Killing Season

Killing Season

L.T. Vargus Tim McBain / Aug 23, 2019

Killing Season Let it bleed Watch it burn The first shot punches through the windshield of an SUV A head shot The driver s death is instantaneous By the time Special Agent Violet Darger arrives in Atlanta the city

  • Title: Killing Season
  • Author: L.T. Vargus Tim McBain
  • ISBN: 9781974212989
  • Page: 413
  • Format: Paperback
  • Let it bleed Watch it burn.The first shot punches through the windshield of an SUV A head shot The driver s death is instantaneous.By the time Special Agent Violet Darger arrives in Atlanta, the city teeters toward panic The vacant streets and restaurants paint an eerie picture No one dares to venture out.A killer walks among them A shadow And the public cowers justLet it bleed Watch it burn.The first shot punches through the windshield of an SUV A head shot The driver s death is instantaneous.By the time Special Agent Violet Darger arrives in Atlanta, the city teeters toward panic The vacant streets and restaurants paint an eerie picture No one dares to venture out.A killer walks among them A shadow And the public cowers just the way he wants them to.A sniper along I 20 kills eight and causes a 36 car pileup The next morning, the same individual stalks through a grocery store parking lot with a handgun, taking out six innocent shoppers along with the store s front window before fleeing without a trace.Once Agent Darger must identify with a murderer, must stare into the darkest recesses of mankind to anticipate his next move Putting herself in his head may be the only way to stop him But what hatred drives a man to such desperate, violent acts What damage And what price must one pay to invite that chaos inside themselves

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    1. With Vargus and McBain, every season is Killing Season.Full disclosure: I love Violet Darger. Reading about her feels like hanging out with an old friend, except better because she spends all her time telling me about her fast-paced and dangerous life catching serial killers and surviving their attempts to kill her and the people she loves. So far I've read both full-length Darger novels and the novella, and each one has flown by like an episode of X-Files minus the aliens. The monsters Darger a [...]



    2. Another great storyline featuring Violet! She's such a great character and they do an amazing job with settings and other people so you feel like you are right there with her. I love that because it really lets you experience the book. Can't wait for #3---do you think it will be about Stump?


    3. I liked this one better than the first; Darger's character is more developed; and Loshak is as great as ever. I hope there's a third book soon.


    4. I was actually in Atlanta when I was reading this book, which was a littleressful. I remember the D.C. snipers. The thing about a sniper is that you don't know if they're targeting you, so it makes you really paranoid. They could be anywhere. You're just driving down the road, and BOOM that's it, lights out. You pretty much have to hole up in a cabin in the woods to feel even a little bit safer. And still, you never know. Even with family. It's not safe anywhere. Brotherly love isn't usually gen [...]


    5. Active Shooter Full disclosure - I was provided an advanced reader’s copy of this book by the authors but have voluntarily provided a review.A term that has struck fear into the hearts of many over the years. Schools, Shopping Malls, you name it, the phenomenon of the active shooter seems to become more and more prevalent with each passing day. This is the situation facing FBI agents Violet Darger and Victor Loshak in the follow up to “Dead End Girl” by Tim McBain and LT Vargus. Having bee [...]


    6. Excellent! With the first Violet Darger book, Dead End Girl, I wasn’t thrilled with the clunkiness of the first few chapters. There is none of that here. This one is tight! It seems much more polished. Closer to a Karin Slaughter or John Sandford level of quality than that first one. Although, truth be told, there’s somethingI can’t quite put my finger on itat I’m missing in this 2nd book, that the 1st one had. Something about Violet’s thought process? Her inner monologue? Her anxiety? [...]


    7. Violet can't wait to get away from the wedding, she has nothing in common with the other bridemaids and she is not thinking of getting married. So when her partner Loshak calls she gets her chance but it isn't fun and games. There has been a mass shooting and the FBI has been called in. This shooter wants to make sure everyone knows that he is out there waiting for another chance. Can Violet and the rest of the team find him before even more people loses their lives? A fellow FBI agent Ethan has [...]


    8. What I wrote in reviewing Casting Shadows Everywhere was basically a warning that the book isa lesson in learning immorality. Dangerous and scary. But Killing Season is even moreso. It combines all of the stylistic joys of good writing we have grown to expect from L. T. Vargus: dark, sinister plots; believable and original characters; delicious, unpredictable dialogue; suspense that almost requires anti-anxiety drugs to survive; moments of laugh-out-loud humour; a fast-paced, no wasted words del [...]


