfortunately, Jerry has a distrust of FBI psychological profiles due to an earlier case. The victims seem to have nothing in common besides being male, under 40 and married. The murder method is identical. Each victim stops while driving home at night, is tased, beaten including crushed hands, and finally shot in the head. The entire crime takes less than five minutes. Concurrently, Lucy’s stepson, Jesse, is sucked into a situation while trying to help a friend. To resolve this issue, Lucy and her husband Sean must improve their communication and parenting skills. I love police procedurals. I enjoyed the interactions between skeptical Jerry and thinker Lucy while they were investigating the serial killer case. However, my interest was not held by the family drama portion of the book. This issue was probably caused by my lack of reading any earlier entry in this now fifteen book series. For series readers, Nothing to Hide probably will rate 4.5 stars. For others, who like me are jumping in here, this book rates 3.5 stars. It is definitely worth reading for the twisty mystery of the killer’s identity and motive. The writing style is fluid. The characters are well-written. Overall, the book rates 4 stars. Thanks to Minotaur Books and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review.
CathyGeha 7 months ago
Nothing to Hide by Allison Brennan Lucy Kincaid #15 As I began to read this book I thought I had read about Lucy Kincaid before and then something I read in this book reminded me I had read of her capture and horrible experience at the hands of a sadistic man and more. I loved that book, though it was not easy to read, and realized that as this is book 15 and the last one I read in the series was book two...I have missed a LOT of Lucy’s life stories and cases. Andy you know what? I didn’t need to read the books in the middle for this book to make perfect sense. I now need to find out where I can pick up the books I have missed and make sure to read them! This book starts with Lucy at a murder sight checking the body where it lies. She has been asked to assist the local detective, Jerry Walker, in determining who the serial murderer of three (so far) men might be. There is a lot of detecting, interviewing, brain storming, discussion and police procedure that takes place with discussion of evidence, recreation of the murders and a bit of friction between Jerry and Lucy when she wants to call in the FBI for a profile of the murderer. In addition to finding the murderer there is a second thread to this book that has to do with some orphan boys that Jesse, Lucy’s stepson, has befriended. There seems to be a back story about the boys and about Jesse that I would love to read. Anyway, I usually read the end of books first but managed not to this time and have to say it took me a LONG time to figure out who the baddie was. Even when I was beginning to tweak to who it might be I wasn’t sure if it was this one or that one and guessed wrong at first. So...good job Ms Brennan! Did I like this book? Definitely Will I read more in this series? As soon as I can! Thank you to NetGalley and SMP-Minotaur for the ARC – This is my honest review. 5 Stars
Lillian Maddocks-Cummings 7 months ago
Can you keep your family safe? FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid worries about her stepson Jesse after all the trauma that he has been through the last year. Her husband Sean is trying to hold it all together as he blames himself for not keeping him and his ex-wife safe. Lucy knows that she can't push and that things will hopefully work themselves out. She has just been given a new case a young father has been gunned down and the crime scene isn't giving up any clues and the sheriff's deputy that she is meant to be working with just isn't interested in her at all. She is a good agent and she knows that if they work together they just might catch the killer before they strike again. Deputy Sheriff Jerry Walker wants nothing to do with the FBI he had a case go really bad and he knows that they will try and take over the cases. So how does he make sure that doesn't happen? This is the 3rd victim and Lucy knows that they are all related but they just can't seem to find the link. They didn't hang out at the same places, all worked different jobs and lived different lives. So why did the killer chose them? Sean knows that something is happening with Jesse and his friends at the home but Jesse isn't willing to open up and he has no idea what he can do to change that. So he leaves it for now but he needs to find out what is happening as his son doesn't usually tell lies. Jesse knows that he & his friends are in over their heads but they don't want to bring anyone else into this mess but when will they realize that they need help? Lucy knows that the clues are leading them to one person but what is their motive? Will she & Jerry bring the killer to justice before more people land up dead? Will Jesse ask for help before it is too late? A good read. I was lucky enough to receive a copy via Netgalley & the publishing house in exchange for my honest review.
paytonpuppy 7 months ago
Lucy Kincaid never disappoints and neither does Allison Brennan with a wonderful new addition to the FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid series. Lucy and Sheriff Deputy Investigator Jerry Walker are investigating two bodies that have been killed in the same unusual manner. Then a third body is killed the same way. The men all led normal lives, married, children with no obvious motive for their murders. Jerry is not happy that Lucy has been assigned to work with him, not because she is female, but because she is FBI. As they continue to question the families of the victims, there is no obvious connection between the men. Do they have a stone-cold psychopath killing just for the pleasure of getting away with murder? At the same time Sean, Lucy’s husband, is still dealing with his son, Jesse, and the trauma that he suffered when his mother was killed. While Lucy is able to use Sean’s assistance and perspective on the cases, the sheriff’s department and FBI work overtime processing what few clues they have. Ms. Brennan is a master at suspense and weaves a complicated and thoroughly entertaining mystery. I received an advance review copy at no cost and without obligation for an honest review. (by paytonpuppy)
Monnie777 7 months ago
This book is like watching Criminal Minds but with more information. You don't have to read the previous books to enjoy this one, though those are good books too. Lucy has such a sharp mind and that shows in her work of catching the bad guys. In this book she is working with an investigator who doesn't like the FBI because they screwed up a case many years ago. The case has random guys dying and not knowing what links they all together. We follow Lucy and Jerry as they hunt down this killer. During all this Sean and Jesse have problems of their own. *I received a free copy of this book via the NetGalley and am voluntarily leaving a review.*
PatriciaWhite 7 months ago
Action packed,edge of your seat suspense! This series just gets better with every book.Lucy is up against a serial killer and her own partner. He has been burned by the FBI before and wants her help.Sean is trying to deal with guilt he feels from not keeping his ex safe.Jesse is trying to help a friend from making a huge mistake. Just when you think you know who the killer is your thrown a curve ball and your totally wrong. Wickedly Twisted!!! Thanks to NetGalley and St Martin's Press for providing me a copy of NOTHING TO HIDE by Allison Brennan in exchange for my honest review.
booklover- 7 months ago
4.5 Stars For those readers who have read any part of the Lucy Kincaid series, you will really enjoy this one. For those who haven't, don't let the number of books in this series deter you. This works easily as a stand alone. It will probably whet your appetite to go back to the beginning ... it's well worth it. FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid is working with the local police in San Antonio on a case that completely has her baffled. Three bodies have been found ... no DNA .. no clues ... no evidence .... nothing ... nada. The only commonality among these men, other than the way they were killed, is that they are all married, seemingly happy. They all have responsible jobs, nothing in their backgrounds indicate anything criminal. They don't share churches, grocery stores, laundries, etc. What begins as a seemingly straightforward investigation turns into something far darker and more sinister than Lucy could have ever imagined. On the personal side, her stepson finds himself in harm's way when he tries to help a friend. The friend's brother is head of a drug gang, just out of prison, and wants his younger brother to join him. But there's also the initiation to get through ........... The story premise is a really good one. I got totally involved in the investigation, watching how Lucy takes every opportunity to question not only potential suspects, but her own instincts, as well. I like how the characters interacted .... Lucy and the local police who has no use for the FBI.... and then there's Lucy's relative new family .... a husband and a teenage stepson. All are finely drawn and credible. Prepare for lots of action in this page-turning crime fiction / police procedural. Extremely well-written, this will keep you riveted from the very first page. Many thanks to the author / St. Martin's Press Minotaur Books / Netgalley for the advanced digital copy. Opinions expressed here are unbiased and entirely my own.