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Pascal, Francine. Kill Game; a Gaia Moore novel.

PASCAL, Francine. Kill Game; a Gaia Moore novel. (Fearless FBI.) Simon & Schuster, Pulse. 262p. c2005.0-689-87821-4. $7.99. S

Loner Gaia Moore, protagonist of Francine Pascal's Fearless series, graduates from Stanford, and her future looks bright until Kevin, her only college acquaintance, straps a bomb to himself and threatens to blow the student body to smithereens. Unable to experience fear, Gaia dives off the rooftop, taking Kevin along with her. Just in time, she rips the bomb off his chest and hurls it into the air. At that moment, Gaia realizes what she wants to do with her life--enter the FBI. While impressed with Gaia's ability, Special Agent Malloy questions whether she's got what it takes to be an agent. For one thing, she's still struggling with the demons from her past. For another, she's never been a team player and likely never will. Gaia vows to prove Malloy wrong. Teamed with her roommate Catherine (a computer geek), Kim (a homosexual male) and Will (an egotistical Southern farmer), she begins a deadly game of "to catch a serial killer."

While at times graphic and disturbing, Kill Game catches the reader's attention and doesn't let go. Following Gaia's footsteps in an FBI training course at Quantico proves an exciting experience, with hopefully more to come in future Fearless FBI books. Lynne Pisano, Nesconset, NY

S--Recommended for senior high school students.
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