"A great book in her psychic suspense series"
There is nothing more frightening on the face of this earth
than encountering the personification of evil when it wears
a human visage. The women of Seattle are very fearful
because some psychopathic madman is abducting women, raping
and torturing them and cutting out their eyes. There are at
least four victims, two dead, one alive but without sight,
and the last person underwent pioneering eye surgery where
she was given the eyes of a dead person.
Maggie Barnes, the police sketch artist, has an uncanny way
of getting victims to relive the crimes that destroyed them
so she can draw a picture of the perpetrator. John Garrett
is using all the resources at his command, some of them
unique, to help Maggie and the police find the culprit.
Neither Maggie nor John pays attention to the danger that
surrounds them as they come even closer to unmasking the
killer. If they come out of this investigation alive, a
glorious future awaits the two of them together.
Readers who liked Kay Hooper's psychic suspense Shadow
series will love this work which features characters from
that trilogy in cameo appearances. The romance plays a
secondary role to the suspenseful story line but there is
plenty of appeal to readers who like romance, paranormal
suspense in one great package. TOUCHING EVIL is an
enthralling work written by a natural storyteller.
© Harriet Klausner
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted July 7, 2001