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Sin (Sinclair O'Malley Series)

4.06137 votes • 27 reviews
Published 12 May 2004
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Format Paperback
Publisher Suspense Publishing
ISBN 0615992900

Recruited by the FBI straight out of Quantico for her intelligence and attitude.
Released by the bureau for the same reasons.
Now, they need her back!
Six girls have washed up along the Florida Keys and four agents are dead. The bureau’s only chance is a rogue agent who flies by her own wings.
It is said, “Fight fire with fire.” The bureau knows, “Fight sin with SIN.”
Her name says it all: Tempting―Dangerous―Deadly.

"Sin (Sinclair O'Malley Series)" Reviews

- Harker Heights, TX
Thu, 21 Jul 2016

I finally figured out why there are so many "thriller" type of books I cannot stand to finish. It's the lack of interest in the characters portrayed by the writer. This was so not the case with this book. The main character, Sin, is a kick-ass, self starting, one-woman fix it team with attitude to go around the world! The plot was based on what is actually happening in our world today - sex slavery. Throw in torture, murder, betrayal - what' not to love?

- The United Kingdom
Sat, 26 Jul 2014

This book came to me highly recommended, a number of people who I know to have similar reading taste had been praising the book. When it was announced as this month’s book club read, I thought it was the perfect time to pick it up and give it a shot. I am writing this review after spending the night reading Sin, and I do mean all night. Once I started, I had to finish. I fell in love with the characters, Sin especially, is so much fun. It’s always refreshing to read a book with a lead female character that can take care of herself and Sin definitely falls into that category. She is smart, sassy, beautiful and can kick ass, what’s not to love? Several other characters stand out, both good & bad guys, which I think is a testament to LeDuc’s writing skill, he weaves such a horrific crime into the story, that you cannot help but get drawn in and hope that the ’bad guys’ get what is coming to them. If you haven’t read this book yet, I highly recommend you move it to the top of your to-read pile. I am already anxiously awaiting the next release, I hear 2015...but when? I don’t know if I can wait that long.

- San Francisco, CA
Sun, 05 Feb 2017

This was a pretty short and entertaining read. It is very enjoyable, as long as you know what to expect. It is more or less the author's fantasy of a badass agent who goes to great extents to defend justice by all means and bend the rules to achieve her goal. It's like watching XXX or the Expendables. You don't go for the unique plot, developed characters, or acting. You go for the fun and the explosions. Same thing with this book. Just suspend your incredulity and enjoy the ride.

- Van Nuys, CA
Tue, 28 Jul 2015

“Sin” by J.M. LeDuc
I’ve read LeDuc’s previous work and was completely entertained by them. But now, with this new series he’s started, The Sinclair O’Malley series, it’s more than entertaining. It’s thrilling, it’s quickly-turn-the-page heart racing, and it’s a series that I will definitely continue to read.
FBI Agent Sinclair O’Malley—known as Sin—is someone you don’t want to mess around with. Seemingly made of stone, she really has the heart of gold, but is steadfast and brazen during her missions. She trusts few people and even those people become suspicious in "Sin."
Her father is dying and this is the time for Sin to mend fences with him. To do this, she needs to go back home and while she’s there, her superiors tell her, she can go under the radar and investigate the mass of young girls’ dead bodies that have been found in the Keys. And of course, why two FBI agents were murdered there.
Sure, she can go under the pretense of visiting her sick father. Sure, she can find out why these young girls are being found murdered. Sure, she can find out what happened to two FBI agents. Sure, she can go in alone against ruthless killers and sick and twisted individuals without any back up. Sure; why not?
And when she does, she finds there’s more to the story than just dead girls and FBI Agents. Connecting with Charlie, an old friend and previous mentor, Sin sets her sights on Prophet Heap, the new ‘god-loving’ man in town. The very one who has the entire town under his thumb and the one who ran Sin’s father out of his own church and took it over.
While balancing a reunion with her father, whom she hasn’t seen in seven years, a friendship and eventual romance with long-ago nemesis Troy, she goes into one dangerous situation after another trying to bring down a slave trade and save more young girls from dying.
What Sin and others go through is harrowing, at best, and can be fatal for Sin and others who try to help her. This is a thriller you don’t want to miss. LeDuc has shown he’s on top of his game with some of his best writing. I won’t be missing the rest of this new series!
Reviewed by Starr Gardinier, author of “The Other Side: Melinda’s Story”

Donna Hromada
- The United States
Tue, 22 Sep 2015

Love this character!
This author and this story remind me of H. Terrell Griffin. I absolutely love the character J. M. LeDuc has created in Sin. It's fun to see a woman have such a great "part" that is typically reserved for men. Terrible crimes are committed but this book is exciting and was a page turner until the very last page!

- Marina, CA
Thu, 04 Sep 2014

'Sin' is my first book by J.M. LeDuc, and it won't be my last !
Action, intrigue, and an incredible woman of substance on a mission to find out what happened to her previous boss in the FBI.
A take no s**t, "I'm going to find out the truth", full of finesse and oh so smooth type of woman that I'd personally like to have "watch my back" in difficult and life-threatening situations.
She filled the pages of my Kindle and kept me hooked . . intensely reading until the last page.
Do you enjoy action, fast paced and thrilling books? Then I'm sure you'll be very pleased with "Sin".

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