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Special Agent Sadie Price, a 29-year-old rising star in the FBI’s BAU unit, stuns her colleagues by requesting reassignment to the FBI’s remote Alaskan field office. Back in her home state, a place she vowed she would never return, Sadie, running from a secret in her recent past and back into her old one, finds herself facing her demons—including her sister’s unsolved murd Special Agent Sadie Price, a 29-year-old rising star in the FBI’s BAU unit, stuns her colleagues by requesting reassignment to the FBI’s remote Alaskan field office. Back in her home state, a place she vowed she would never return, Sadie, running from a secret in her recent past and back into her old one, finds herself facing her demons—including her sister’s unsolved murder—while assigned to hunt down a new serial killer. Two women are found dead in a remote area of Northern Alaska, near Sadie’s hometown, floating under the ice, their bodies preserved, much the same way Sadie’s own murdered sister was found—a memory that still plagues her. The case strikes way too close to home, blurring Sadie’s judgment, stirring up memories of her estranged father and murdered sister, memories she’s not ready to grapple with. This part of Alaska—icy, rough, remote, populated by outcasts—proves impenetrable even for a seasoned FBI agent like Sadie. The killer, matching his landscape, is more sinister and smart than anyone Sadie has encountered. Amidst the perplexing clues, Sadie remains sure of only one thing: he will strike again. Against her wishes, Sadie must team up with Sheriff Logan Cooper—single, begrudging, and with a dark past of his own. Together, they must enter the canals of this killer’s twisted mind and seek help from the locals, however hostile, to solve the pattern of these murders before another girl turns up dead. With a major storm coming, can Sadie solve the murders before it’s too late? Or will she end up as the next body floating under the ice? An action-packed page-turner, the SADIE PRICE series is a riveting crime thriller, jammed with suspense, surprises and twists and turns that you won’t see coming. It will have you fall in love with a brilliant and scarred new character, while challenging you, amidst a barren landscape, to solve an impenetrable crime.


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Special Agent Sadie Price, a 29-year-old rising star in the FBI’s BAU unit, stuns her colleagues by requesting reassignment to the FBI’s remote Alaskan field office. Back in her home state, a place she vowed she would never return, Sadie, running from a secret in her recent past and back into her old one, finds herself facing her demons—including her sister’s unsolved murd Special Agent Sadie Price, a 29-year-old rising star in the FBI’s BAU unit, stuns her colleagues by requesting reassignment to the FBI’s remote Alaskan field office. Back in her home state, a place she vowed she would never return, Sadie, running from a secret in her recent past and back into her old one, finds herself facing her demons—including her sister’s unsolved murder—while assigned to hunt down a new serial killer. Two women are found dead in a remote area of Northern Alaska, near Sadie’s hometown, floating under the ice, their bodies preserved, much the same way Sadie’s own murdered sister was found—a memory that still plagues her. The case strikes way too close to home, blurring Sadie’s judgment, stirring up memories of her estranged father and murdered sister, memories she’s not ready to grapple with. This part of Alaska—icy, rough, remote, populated by outcasts—proves impenetrable even for a seasoned FBI agent like Sadie. The killer, matching his landscape, is more sinister and smart than anyone Sadie has encountered. Amidst the perplexing clues, Sadie remains sure of only one thing: he will strike again. Against her wishes, Sadie must team up with Sheriff Logan Cooper—single, begrudging, and with a dark past of his own. Together, they must enter the canals of this killer’s twisted mind and seek help from the locals, however hostile, to solve the pattern of these murders before another girl turns up dead. With a major storm coming, can Sadie solve the murders before it’s too late? Or will she end up as the next body floating under the ice? An action-packed page-turner, the SADIE PRICE series is a riveting crime thriller, jammed with suspense, surprises and twists and turns that you won’t see coming. It will have you fall in love with a brilliant and scarred new character, while challenging you, amidst a barren landscape, to solve an impenetrable crime.

30 review for Only Murder

  1. 4 out of 5

    Rich

    This is the first book I have read by this author an it was ok. The story was not bad and the main characters were ok but they sometimes felt as if they were all the same-hard to tell the difference at times. I also the the time line of the story was hard to beleieve at tines a lot was done in a few days. The main character was ok and the secondary characters were ok. I just could not believe she was a FBI agent, it was just not there for me. This writer has some talent but needs more experience This is the first book I have read by this author an it was ok. The story was not bad and the main characters were ok but they sometimes felt as if they were all the same-hard to tell the difference at times. I also the the time line of the story was hard to beleieve at tines a lot was done in a few days. The main character was ok and the secondary characters were ok. I just could not believe she was a FBI agent, it was just not there for me. This writer has some talent but needs more experience and maybe a better editor. I was also tired of the plot line of a police officer coming back home to investigate the murder of a sister lol-been done many times. The ending felt very rushed and needed polishing . Will I read he next book in the series when it comes out no. It is not a bad book 3 stars on the dot and if you need something to read and to past the time -maybe worth it. I would say for the most part skip it and do not give it a spin unless short on reading material.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Cj Barwin

