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by Suzanne Chazin

eBook The Fourth Angel ePub
Author: Suzanne Chazin
Language: English
ISBN: 0399147055
ISBN13: 978-0399147050
Publisher: G.P. Putnam's Sons (February 19, 2001)
Pages: 352
Category: Mystery
Subcategory: Thriller
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 721
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Suzanne Chazin's "The Fourth Angel" is a true page-turner, a book with clever plot twists involving engagingly drawn characters against an intriguing background.

Suzanne Chazin's "The Fourth Angel" is a true page-turner, a book with clever plot twists involving engagingly drawn characters against an intriguing background. I enjoyed Chazin's portrayal of the hard science and human drama of a New York Fire Department investigation, and felt invested in the impact on the lead y the protagonist, Fire Marshall Georgia Skeehan

Suzanne Chazin's "The Fourth Angel" is a true page-turner, a book with clever plot twists involving engagingly drawn characters against an intriguing background. I enjoyed Chazin's portrayal of the hard science and human drama of a New York Fire Department investigation, and felt invested in the impact on the lead y the protagonist, Fire Marshall Georgia Skeehan

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Suzanne Chazin's "The Fourth Angel" is a true page-turner, a book with clever plot twists involving . I enjoyed Chazin's portrayal of the hard science and human drama of a New York Fire Department investigation, and felt invested in the impact on the lead y the protagonist, Fire Marshall Georgia Skeehan. The Fourth Angel - VG Susanne Chazin fire marshal and single mom Georgia Skeehan is shanghaied onto the fire commissioner's special task force to investigate a string of suspicious, superhot fires so destructive they can melt steel and fuse concrete into glass.

Suzanne Chazin will do for firefighting what Patricia Cornwell did for forensic science. As Georgia battles for respect in the nearly all-male bastion of the FDNY, the Fourth Angel tightens his grip on his real quarry-and plots an even more catastrophic and fiery finale. A white-hot debut from a tremendous new talent. Lee Child, New York Times–bestselling author) When an inferno in Manhattan claims fifty lives, Georgia Skeehan, a rookie marshal with the New York City Fire Department, is thrust into command of the investigation. Chazin dazzles with her knowledge of pyrotechnics and comes up with plot twists aplenty. People A red hot debut.

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WOW, Fantastic, Acurate, Thrilling, Incredible. This book has got to be one on the best I have ever read. I am an avid reader of Patrica Cornwell, Steven King, and Jeffrey Archer and Suzanne has hit the spot with this one. I have spent 25 years as a firefighter and 11 of those as Fire Chief, this book describes the heart and sole of the firefighters and the officers.

Will do for firefighting what Patricia Cornwell did for forensic science

Will do for firefighting what Patricia Cornwell did for forensic science. A body is found in a reservoir fifty miles north of New York City. The victim is young, female and Hispanic.

Suzanne Chazin's harrowing thriller follows rookie fire marshal Georgia Skeehan's efforts to solve a series of baffling high temperature fires that look to her like the work of a serial arsonist. The blazes have already incinerated more than 60 victims and threaten to claim the careers of many of Georgia's colleagues. Not only is she a woman in a milieu that's still determinedly masculine, but she's also too dedicated to the department's mission to comply with the code of silence that's concealed the fact that these seemingly unrelated fires are not only connected but may have been started by someone inside the NYFD.

Suzanne Chazin is the author of two mystery series. ter turned fire investigator. USA Today called the series, searing and emotionally explosive. It dazzles, raved People Magazine.

