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on September 22, 2013
The first third of this yarn showed real promise for an interesting read, but then it became asinine when the extraneous psychic was written into the plot.
There were entire paragraphs with detailed descriptions of her visions and I started skipping those entire chapters and skim reading the rest to get to the end.
Pity really, the author does have a flair with words but seems to have not been sure how to progress the tale, or has become distracted and went off on a tangent with the psychic angle.
Unfortunately the rationale for the multiple murders stretches credibility and the author seems to realize this and quickly wraps it up with a sudden ending.
This book deserves more than ** based on the writing, but the silly plot destroys the potential.