    Inconsistencies Why would someone fly into Juneau when she needs to be in Anchorage? And then take a taxi (???) between the 2 cities? Almost 900 miles, covered in 9 hours... Honestly I almost stopped reading that early on. The rest of the story improved, though a good copy editor would have helped.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jess Greeley

    I don't often read but this Alaskan thriller provided such great detail that I felt like I was watching an episode of Criminal Minds :) I don't often read but this Alaskan thriller provided such great detail that I felt like I was watching an episode of Criminal Minds :)

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Peer

    I enjoyed this first in a new FBI Thriller Series by Rylie Dark. Sadie Price is unique in the FBI in that she is a rising star who requests assignment in Alaska. She is from Alaska, so it is nice for her to be home even though it means she has to face her sister’s unsolved murder. While she is facing her past, she is assigned a new serial killer case with two bodies found in much the same way as her sister was. Could it be the same killer? The unforgiving landscape won’t make this hunt any easie I enjoyed this first in a new FBI Thriller Series by Rylie Dark. Sadie Price is unique in the FBI in that she is a rising star who requests assignment in Alaska. She is from Alaska, so it is nice for her to be home even though it means she has to face her sister’s unsolved murder. While she is facing her past, she is assigned a new serial killer case with two bodies found in much the same way as her sister was. Could it be the same killer? The unforgiving landscape won’t make this hunt any easier. **I received this book in exchange for an honest review. **

  5. 4 out of 5

    Antigone Walsh

    Taut An FBI agent requests a post in Alaska. Still haunted by the death of her sister years before she is determined to learn the truth. In the meantime someone is murdering women in a fashion similar to the way her sister died. Could it be more than a coincidence. This is a taut novel. The Alaskan atmosphere is well conveyed and the thawing of the relationship between the local sheriff , his sister and Sadie was believable. Satisfying read.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Margaret Heher

    The roar of the wind,the sting of the snow I love novels set in Alaska. The weather is as much a character as the people are. The people we meet in this first of a promised series are a likeable crew. Some things were a wee bit unbelievable yet entertaining. Thankfully more relationships than descriptive violence although there is some. I look forward to the next steps for Sadie and the Coopers

  7. 4 out of 5

    Carley English

    Wasn't the biggest fan but did finish. Seemed like a very unrealistic timeline since the first hour of me reading was all on one day. Some wording was pretty cliche and the ending was kind of expected. It was my first Alaskan serial murder case though so the weather and cultures were interesting! Probably won't spend any money on the rest of the series. Wasn't the biggest fan but did finish. Seemed like a very unrealistic timeline since the first hour of me reading was all on one day. Some wording was pretty cliche and the ending was kind of expected. It was my first Alaskan serial murder case though so the weather and cultures were interesting! Probably won't spend any money on the rest of the series.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Fern

    It was entertaining enough. FBI agent goes back to her Alaska hometown to search for a potential serial killer who might have killed her sister. A very easy and quick read but not amazing. I will continue the series.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Corey

    FBI BAU stories just are not my jam. The story and characters were just fine. Nothing really got me excited in the story. It was just an okay book.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Ellen White

    Tom enjoying early hours fishing, the quietness, his catch, brought a shout. Special Agent Price a bigwig in the Behavior Analysis Unit in DC Now transferred to Alaska, once her home, the quietness, and a motive. ASAC Paul Golightly a veteran agent to report to, asking why Without saying she had one to apprehend a killer of Jessica, her sister.. New author and was delightful to read this book. Drawing you in from the beginning, brief description and now the answers The people, the setting was vivid, as Tom enjoying early hours fishing, the quietness, his catch, brought a shout. Special Agent Price a bigwig in the Behavior Analysis Unit in DC Now transferred to Alaska, once her home, the quietness, and a motive. ASAC Paul Golightly a veteran agent to report to, asking why Without saying she had one to apprehend a killer of Jessica, her sister.. New author and was delightful to read this book. Drawing you in from the beginning, brief description and now the answers The people, the setting was vivid, as the plot unfolded to the end Enjoyed and looking again to read her work, well done. Given ARC for my voluntary review and my honest opinion for SRP Thrillers.

  11. 4 out of 5

    cindy menzies

  12. 4 out of 5

    MsSilence68

  13. 4 out of 5

    Gerald A. Kuhn

  14. 5 out of 5

    Kristina

  15. 5 out of 5

    Stafford

  16. 5 out of 5

    Melanie

  17. 5 out of 5

    Sherlyn K. Anderson

  18. 5 out of 5

    Terry Warth

  19. 5 out of 5

    norma lynn hongerholt

  20. 4 out of 5

    Shirley Cooksley

  21. 4 out of 5

    Leona

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jordan Parker

  23. 4 out of 5

    Kaska Watson

  24. 4 out of 5

    Sandra Reid

  25. 5 out of 5

    Rhonda

  26. 4 out of 5

    Lyn Ostoich

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jerri

  28. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca Alden

  29. 4 out of 5

    Chuck

  30. 5 out of 5

    Yvette

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