Bad BloodBook - 2016
Everything Cassie Hobbes thought she knew about the night of her mother's murder has been called into question. Her mother is alive, and the people holding her captive are more powerful-- and dangerous-- than anything the Naturals have faced so far. As Cassie and the team work to uncover the secrets of a group that has been killing in secret for generations, they find themselves racing a ticking clock.
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Cassie Hobbes and her team of friends that work for the FBI are looking for an organized group of serial killers. This secret group has been killing people for decades. They only kill on certain dates according to a numerical code. When people from their past investigations are murdered, Cassie realizes that their team is actually the intended prey. As the Naturals work to solve this latest mystery, they find themselves in a race against time.
When Cassie joined the Naturals program, she hoped that she might find a way to solve her mother’s murder. But Lorelai Hobbes isn’t dead but rather has spent the past several years in the hands of a cult of serial killers. Now the next Fibonacci date is rapidly approaching, and soon the ritualized murders will start again. But the race against the clock is interrupted when the Naturals are called in to consult on the disappearance of Celine Delacroix, the daughter of Thatcher Townsend’s business partner. Michael is only days from his eighteenth birthday, and being free of his abusive father forever, but seems that Townsend Senior isn’t willing to let go so easily. Now the Naturals have two problems on their hands, and time is running out.
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Without order, there is chaos. Without order, there is pain. The wheel turns. Lives are forfeit. Seven masters. Seven ways of killing. This time, it will be fire. Nine will burn. So it has been decreed, and so it must be. The wheel is already turning. There is an order to things. And at the center of all of it—all of it—is you.
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