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    Suzanne Brockmann(Author) Patrick Girard Lawlor(Performer) Renee Raudman(Performer)

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Suspense doesn't burn any brighter and desire doesn't run any deeper than when Suzanne Brockmann takes the helm, opens the throttle, and takes readers along for a breathless ride as she breaks the thrill barrier-again and again. With Into the Fire, Brockmann lights the fuse on her most explosive story yet.
Vinh Murphy-ex-Marine and onetime operative for the elite security firm Troubleshooters Incorporated-has been MIA ever since his wife, Angelina, was caught in a crossfire and killed during what should have been a routine bodyguard assignment. Overcome with grief, Murphy blames the neo-Nazi group known as the Freedom Network for her death. Now, years later, Freedom Network leader Tim Ebersole has been murdered-and the FBI suspects Murphy may have pulled the trigger. To prevent further bloodshed, Murphy's friends at Troubleshooters scramble to find him and convince him to surrender peacefully.
Murphy himself can't be sure what he did or didn't do during the years he spent mourning and lost in an alcohol-induced fog. He does know he occasionally sought solace from Hannah Whitfield, a former police officer and the very friend who'd introduced him to his beloved late wife.
But Hannah, still grappling with the deafness that resulted from an injury sustained while on duty, was fighting her own battles. For years Hannah had feelings for Murphy, and one painful night their suffering brought them together in a way neither expected-and both regretted.
Murphy is ready to rejoin the living. As always, he finds himself knocking on Hannah's door, and as always, his longtime friend welcomes him back into her home. Yet even as Murphy slowly rebuilds his splintered life, he continues to fight his growing feelings for Hannah.
Then he learns of Ebersole's murder and comes to believe that the Freedom Network has targeted him-and Hannah-to avenge their leader's death to violence. Now Murphy must face the terrifying prospect of losing another woman he loves.
As the Troubleshooters desperately search for him, Murphy races toward a deadly confrontation with the Freedom Network and ultimate choice: surrender his life in hopes that Hannah will be spared, or risk everything to salvage whatever future they may have together.

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PRAISE FOR SUZANNE BROCKMANNForce of Nature"Brockmann deftly delivers another testosterone-drenched, adrenaline-fueled tale of danger and desire that brilliantly combines superbly crafted, realistically complex characters with white-knuckle plotting."-BooklistInto the Storm"Brockmann is an undisputed master at writing military and suspense fiction [with] action, danger and passion all rolled into one."-Curled Up with a Good BookBreaking Point"Readers will be on the edge of their seats."-Library Journal"From the Hardcover edition."PRAISE FOR SUZANNE BROCKMANN Force of NatureBrockmann deftly delivers another testosterone-drenched, adrenaline-fueled tale of danger and desire that brilliantly combines superbly crafted, realistically complex characters with white-knuckle plotting.Booklist Into the StormBrockmann is an undisputed master at writing military and suspense fiction [with] action, danger and passion all rolled into one.Curled Up with a Good Book Breaking PointReaders will be on the edge of their seats.Library Journal

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  • By Decca on 13 August 2008

    I loved SBs books right up until Flashpoint which I struggled with. Into the Fire (ITF) continues with many of the main characters form Flashpoint so anyone who has not read this recently will not have a clue. Other reviews have said about the numerous convoluted plotlines etc so I will not. SB has made it plain that she is now writing fiction rather than romantic suspense and just as well because this book has no romance and minimal suspense. My main problems with this novel are as follows:-- Murphy and Hannah have zero chemistry. Just as well the sex scenes are pretty non existent because I could not imagine these 2 being good together despite SBs kept telling the reader that it was. The pairing have previous history which always means the reader misses out and the good old "best friends that now fancy each other" was so old hat and not well done. Also, admirable although SBs intentions are in being wholly inclusive across all races, etc. I did feel that she was pushing the point by making Murphy part Vietnamese and Hannah deaf as I felt these were put in there for no reason.- there is no interesting plot and minimal action. Virtually the whole novel is the myriad characters all talking about how they feel etc and the action that does come in at the end is poor and only an excuse for SB to pull in every character that has ever appeared in her books.- the Izzy/Eden plotline was good in that it continued to develop Izzy as a lead role whilst still keeping his "jerk" like character which is good, and a throw back to the Wildcard/Sam characters who everyone seemed to love from earlier books. However, nowhere could I find why Izzy supposedly falls in love with Eden, they hardly knew each other and all she did was cry, weak "heroine". The baby bits are poignant though, will not put a spoiler here!- Jimmy Nash/ Tess from Flashpoint - why did SB feel the need to take these back in to her books and take away their HEA? They have always been the weakest pairing in the book series and I certainly did not want to read about them again. Nor is there an explanation behind Nash's actions - or is SB saving this for yet another book?- Decker/Sophia/ Dave all reappear from FP and here SB does take an unexpected turn. I hope she continues it as I never looked on Decker as a romantic hero. He spends most of this book being rather bitter.On the plus side, the book is readable because I knew all the characters so well and I will probably read the next one but whereas SB used to be a must read, sadly it looks no longer to be the case.

  • By scottylass on 30 July 2008

    I recently received the eagerly awaited Into the Fire by S. Brockmann. Usually I cannot put down one of her books.This time I am struggling. There are so many characters from earlier stories that, even I, who have read all her books,am struggling to remember who did what in earlier books. For someone who is reading this as his or her first experience of a S. Brockmann book,he or she is going to find the references to earlier events a bit bewildering. I shall write more when I have finished reading it.

  • By loves to read on 12 August 2009

    So i wait a while before i got this book, in part because of the other reviews. I should say that i have read all the troubleshooter book and if you have not then this is not the fisrt book to read.There many people in this and usually that is a problem to me trying to keep every body straight in my head. so the couple in this book are Hannah and Muphry, they ahd been friends for a life time until the death of Muphry's 1st wife who is also Hannah,s best friend pulls them apart. So that is the main ploit but on top of that you and 2 other couples Izzy & Eden and Nash & Tess. There also lots of old friends from other TS books.I wouuld recomend this book I took it on holiday and it was a prefect read.

  • By Glasgow Girl on 25 July 2009

    This book is excellent it is true that you do need to be au fait with the characters frm previous books - i really enjoyed the opportunity to catch up with these characters in the midst of a new tale. I do not understand why anyone would have any difficulties in keeping up with the plot- if you enjoy SB books you will love this one - its a keeper to be reread time and again.

  • By J. Kertesz on 29 January 2010

    I loved her books, and admired how she can put more then one couple into one of them and make us interested, but too much is too much and it gets now confusing, somehow becoming "adventure" instead of "romance" too many things and difficult to follow.

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