~ Linda S. Prather
Publisher ~ Linda S. Prather
Published ~ 23 January 2012
My Rating ~ 4 out of 5
Catherine Mans is a psychic making a living as a consultant working with the police when needed and doing insurance jobs, mostly arson cases. The jobs pay the bills and the salary of her assistant/best friend Rosetta Tosallina and she lives a comfortable if lonely life. Until another psychic sets her up as a serial killer, taunts her psychically to ‘Find
and proceeds to destroy everything she loves. Catherine has to find the killer
before the killer finishes the job, but in tracking the killer she finds out
things about her past she doesn’t remember. Strap yourself in, it’s going to be
a high-speed chase.
A most excellent mystery! I was on the edge of my seat, metaphorically speaking since I was actually kicked back in my office chair with my feet propped up on my desk. The twisty turny plot progressed smoothly and quickly with no dilly dallying around. The characters were interesting and well-developed. I didn’t want to put it down and my peek factor was very high. However, like humans have told the Borg since they met, ‘Resistance is NOT futile!’ and I managed (just barely) to avoid peeking at the end to see who the killer was.
I love the fact the story concluded, but an opening was left for more to come. Bring it on! I’m ready!
*Red Adept provided a copy of this book for me to review. Please see disclaimer page.