Cold Case: A Jeff Resnick Mysteries Companion Story (A Jeff Resnick Mystery Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Paula had made posters, flyers and every kind of thing she could think of to help find her son, but so far with no luck. However, as Jeff went around the apartment and talked to the mother he had very strong feelings and images that led him to another place near the boy's home and another person who might have information.
This is a well-written short story, and has enough characters in it who are both skeptical about psychics and who believe in their abilities that both sides are equally considered. For Jeff, the person with these abilities, it isn't the easiest gift to bear. I liked the story and would certainly read more by this author.
"Cold Case" deals with the untimely death of a young child. I usually never read stories about a child being harmed but this author was able to avoid the usual pitfalls of a story like this and use it instead to delve into the deepest paranormal experiences of Jeff Resnick.
Jeff, in this story, knows from the get go that the little boy will not be coming home. Rather than dwell on the heart break of a Mother's loss, Jeff follows his paranoraml instincts and wanders where his spirit leads him. The author brings us into the intensity of Jeff's "gift' by helping us to understand that he not only empathizes with the Mother...he absorbs her feelings. I believe this is what may also bring on his migraine headaches resulting in Jeff's becoming ill in the neighbor's apt.
I don't want to give away too much of this story and ruin the pleasure of anyone planning on reading this story so...let me just say that you will not be disappointed by this journey into Jeff's paranormal abilities. Each book in this series and each short story is a journey that I am experiencing with Jeff. All I can say is "thank-you" to this creative author and please keep writing.
I Highly recommend this short story to all readers.
(I read this on my Kindle and purchased this short story from amazon)
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I normally don't bother with short stories but I so enjoyed Murder on the Mind that I just went for it!
Very neat short story. Just enough to keep my interest peaked for Jeff. You just have to love this guy. He's about as "real" a fictional character as you can get. No matter what he has to face or how he handles it you find yourself in his corner 100%. Sort of like the middle child type thing. haha. I find myself wanting to put my arms across his shoulders and say "keep plugging away Jeffy, you can do it". Read this for sure, you won't be disappointed.