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The White Iris (Harvester Series) by [Matthews, Susanne]
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Time's running out for Special Agent Trevor Clark and his FBI task force. They're no closer to uncovering the identity of the Prophet, a dangerous serial killer who has been murdering new mothers and vanishing with their infants. If Trevor can't unlock the clues, the killer's threats to unleash what the FBI suspects is biological warfare could mean death for all of them. His only recourse is to swallow his pride and reach out to his former fiancée, the CDC's renowned virologist, Dr. Julie Swift.

Two years ago, Julie ended their engagement after Trevor abandoned her when she needed him most. Now, faced with the possibility of the greatest epidemic since the Spanish flu, she has to put her faith and her safety, as well as that of countless others, into the hands of a man she doesn't trust. Can they set aside their differences to stop the Prophet, and in doing so, will they find the love they lost?

From the streets of Boston to the wilds of Alaska, this thrilling conclusion to the Harvester Series takes several turns you won't see coming!

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
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  • Print Length: 318 pages
  • Publisher: Crimson Romance (Feb. 8 2016)
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  • Language: English
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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa05983a8) out of 5 stars 6 reviews
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HASH(0xa0625e58) out of 5 stars Bone chilling suspense! Feb. 17 2016
By Reader Lady - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
My Musings

I have been a fan of Susanne Matthews for quite some time, ever since I read Echoes of the Past. When I received a request from the author asking me to read The White Iris, in exchange for an honest review I immediately agreed. I have read the first two book in the Harvester series, so of course, I had to read the final story in the series. Wow! This is a hold-on-to-your-seat thriller. I could not put this one down.

Dr. E.J. Swift is a virologist with the CDC, and Julie discovers two missing vials of two highly contagious viruses. When she brings it to the attention of her cousin and fellow worker, the vials suddenly reappear. To be on the safe​ side, the mystery is brought to the director. He informs the director of Homeland security and he places a gag order.

The mysterious serial killer, known as “The Prophet,” is on another killing spree. Special Agent Trevor Clark of the FBI is desperate to find this vicious murderer. He goes to the CDC to tell them he has evidence that suggests this deadly killer plans to unleash what he refers to as the Great Burning on the United States. His ex-fiancée, Julie, suggests the maniac may plan to use either biochemical or chemical warfare, using an agent such as sarin gas or make a deadly new virus that could potentially kill millions.

As they work together, to at last capture the evil killer, they realize their feelings for each other are still as strong as ever. Can they stop “The Prophet” in time to save millions of people from this deadly, new virus in time and rekindle the love they have for each other at the same time?

Wow, just wow! The White Iris is a nail-biting, hair-pulling read from the first page to the end. Ms. Matthews has certainly done her research. Her details regarding the virus are incredible, and the vivid description of the slaughter of innocent young women is chilling. This is not my typical kind of story, but this book may change my mind!

This is a plot-driven tale with a good deal of romance included. While I enjoyed Julie and Trevor’s love story, what was most riveting and compelling is the thriller aspect of this book. The plot is so well presented, I’m in amazement of Ms. Matthews’ talent to spin such an incredible tale!

This is a must read for anyone who enjoys a great thriller. The White Iris has it all, mystery, suspense and romance. I highly recommend this fantastic book. I’m sure you will enjoy it as much as I have. While it is not necessary to read the series in order, I do suggest you start with The White Carnation to fully appreciate Ms. Matthews’ genius. Happy reading!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa0625eac) out of 5 stars LOVE! Another 5 Star for Susanne! Feb. 9 2016
By BK Bragdon - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Julie Swift, virologist for the CDC, is a woman who hides her pain in her constant need for routines, and her analytical views on every single thing. She is smart, and she is exactly what Trevor Clark and his FBI task force needs to finally catch the Prophet. Unfortunately, the shared past between Julie and Trevor, one that left them both heartbroken with an ended engagement, might be one huge roadblock in the final path to ending the Prophet and his reign. Time is quickly running out for everyone.

