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Second Sight (Sherry Moore Series #4)

Second Sight (Sherry Moore Series #4)

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by George D. Shuman

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Stunningly beautiful blind psychic Sherry Moore has the extraordinary gift for seeing the last eighteen seconds of a deceased person’s memory, which has helped solve numerous crimes and save countless lives. Her life has been anything but normal, but because of her relationship with Brian Metcalf, the Navy SEAL she met during a dramatic rescue on Mount

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Second Sight (Sherry Moore Series #4) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
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mandersj More than 1 year ago
The third installment of the surprisingly readable series about blind psychic Sherry Moore doesn't disappoint. I'm not sure why I buy into the fact that Moore, who has been blind since an accident she can't remember at the age of five, has the unique ability to touch a dead person's hand and envision the last 18 seconds of their life. But I do, and invariably it's quite exciting. "Second Sight" begins with Sherry having been in a serious relationship with military man Brian Metcalf for about six months now. He has just taken her to meet his family right before he had to ship out on his most recent top-secret mission. Now, Sherry is back at home with her best friend/neighbor retired admiral Garland Brigham, and she's getting used to life without Brian for a while. While working an investigation, Sherry holds the hand of a man who spent the last 50 years of his life in a psychiatric hospital. She doesn't understand what she sees, but eventually she realizes that the man was undergoing some sort of government testing before lapsing into a 50-year coma. And what's more, this strange vision of hers seems to have come with a bonus: she can suddenly see for the first time in over 30 years. As she regains her vision, she thinks more deeply about the man whose hand she held that led her to regaining sight. Thomas Monahan, the dead psychiatric patient, was leading her to further investigate why her vision returned, as well as what experiments the government was performing on him. Garland Brigham was more than happy to stand in as Sherry's bodyguard/co-investigator while helping her navigate a whole new world she's never actually seen before. Including a handsome man Sherry seems to keep running into. Sherry, this new mystery man, Brigham, and her visions all tie together with danger and death all around. Quite an interesting read, with many questions answered in the end, including what comes of her relationship with Brian, does she get to keep her sight at the expense of her psychic power, and will she even live to "see" another day.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In 1950, Thomas J. Monahan was just a kid when he was drafted to go to Korea; the horrors he saw there made him believe he would never get out of there alive. During a battle, a government man offered him a deal. If he comes to America for some experiments for six months he will be honorably discharged from the army. He accepted and was sent to an underground facility in New York's pristine Catskill Mountains. Blind psychic Sherry Moore has no memories before she turned five. When she touches a cadaver, she "sees" the last memories of the deceased. After being exposed to radioactive material, she touches the corpse of Thomas J. Monahan, but something different happens this time. Sherry can actually see and being grateful she wants to find his family to thank them for what their son did in death. Her actions bring her to the attention of the people who created Area 17 where Thomas and other soldiers was located underground. They need to silence Sherry without being seen. The return of strong willed courageous blind psychic Sherry Moore (see LOST GIRLS and LAST BREATH) is a terrific thriller as the heroine is suffering yet healing from radioactive poisoning. She and readers begin to learn what happened in Area 17 as she knows they are coming for her. SECOND SIGHT is a fascinating read with its Korean Police Action connection as George Shuman provides perhaps his best tale to date with fans wanting more Moore. Harriet Klausner