- File Size: 2664 KB
- Print Length: 224 pages
- Publisher: Interacting Worlds Press; 3 edition (June 29, 2016)
- Publication Date: June 29, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01HRCG7B4
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #408,976 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Or so she thought. Homicide Detective Katie Hanson prided herself on being an advocate for the dead. She had no idea dying would take that to a completely new level. When she returns home from the hospital after a near-death experience, she realizes the door to the spirit world remained open... wide open. Now she hears voices, sees things that are not there. These aren't any voices. The murder victims of her Department's cold cases are haunting her. As Katie navigates the waters of being a medium she discovers her skills go beyond channeling murder victim Sarah Alexander's account of her horrific murder and the murder of her two children, much more. Katie finds that she is also able to see through dimensions into a parallel world. Katie receives unexpected help on her current case from her doppelgänger P-Kate. With the aid of P-Kate, she learns to stream Sarah's consciousness, her memories, her very soul.
Katie thinks channeling Sarah will close out her cold case in record time. She is dead wrong. Things are not what they seem. In fact, it made matters worse. Now she has two suspects. Nothing about the investigation is clear-cut. It turns out that a dead person's memory of the events can be as flawed as the living. The testimony does not match the evidence. She wants to believe deceased, but the evidence doesn't support the account. Will Sarah help Katie bring the killer to justice, or will they drag in an innocent man?
The novel is like 'Ghost Whisperer' meets 'Dead Files' meets 'Fringe.'
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Now for a little moan : It seems that we independent authors are not very ready to proof-read, proof-read well, and it is my cherished opinion that we should attempt to erase as many typos as possible. The book was spoilt by pointless typos and my ebook had at the top of each and every page : “Walk-In Investigation : A Paranormal Detective Mystery” whereas the title on the title-page is “Walk-In Investigations : A Paranormal Detective Mystery”. I felt like phoning Joyce Kostakis and like a good friend chewing her ear and saying : “What’s it to be – investigation or investigations?” There may be a very good explanation for this inconsistency and I wait to hear it. As for the typos, they really should be got rid of if Joyce Kostakis decides to write a sequel or to reprint.
To reiterate as a conclusion : The spirit-world described was for me a chill thrill and I found myself thinking of that great sage Buddha, the interlinking of lives and deaths, and indeed the great divide which became no-divide in the novel. Frightening visions of a world where good and evil have their big say, where the past, the present and the future are to be taken very seriously, and where our actions really are there to haunt us and to be accounted for dominate “Walk-In Investigations” and make the reader reluctant to belittle the spirit-world!
Walk-In Investigations is a paranormal mystery. The story revolves around Detective Katie Hanson who has always been an advocate for the dead. She has to be after losing her mother and her twin.
Every year on the anniversary of their death she tries to kill herself. This year though was different. She did not want to die she wanted to live. But she does die at least for several minutes and when she returns the door to the spirit world remains open.
Surviving her suicide attempt, Detective Katie finds that the murder victims of her police department's cold cases are haunting her for answers.
The author's description of the attempted suicide was so real I actually found myself holding my breath.
This is an excellent written psychic novel. Highly recommend.