Made to Be Broken

Made to Be Broken

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Nadia Stafford isn't your typical nature lodge owner. An ex-cop with a legal code all her own, she's known only as "Dee" to her current employers: a New York crime family who pays her handsomely to bump off traitors. But when Nadia discovers that a troubled teenage employee and her baby have vanished in the Canadian woods, the memory of a past loss comes back with a vengeance, and her old instincts go into overdrive.

With her enigmatic mentor, Jack, covering her back, Nadia unearths sinister clues that point to an increasingly darker and deadlier mystery. Now, with her obsession over the case deepening, the only way Nadia can right the wrongs of the present is to face her own painful ghosts -- and either bury them for good, or die trying. Because in her book, everyone deserves a chance. And everyone deserves justice.

Book 2 in the Nadia Stafford series.
Publisher: [Toronto] : Seal Books, 2009.
ISBN: 9780307361165
Characteristics: 398 p. ;,18 cm.


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Apr 22, 2014

I LOVE Kelley Armstrong and have read everything else by her but for some reason I just couldn't get into this one. Found myself putting in down for long periods before picking it back up. Was only a few chapters in when it came time to return it and I wasn't to heartbroken about it. Maybe someday I'll try again but for now this book was a miss for me.

Sam_tt Jul 22, 2010

Nadia Stafford is a ex-police woman, who is now a contract killer. She runs a nature lodge in Canada. This is a great series. Nadia is someone you shouldn’t like, she kills for a living but she’s still a good person, a character that you will like and want more of.

Dec 07, 2009

Second in the series. Don't need to read the first one but it would explain a lot.

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