    9. This book is a great follow-up to the first two Violet Darger stories, the full-length first book Dead End Girl, and the follow-up novella Image in a Cracked Mirror. The stories follows FBI agent Violet Darger and her partner Victor Loshak as they travel to Atlanta, Georgia, this time to assist with an active shooter situation after a sniper kills multiple people on a busy interstate. Things escalate from there, but I don't want to reveal too much of the plot. I will say that the story is well-w [...]


    10. With snipers, mad dogs, good sons, bad sons, bombers, FBI Agents and private eyes, book two of the Violet Darger series starts off with a bang and never stops. FBI Special Agents Darger & Loshak make your heart stop and pulse race as they frantically search for a manic serial killer before they strike killer running loose in Atlanta before they can strike again.Watching the the development and growth of the relationship between Darger & Loshak grow from the book one to book two is great. [...]


    11. Killing Season – Vargas & McBainThere’s nothing I like better than a good mystery/police procedural and these two deliver in spades. I discovered these writers accidently on one of the discounted e-books websites, and I can say that I am now a big fan and will continue to follow this series as the stories are published. The main character in these books is Violet Darger, fledgling profiler for the FBI. In this book, Violet is called to consult on two separate shooting sprees that have le [...]


    12. Killing Season – Vargas & McBainThere’s nothing I like better than a good mystery/police procedural and these two deliver in spades. I discovered these writers accidently on one of the discounted e-books websites, and I can say that I am now a big fan and will continue to follow this series as the stories are published. The main character in these books is Violet Darger, fledgling profiler for the FBI. In this book, Violet is called to consult on two separate shooting sprees that have le [...]


    13. LT Vargus and Tim McBain just keep getting better at instantly pulling you into their story and leave you never wanting to stop reading. This is the second book in the Violet Darger Series but can easily be read and enjoyed if you did not read the first book Dead End Girl. I would highly recommend reading both though. Actually read anything by them you can get your hands on!The authors have a way of putting you right there in the story and seeing, hearing, and feeling everything going on at that [...]


    14. Awesome read! This book was even better than both Dead End Girl and Image In A Cracked Mirror, and I thoroughly enjoyed both of them. I found it hard to put the book downch to the chagrin of the other commuters on the NYS Thruway. LT and Tim certainly know a thing or two about character development, both good and evil ones alike, and they have once again showcased their talents. I found myself inside the minds of many of them throughout the entire, action-packed narrative, and it definitely help [...]


    15. I was looking forward to this book since I truly enjoyed the first in the series ( Dead End Girls). The book started off great - was beginning to think it would be better than the first one I was wrong. It becomes repetitive ( Violet falls in love on day 2, violet has same interaction with Loshak time and time again) and there is a fair amount of needless side story and characters that should lead somewhere but seem to be added to fill out the pages. Was also not a fan of knowing who the killers [...]


    16. This book is straight out of the headlines. An active serial shooter with raging hatred looking for the next victim. Violet Darger and her partner Loshak come into the crime scene, crashed cars and the dead Good Samaritan, and they must hit the ground running. They don't yet, know Luke and Levi, the bad and the confused. Violet is an FBI profiler, finding her direction through the dead and the path of the deranged snipers. There is a romantic touch between Darger and Loshak, and her confusion be [...]


    17. Wow, this action packed Violet Darger thriller was a rush of excitement, twists and turns. Vargus and McBain kicked this one into high speed from the beginning and never toned it down until the end. It was gritty, had a bit of humor thrown in, and lots of crazy ass shenanigans. These authors paint an amazing picture. You hear the back stories, get to know the cast of characters and "see" every detail they are trying to convey. I found myself saying out loud." That did not just happen", and "holy [...]


    18. They did it again! This time, Agent Violet Darger along with her partner, Loshak, takes on a complex serial killer with seemingly random targets and, if it wasn't already obvious in Dead End Girl, Killing Season makes it clear that Darger can take a beating and keep on ticking. I absolutely love her perseverance. In addition to building on Darger's fascinating character arc, Vargas and McBain have disturbing insight into the mind and motives of some not very nice folks and they use that insight [...]


