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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

fabulous taut paranormal thriller

After eighteen years away including six in prison on arson and insurance fraud, restaurateur Nick Bastillo comes home to Bellerose, Louisiana. He obtains a job at a dive of a bar the Blue Gaiter and reflects how far he has fallen from his New Orleans restaurant. His f...
After eighteen years away including six in prison on arson and insurance fraud, restaurateur Nick Bastillo comes home to Bellerose, Louisiana. He obtains a job at a dive of a bar the Blue Gaiter and reflects how far he has fallen from his New Orleans restaurant. His father is cold towards him believing Nick set the fire. Nick knows his former partner Race Robertson performed the fiery deed and set him up for the fall. Making matters worse is his young son drowned while he was behind bars.--- Nat Jennings returns to Bellerose to an unwelcome homecoming too. Most locals believe she killed her spouse and child before attempting suicide. She was in a coma for two years. She has psychic skills and knows that a bad man killed her family and Nick¿s child, but if she says anything people will conclude that she knows because she did the deed as they insisted she eliminated her own family.--- DEPTH PERCEPTION is a fabulous taut paranormal thriller that grips readers once Nick and Nat meet. The story line is action-packed and filled with atmosphere that has the audience gasping as the tension mounts with a murderer ready to strike again and only Nat in the way. Though a romantic subplot between the two beleaguered stars occurs, that feels more like a bone tossed to the romance reader as the suspense is what makes Linda Castillo¿s exciting tale a terrific read.--- Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on December 9, 2008

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Most Helpful Critical Review

2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

Needs better editing

Although this book had a great story line it was very poorly edited. Spell check is not enough! It seemed as if every other page had errors such as bad for had and we for he.

posted by 6064434 on November 26, 2012

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    fabulous taut paranormal thriller

    After eighteen years away including six in prison on arson and insurance fraud, restaurateur Nick Bastillo comes home to Bellerose, Louisiana. He obtains a job at a dive of a bar the Blue Gaiter and reflects how far he has fallen from his New Orleans restaurant. His father is cold towards him believing Nick set the fire. Nick knows his former partner Race Robertson performed the fiery deed and set him up for the fall. Making matters worse is his young son drowned while he was behind bars.--- Nat Jennings returns to Bellerose to an unwelcome homecoming too. Most locals believe she killed her spouse and child before attempting suicide. She was in a coma for two years. She has psychic skills and knows that a bad man killed her family and Nick¿s child, but if she says anything people will conclude that she knows because she did the deed as they insisted she eliminated her own family.--- DEPTH PERCEPTION is a fabulous taut paranormal thriller that grips readers once Nick and Nat meet. The story line is action-packed and filled with atmosphere that has the audience gasping as the tension mounts with a murderer ready to strike again and only Nat in the way. Though a romantic subplot between the two beleaguered stars occurs, that feels more like a bone tossed to the romance reader as the suspense is what makes Linda Castillo¿s exciting tale a terrific read.--- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 13, 2013

    Absolutely thrilling tale of paranormal suspense!

    Once I started reading it, I couldn't put it down! Very suspenseful, very scarey! Great book! As a personal note to Nook...this was a great book, it's a shame you couldn't have provided a better copy,though. Alot of type-errors and incorrect spelling. If I were the author, I would be very upset.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 8, 2012

    Great book!

    I could not put this down, i read late into the night. I had to know what was going to happen next!

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