The Wrong Victim by Allison Brennan | Review

Book #3The Wrong Victim | Allison BrennanMIRA  | Pub: April 26, 2022 | Pages: 453

Book #3 in the Quinn & Costa Series.

Quinn & Costa are back! I jumped right into this book after reading Tell No Lies.

You can read them as standalones, but I recommend reading them in order if possible. You might get some tiny spoilers if you don’t.

I love that since they are a part of the Mobile Response Team, the team can travel anywhere in the US. Therefore, each book provides a different background. In this one, the team goes to the San Juan Islands, near Washington, due to a bombing killing 9 people. I really loved the setting of this story; Allison did a great job at depicting the town as a quaint and charming little tourist town.

As previously mentioned, I was living for the romantic tension between Kara and Matt, we got a bit of relationship development in Tell No Lies but in this one, it gets explored further, and someone might be putting their relationship in jeopardy… I can’t wait to keep reading this storyline!

If you love a story that’s slightly high-paced, suspenseful, and surprising, this series is for you! Highly recommend.


A bomb explodes on a sunset charter cruise out of Friday Harbor at the height of tourist season and kills everyone on board. Now this fishing and boating community is in shock and asking who would commit such a heinous crime—the largest act of mass murder in the history of the San Juan Islands.

Forensic profilers know there are two types of domestic terrorists: those who use violence to instill fear for political purposes but stop at murder because it detracts from the cause, and those who crave attention and are willing to maim and murder for their own agenda.

Accused of putting profits before people after leaking fuel that caused a massive fish kill, the West End Charter company may itself have been the target. But as special agent Matt Costa, detective Kara Quinn and the rest of the FBI team begin their investigation, they discover that plenty of people might have wanted someone dead on that yacht. Now they must track down who is responsible and stop them before they strike again.


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