Face of a Killer (Sydney Fitzpatrick #1)

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  • Paperback
  • 400 pages
  • Face of a Killer (Sydney Fitzpatrick #1)
  • Robin Burcell
  • English
  • 09 June 2017
  • 0061122300

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Face of a Killer (Sydney Fitzpatrick #1) Facts lie Two decades after the murder that shattered her world, FBI agent and forensic artist Sydney Fitzpatrick confronts her father s killer face to face But the inmate who s scheduled to be executed for the crime is not what she expected Heightening Sydney s unease, she receives a photograph sent to her by a man just prior to his suicide, causing her to question everything she believed about her father Now she wants the truth no matter where it s hidden, no matter how painful or dangerous But Sydney Fitzpatrick is about to trespass on sacred ground And being a federal agent will offer her no security or shelter if it s her own government that wants her dead. New Download [ Face of a Killer (Sydney Fitzpatrick #1) ] author [ Robin Burcell ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Face of a Killer (Sydney Fitzpatrick #1)

  1. Jen says:

    Sydney Fitzpatrick is a forensic artist for the FBI On the twentieth anniversary of her father s death, she s called in to do a sketch of a rapist When her suspect starts baring resemblance to a suspect in another rape case, Sydney is partnered up with Tony Carillo to investigate.Meanwhile, Sydney decides it s time to confront her father s murderer who is awaiting execution at San Quentin She simply wants to know why he killed her father, but instead she ends up having doubts that the man DID Sydney Fitzpatrick is a forensic artist for the FBI On the twentieth anniversary of her father s death, she s called in to do a sketch of a rapist When her suspect starts baring resemblance to a suspect in another rape case, Sydney is partnered up with Tony Carillo to investigate.Meanwhile, Sydney decides it s time to confront her father s murderer who is awaiting execution at San Quentin She simply wants to know why he killed her father, but instead she ends up having doubts that the man DID kill her father Then when her father s old army buddy sends her an envelope before he commits suicide, things looks evensuspicious Everything seems to be tied to a picture in the envelope A picture of her father with several other men a picture of a group of men who look sort of likespecial forces.I m not sure I know exactly where to start with this review because I loved every aspect of this bo...

  2. Carol Hunter says:

    I met Robin Burcell when she spoke as a woman mystery writer during the Leesburg Library Book Festival this year Aa an FBi trained forensic artist, and a skilled law enforcement officer, she brings authenticity and depth to her writing When I listened to her on a panel of o...

  3. Gentle says:

    I bought a copy of Face of a Killer at the Great Valley Book fest recently I didn t know anything about Robin Burcell at the time, but she was there showcasing her book and speaking about her interesting law enforcement background She was friendly, knowledgeable, hilarious, and made her book sound like a must read So of course I had to get a copy Needless to say I was not disappointed with Face of a Killer From the very first chapter I was drawn into the world of FBI Agent Sydney Fitzpatric I bought a copy of Face of a Killer at the Great Valley Book fest recently I didn t...

  4. Jodi says:

    This is a first in a new series by Robin Burcell It features Sydney Fitzpatrick, an FBI agent and forensic artist Burcell herself is a forensic artist and was a police officer for many years in California...

  5. Betsy says:

    If you like government conspiracies, then this would be the book for you Unfortunately, I am not a fan I would have preferred if the book stayed with the current and local crimes that Sydney was investigating 3 stars

  6. Kay says:

    A totally enjoyable book that I did not want to put down The characters were great and the plot was outstanding If I have any complaint it was that the romantic plot did not develop the way I wished.

  7. Sue Coletta says:

    Beautiful writing, strong characters, fascinating sub plotthis book has it all Highly recommend.

  8. Marlyn says:

    I ve known Robin Burcell virtually for many years I didn t actually meet her in person until Left Coast Crime in Hawai i in March, at which I was pleased to obtain a signed copy of her latest book,Face of a Killer .I have read her previous books, featuring SFPD Homicide Investigator Kate Gillespie The latest book is not part of the series, although the protagonist, FBI agent Sydney Fitzpatrick, does mention knowing Kate.Sydney has recently transferred to San Francisco, partially with the ult I ve known Robin Burcell virtually for many years I didn t actually meet her in person until Left Coast Crime in Hawai i in March, at which I was pleased to obtain a signed copy of her latest book,Face of a Killer .I have read her previous books, featuring SFPD Homicide Investigator Kate Gillespie The latest book is not part of the series, although the protagonist, FBI agent Sydney Fitzpatrick, does mention knowing Kate.Sydney has recently transferred to San Francisco, partially with the ulterior motive of meeting the man who is in prison for murdering her father 20 years earlier He has maintained since his arrest that he is innocent, and when Sydney visits him, she finds herself believing his st...

  9. Diane says:

    A new author to me and one that was actually on the police force as a forensic artist, so she writes with 30 years experience in that field.A different main character FBI Agent Sydney Fitzpatrick she s a forensic artist and is good at that aspect of her job Sydney is a likeable, naive character who matures fairly quickly in this book.This first book deals with building her background to present day and how the first case comes to be Bullets are flying, stuff is getting blown up, boat chase A new author to me and one that was actually on the police force as a forensic artist, so she writes with 30 years experience in that field.A different main character FBI Agent Sydney Fitzpatrick she s a forensic artist and is good at that aspect of her job Sydney is a likeable, naive character who ...

  10. Bill says:

    Goodread s description covers the basics What it doesn t capture is the suspense, the let me read onechapter before I turn out the light pacing that keeps you going relentlessly Burcell s many years experience as an agent and a cop give her the knowledge to translate into fine fictional realism, and her sleuth Sydney Fitzpatrick is warm and likeable and matures as you watch her work her way to multiple solutions and ...