    19. Killing Season is my favorite book so far in the Violet Darger series. Dare I even say it's my favorite yet from Vargus and McBain? It doesn't have as much violence and gore as their other books, so be warned if that's your only reason for reading these authors (but don't worry, there are still plenty of delicious atrocities to go around). This book has a ton of character development and relatable what-ifs, making it easy to get into and easy to keep going. Violet Darger is one kick-ass heroine, [...]


    20. If you are looking for nonstop action with very well developed characters and an excellent story line, then pull up a chair and open Killing Season. While the previous Violet Darger stories were very good, Killing Season is awesome, the premise of the story is very believable. Killing Season is a stand alone story, but if you haven't read Dead End Girl or Image in a Cracked Mirror you may want to check them out either before reading Killing Season, or after so you have a very good feel for who V [...]


    21. Love this character!Rarely do I give anything five stars. Had to do It! Absolutely love Violet. LOVE her. Rarely does my fondness grow beyond the written page, but I want to meet this woman. She's smart, snarky, tough and sensitive. Her relationships get stronger and grow deeper with every new mystery. As for Kiling Season, couldn't put it down. No spoilers really, but I loved the fact that 'normal' people helped. The fact that they weren't terrified and useless improved the story tenfold. Getti [...]


    22. Violet and her FBI partners are looking for a sniper / bomber / murderer. This is a fast moving story about how they tract the killers. It is so well written, that a couple times I found my eyes watering when bad things happened to good people. There's some help from an unlikely source, kept me wondering just exactly who he was. There's a little humor thru out, a couple twists and a new relationship forming. I enjoyed this story so much, there are no useless "filler" pages, they are all relevant [...]


    23. Violet Darger FBI agent. and partner Loshak become involved in a case that includes----14 victims --8 dead--a supermarket shooting----three other killed-----The violence has not stopped.And Violet Darger has just been in Atlanta a few days.This novel is not only about murder in large proportions--It is about the mental sickness ."If he could not have----"Happiness---Peace----Life--He would kill.This novel is about twin brothers in the FBI ----about the determination of Violet.


    24. Another wonderfully written thriller piece from my favorite non-spandex clad dynamic duo. Shifting perspectives once again make for a really interesting take, giving the reader an intimate glimpse into many brains throughout the books. This book took a completely different direction from Dead End Girl and Image In A Cracker mirror, but it still turned out wonderfully and the epilogue promises fantastic things to come (well Maybe not physically as Darger seems to get into her fair share of troubl [...]


    25. I got an advance copy of this from the authors but I would have bought it anyway since I enjoy all of their books. This second book of the Violet Darger, FBI profiler series is a really good read. Fast paced with a good plot. I find her partner Agent Loshack and their budding professional relationship intriguing. I wish his character had been more developed in this story and am looking forward to learning about him more in future installments. These two are a dynamic duo I recommend this series [...]


    26. Another great read from this excellent team of authors. Vargus and McBain have the right balance of swift action, well-drawn characters and clean storytelling. The story instantly gets stuck in your brain, the characters connect completely (with their imperfections), the metaphors are fresh, and the writing is crisp. The formula makes the book move seamlessly, drawing in the reader until the last page is done. And then, the reader longs for more in future volumes. So, keep it up, Lex and Tim!! W [...]


    27. Book 2 (officially) for Violet Darger. Fantastic page turner about a FBI profiler that catches serial killers. Great story with lots of exciting action, adventure and drama. So many good things in this book that it's hard to narrow down just one thing that I like best. If you like a gritty, engaging female lead, this series is for you. If you like plenty of action and a little mystery, this book is for you. If serial killers and police dramas are your thing, this book is for you. This book deliv [...]


    28. This second in the Violet Darger mysteries is better than the first, imo. It was a disturbing storyline about random shooting in the community, especially with school shootings rampant in our world. Violet and Loshak are good partners with an interesting connection. I enjoy the interaction between different law enforcement offices and the FBI is enmeshed . I'll read her next novel. Her personal relationships are bonuses.


    29. Killing Season was ABSOLUTELY AMAZING!!If you're a fan of Criminal Minds, this is a book for you. FBI Special Agent, Violet Darger has grudgingly agreed to be a bridesmaid for her stepsister. Only to be called in the middle of the reception, to be sent to find men on a killing spree in a small town. Fast action, a totally can't put down book, until the very end. Only to make you want more!!


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