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Mind’s Eye

Mind’s Eye

You look at a picture or several pictures that your friend hands you and they come alive. The events that preceded the photos being taken or while they were taken become realistic and you are able to recount them as if you were there at the time they were happening.

A young girl’s arm is found and that’s the only thing that the killer left to help identify her but where is the rest of the body? Another young girl killed and the arms on this girl look identical to the severed arm but could it be the same person? Katy is walking and she bumps into someone that calls himself Will, she’s the next victim of this sick killer who dismembers her and leaves the body parts in a suitcase found by someone that might never be the same again.

How does this bring us to the one person that sees the events as the pictures move in many directions and she sees what the camera photographed in her Mind’s Eye?

Creating doubt fear and anguish within his own mind Paul Hammond is determined to solve murder and find out who the missing body parts belong too. Thinking it through he reflects on the differences and similarities of the severed arm and that of the dead girl. Next the torso in the suitcase. Pieces found and Maura the ME alluding to Frankenstein’s It and the monster created as Nicole relives the incidents along with the victims as Paul asks her to look at many photos but her reaction might set her back and the pain she feels was it what the victims felt?

Carl Kadner is a reporter and not really that experienced but wants to investigate the murders and with someone’s guidance he begins even using an old Underwood to type his story and dealing with an editor who has no faith in his words but he won’t give up. Even coming head to head with the ME and then getting to interview people in the building where the girl was kidnapped yields a witness he never expected but he share it with the police?

Someone convinced Nicole that it was Paul’s birthday and a simple flick of knife to correct an imperfection sparks a reality that will give you chills as the author lets us inside the killer’s house, the basement and what he has hidden and what he serves up. In his rec room horrors are within your line of sight as Paul’s team puts a name to the person who’s arm was cut off. Nicole faces the demons seen in the photos as Paul now has a lead to the killer’s appearance and a young innocent girl is falling prey to this deadly killer. You won’t believe his objective.

A parlor trick or a parlor game which is what others thought Nicole Baker was doing turns into something more critical and her unique ability to see images move stirs up within her the fear and horrors that the victims endured. Can photos really move? She and Detective Paul Hammond become a team and even more as he uses her and her abilities to help solve the case.

Carl is persistent and even tries to get information from the police and other members of the team, but when he lands inside the apartment building of the girl that was kidnapped he leaves himself wide opened for another fall but what he learns will stun him. Just how far will he go to solve the murders and what will he work with the police?

Carl sums it up in words there are sinus between the deceased body parts and the victims are around the same age and if placed side by side it would be difficult to identify one victim’s body part from another. He even in his story confirmed that a source in the police department confirmed the physical characteristics are so similar that one could mistake them as being the same victim. They even have a description of him but his publisher won’t stand up to the owners and Carl won’t back down.

A trip to Starbucks and the killer fakes being sick and has his next victim staked out but she’s quick strong and fights him off but how will he explain his injuries and what about the victim as Hammond and his team arrive at the hospital but why doesn’t the doctor realize anything strange about this man? Yet a young girl named Katy seems caught up with this killer but will he decide to dispose of her too or is there something about her that will save her life? The end result might shock readers and the premise behind this killer’s motives is scary.
Something happens and the pieces fit together as Carl pretends to work in the lab, helps a doctor not realizing the identity of the patient as things turn ugly and threats are made while the killer like Nicole sees images but his cannot be explained. Nicole fears she has something wrong with her and confides in her friend Simone while killer escapes the hospital but will they piece it together before someone else is killed?

Carl finds himself captive of thus mad man but will he get out alive as Paul and his Team find their way to a killer’s lair but what you see through the author’s eyes that have been created you won’t believe.

Lives are at stake and things get out of control as Nicole realizes whom the killer is but will she risk her life to help catch him?

A dead body spoke volumes and a delusional young girl entered the world of the killer justifying his actions. When someone close to Nicole is hurt you won’t believe what she is capable of doing. How far will Carl go to get a story? How far will the police go to stop this madman? Can someone control your though and actions and make you see things you would choose to forget. An ending so unique so explosive and terrifying that author Perry Prete leaves readers wondering the final fate of so many. Imagine a live video created from still photos and imagine being able to send those images into the brain of another so that person witnesses all that they might want to forget with this persons very own minds eye. Close your eyes and see the images come to life. What do you see? Great visualization and vivid descriptions with solid characters that should be brought back again.

 

 

 

About Just Reviews by:gabina49:

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