- File Size: 1775 KB
- Print Length: 216 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: New Moon Publishing (July 19, 2017)
- Publication Date: July 19, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0743Y4P1V
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #171,272 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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“Dream Walk” has a bit of everything that makes this series so great. These include an excellent mystery, Sam using his empathic abilities to connect with the victim, the adventure of trying to locate a dead body in the desert around Las Vegas, as well as the sexual tension between Lacey and Sam exacerbated by outside parties. The secondary characters are well developed and realistic. This story also is the most dangerous Lacey and Sam have ever been involved with. They both learn, the hard way, that drug lords are not to be trifled with. But to prove a crime has even been committed at all, they need the dead body.
I found “Dream Walk” a tension filled, emotionally charged mystery as Sam and Lacey scour the dangerous side of Vegas. While also being confronted with their relationship as partners in business and the growing sexual tension between them. Decisions need to be made. Is Sam, with his introvert personality, going to step up to the plate? How will Sam’s kids react if he decides to have a personal relationship with Lacey? Find out now in “Dream Walk.”
FYI: “Dream Walk” is the fourth book in A Lacey Fitzpatrick and Sam Firecloud Mystery series. Each of these mysteries could be read as a standalone if you choose. However, I am enjoying the relationship developing between Lacey and Sam and recommend reading from the beginning to get the full benefit of their storyline. **Originally written for "BigAl’s Books and Pals" book blog. May have received a free review copy.** July 25, 2017
Format/Typo Issues: My review is based on a beta, pre-release version. I am unable to judge the final version in this area.
Our duo’s swansong is a bit of toughie…Sam’s ex-wife’s brother makes an appearance in one of Sam’s dreams…but not in a peaceful way. He was an addict, whose end was probably inevitable, so Sam and Lacey head to his last known address to uncover the reasons for his torment.
This book is half the length of most of the books I read, but there’s no short-change here. Bowersock’s prose is neat, tidy, tight…all the right words in the right quantity for a well-rounded and extremely satisfying story.
It may well be farewell to Sam and Lacey, but it’s very definitely au revoir to Bowersock, who will undoubtedly delight with her next work, whatever it may be.
One thing I have to point out is that Amazon needs to put this series in the Cozy Mystery category also. That category is full of books like this that are suspenseful and clean and is the main search engine I use. I didn't know another book was out until I checked the 'Ghost mysteries' search. Please keep them coming Melissa.
And this was a good one to go out on. It is one of the best books of the series. The who-dunnit plotline – Lacey and Sam follow up a dream contact from a dead relative of his – is clear, tense and well thought out, with a great action climax. The sexual tension between the two main characters is beautifully crafted and completely believable. Their whole relationship rolled exactly the way it should have (complete with the odd bump and skid, of course).
Like "Skin Walk," the second of this series, the subject matter is a bit more serious – murders in the drug trade – but the more gentle and romantic tone of the series continues throughout, so while it doesn't quite fit in the Cozy Mystery genre, it has similarities.
In all, a great finale to a fun series. Highly recommended for Mystery fans, especially of the Cozy Mystery variety, all the way down to the YA age group.