The White Iris takes the reader on the final journey of the cult and the people who are desperately trying to take it down. Time is running out to stop the Prophet before he finally begins opening his "plagues" on the world to rid it of sinners. Bring together characters like Trevor and Julie, plus the majority of the gang from the previous two books, and you've got one heck of a tale.

I would say the majority of this story was suspense and thriller. The romance was touched on throughout, especially with the volatile history between Julie and Trevor, but it really picked up around 60-70 percent. I think all in all, that made for a good story that let me focus on the answers I have been demanding for throughout this whole series. Julie and Trevor were quite literally, the icing on the cake.

After talking to Mrs. Matthews about this series, I'm not entirely sure this is the final book. While the ending stayed open for certain aspects, and left me with some questions, other things ended with a final bang that gave me a great deal of closure to this series.

So either way, I will look for more and be satisfied with what I was given. Like the rest of the series, The White Irish is well-written, brilliantly crafted, and a page-turner that is worth every star it can be given. Five stars all the way.

Thank you, Susanne, for one of the best series I have had the pleasure of reading.
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HASH(0x9f8b5300) out of 5 stars I had no idea things would go so far, so fast, so good! Feb. 8 2016
By Melinda De Ross - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
When I started reading the first book in the series I was hooked from the very beginning, but I had no idea things would go so far, so fast, so good! Susanne Matthews weaves an amazing plot, with turns so unexpected I think even she didn’t predict them when she started this series. As the other two books, The White Iris is a fast-paced, action-packed story where romance and suspense go hand in hand, to lead to one hell of a finale. I was waiting anxiously to see how the series would end, but I confess I have a little sad place in my heart now that it did. I can only look forward to S. Matthews’s future enchanting stories!
HASH(0x9f8b56c0) out of 5 stars and I must say that it was my least favorite of the three Feb. 26 2016
By Amy Paul - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
This is the third book in The Harvester Series trilogy, and I must say that it was my least favorite of the three. That being said, I think the trilogy is worth reading and you need this one for closure.

First, the things I liked about the book: the story line--this was a good ending to the overarching plot that ran through the three books, the characters--we saw a bit of the familiar characters as they continued to work with Trevor and Julie, the focus of this story. I liked Trevor when we met him in the previous book, but Matthews gave him more depth and development in this novel as he took a more active role as they neared the end of their hunt for the Prophet. We also meet Julie for the first time--a scientist with the CDC who has a past with Trevor and the skills he needs to unravel and hopefully stop the Prophet's plans. I think Matthews does a good job on character development and on crafting a unique story line.

Sadly, there are also things I didn't like as much in this book. The biggest one was the relationship development between Trevor and Julie. They fight an attraction throughout the book, and they have a history to draw upon, but I felt like at the end, they dropped all their reservations and complaints without a reason. It seemed like she got to the end of the story and had to put them together so she did, but it was forced. There should have been at least one more serious conversation between the two about getting past the issues that were holding them apart. I know in some cases, the fear of death or losing someone can make previous reserves seem unimportant, but I just felt there was something missing in their final-and sudden-"never mind, let's get married" moment. I think they would (and should) have gotten there but it was missing something to make it believable. The other thing I didn't like, and this is a spoiler, <SPOILER> it was too obvious that the company's name was White Iris. Because this was the name of the book, it immediately told me that Hamilton was the bad guy. And though his actions would have led me to suspect that anyway, I wouldn't have necessarily known he was the prophet. Matthews did a good job of dropping hints about Dalton, and showing Becca's photo in the hallway for Trevor to see. I liked that he and Julie kept sensing something familiar about Becca and Dalton but not quite knowing what it was. But because of the White Iris name, I knew that Hamilton was the one they were looking for and that took some of the thrill of guessing away for me. </SPOILER>

I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9f8b57a4) out of 5 stars Dark Suspense Feb. 9 2016
By Romance Lover - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Loads of suspense and a dash of romance. So many dark twists and turns. A must read to finish off the Harvester Series!