Georgia Skeehan, a rookie fire marshal with the New York City Fire Department, finds herself heading up the investigation into a deadly SoHo fire that claimed fifty lives and uncovers links to three other unsolved fires and to a series of bizarre letters from a psychopathic arsonist calling himself the "Fourth Angel." A first novel. 22,500 first printing.
Mr_Mole
The Fourth Angel is one of the best books I've read in some time. This story had me collared with strong characters, sharp dialogue and well drawn scenes.
The main character Georgina Skeehan, a New York City Fire Department investigator, finds herself stymied at every turn with testosterone filled men unwilling to give her a go. She battles on to investigate fires that burn with such intensity that the whole building is burnt to the ground in about 20 minutes. She doesn't know who she can trust and as the body count builds, some people seem to want to help her but they too have their own agenda. Are the fires the work of a serial arsonist? None of her colleagues seem to think so. Some great forensic detail and twists ensure the story will have you reading into the night.
Review by O. N. Stefan - The Deadly Caress.
Dead Samurai
This book has an extremely complicated plot. Sometimes that can make a story hard to follow; not so with this book. This author is a master at pulling all the pieces together to solve a mystery. The identity of the serial arsonist is only one of the twists. There is a lot going on within the NYC fire command and it's various factions-- and not all of it good, legal or ethical! Fixing the root of the problems might just derail the rotten parts at the expense of all the good that far outweighs it. So, sometimes corruption gets a pass; sometimes stuff falls through the cracks and stays there, even after its been noticed. The NYCFD may just be "too big to fail". The main character, a female arson investigator may be naive, but she gets an education in the way things work, right along with the reader. There is a huge cast of characters in this book and all of them are interesting. This author is clearly a real pro who knows how to tell a story and keep the reader interested and guessing. Don't miss this one.
Shaktizragore
Suzanne Chazin's "The Fourth Angel" is a true page-turner, a book with clever plot twists involving engagingly drawn characters against an intriguing background. I enjoyed Chazin's portrayal of the hard science and human drama of a New York Fire Department investigation, and felt invested in the impact on the lead characters--especially the protagonist, Fire Marshall Georgia Skeehan. Plus you've got to love a writer that comes up with descriptions like "The words ebbed and flowed, like shoreline chatter to a swimmer" and "Plaster walls as cracked and gouged as a child's scabby knees."
riki
I do not normally by hardback books by first time authors. But I have to say I am so glad I took the chance because The Fourth Angel is a stunning debut novel by Suzanne Chazin. It is loaded with chilling scenes and plot twisters that keep you guessing who is behind some of the worst fires to ever hit New York City.
Georgia Skehan is a rookie fire marshal. She is struggling to carve out her niche in a male orient field. Added to her struggle is old baggage following her around on whether she was responsible for the death of a fellow firefighter. Georgia is called to the scene of a deliberate fire that was so intense and severe that no one survived or even had a chance of making it out alive. An old friend in the department tips her off that this fire wasn't the first of its kind in recent months. In fact, there having been letters sent by someone calling himself the Fourth Angel sprouting Bible verses from Revelations justifying his actions. Protecting her friend's identity, she tries to tell the chief fire marshal her theories. However, the "good old boys' club" isn't interested in what a woman thinks and tries to ridicule her to the point she will drop the matter. But thanks to the top man, the fire commissioner, overhearing the conversation Georgia is assigned to the investigating team headed by Mac Marenko. Marenko tries to dissuade Georgia by assigning her the dirty jobs. Georgia still manages to uncover some impressive leads and soon Marenko begins to believe Georgia just might be on to something.
This book opens with one of the most frightening scenes I've ever read. You know what is coming, yet you keeping hoping you're wrong. There is no way you can read this book without developing a liking for the characters. Each in their own way, whether right or wrong, is trying to do what they think is for the good of the department. In Georgia, we get a strong single mom who comes from a family of firefighters. She is trying to do the job she loves while fighting discrimination from men who think women have no place fighting fires. Mac Marenko starts out as a complete jerk until we see the human side of him develop. There is sexual tension between the two that makes you hope both characters will be around in the next book. The villain, what can I say about the villain? He is pure evil and I hope I don't have nightmares about him tonight.
Ms. Chazin's next novel featuring Georgia Skehan is supposed to be out in 2002. Man, I hate having to wait that long after discovering this author. I am definitely hooked!
Quynaus
Just when I thought I had it figured out, this author throws a curve ball and again I'd be left gripping my seat til the next set of clues led me to a new conclusion......that one wasn't it either by the way. I read this book in 1 day because I just simply didn't want to put it down. Very well written with great characters
Kison
I have been enjoying Suzanne Chazin’s other series for a few years so I recently started this series about Georgia Sheehan, fire marshal. Chazin is a good storyteller and I have learned a lot about what fire marshals actually do. On to book 3!
Delalbine
This will get you hooked on the series. I thoroughly enjoyed this first in the Georgia Skeehan stories. The characters are interesting, many likeable and I also feel like I acquired some knowledge about fire fighting. I'm happy that I began with the first book in order to appreciate the good character development. Definitely worth the time to read.
This is an excellent book about fire fighting. Georgia is fairly new fire fighter assigned to the fire marshal branch to investigate HTA fires. She must endure a lot and is faced with prejudice. She ultimately proves her worth.
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