"A real thriller!"
You've heard of psychics that are employed to solve crimes.
Some even can enter the mind of a criminal and predict his
moves. What if the criminal had the same ability? What if
he could predict the moves of his pursuer and dodge each
one? Who would prevail.
Liz Ramsey, being the only police detective in town, is
used to being awakened in the middle of the night to
investigate crime scenes. This particular murder is most
disturbing. The victim is young, perhaps nineteen. Though
she suspects that the girl may have been prostituting
herself there is no clear motive or suspect for the
On the scene Liz's second sense kicks in bring her into eye
contact with the local celebrity, the reclusive Greg
Conyers. She is instantly intrigued by him, subconsciously
she recognizes that he is important, but how?
The case is frustrating as each lead becomes a dead end.
She's become involved with the prime witness. Greg Conyers
has lived quietly in a secluded mansion with his dying
mother, but the property abuts the murder scene. Liz had
been compelled to question him. Greg is quiet, lonely, and
very gifted as an artist, something about him touches Liz's
heart strings, the feeling is mutual. He is secretive too,
and that worries Liz, particularly when several witness put
him at the scene of the crime.
When Greg becomes the chief suspect and begins to act
strangely as well, Liz has to decide whether to trust her
instincts and her heart or the evidence that points to her
This was a real thriller. Though the reader will no doubt
discover the perpetrator before the detective, the case is
exciting, the emotions high. We are helpless to do
anything but watch as Greg is torn between the people that
he loves and his responsibility to do what is right. It is
not an easy road, but the ending is very satisfying.
Reviewed by Leslie Tramposch
Posted November 6, 2006