Blood Dreams (Bishop/Special Crimes Unit Series #10)

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THIS KILLER DREAMS IN SHADES OF DEATH...

He's the kind of killer we instinctively fear the most. A killer without boundaries, without conscience, without any feat of being caught. And his latest victim is terrifying proof that no one is safe: The daughter of a powerful U.S. senator.

Now, with the national media calling for justice and a grief-stricken father seeking vengeance, Bishop and his FBI Special Crimes Unit find themselves in a unique ...

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THIS KILLER DREAMS IN SHADES OF DEATH...

He's the kind of killer we instinctively fear the most. A killer without boundaries, without conscience, without any feat of being caught. And his latest victim is terrifying proof that no one is safe: The daughter of a powerful U.S. senator.

Now, with the national media calling for justice and a grief-stricken father seeking vengeance, Bishop and his FBI Special Crimes Unit find themselves in a unique situation. This time even psychic cops aren't enough to stop evil. Aid comes in the form of a fledgling civilian organization of unorthodox crime stoppers.

Dani Justice knows all about monsters. But she never expected to find herself doggedly on the trail of a real flesh-and-blood predator so cunning, he's eluded the best law enforcement could send up against him; so deadly, he doesn't hesitate to kill even a senator's daughter. Or a cop.

Dani doesn't want to hunt this killer. But she doesn't have a choice. Because his bloody rampage has hit far too close to home. Because Dani alone commands a weapon powerful enough to destroy him.

And because Dani knows something even Bishop doesn't. Dani knows how the hunt ends. It ends in fire. And blood. And death.

What she doesn't know is who will survive.

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In the plodding first of a new psychic crime fighter trilogy from bestseller Hooper (Sleeping with Fear), Noah Bishop of the FBI's Special Crimes Unit is now supervising an all-female team of civilian contractors known as Haven. Together, they track a serial killer who has moved his maniacal atrocities from Boston to a small town outside Atlanta, where he continues to kidnap, torture and kill women. Psychic Dani Justice, who can often predict the future through her dreams, becomes obsessed with the case. The investigation of the crimes gets lost amid lots of psychic babble by members of Haven, hand-wringing by the local police, and frequent snapshots of the killer with his victims. An abrupt ending doesn't deliver on any of the trauma and drama that Justice's dreams have predicted, though presumably readers will get satisfaction on that score in the next entry in the series. (Jan.)

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" A good read for fans of other serial-killer books and the TV show, Criminal Minds."—Booklist

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  • ISBN-13: 9781423333012
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio
  • Publication date: 12/31/2007
  • Series: Bishop/Special Crimes Unit Series , #10
  • Format: CD
  • Edition description: Abridged, 4 Cds, 5 hrs.
  • Product dimensions: 5.10 (w) x 7.10 (h) x 1.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Kay Hooper
KAY HOOPER is the award-winning author of Sleeping with Fear, Stealing Shadows, and more than ten other novels of suspense and intrigue along with dozens of other books. She lives in North Carolina.
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Blood Dreams


By Kay Hooper

Bantam

Copyright © 2007 Kay Hooper
All right reserved.

ISBN: 9780553804843

Prologue


I brought to life, Dani thought. The vision.

The smell of blood turned her stomach, the thick, acrid smoke burned her eyes, and what had been for so long a wispy, dreamlike memory was now jarring, throat-clogging reality. For just an instant she was paralyzed. It was all coming true.

Despite everything she had done, everything she had tried to do, despite all the warnings, once again it was all–

“Dani?” Hollis appeared at her side, seemingly out of the smoke, gun drawn, blue eyes sharp even squinted against the stench. “Where is it?”

“I–I can’t. I mean, I don’t think I can–”

“Dani, you’re all we’ve got. You’re all they’ve got. Do you understand that?”

Reaching desperately for strength she wasn’t at all sure she had, Dani said, “If somebody had just listened to me when it mattered–”

“Stop looking back. There’s no sense in it. Now is all that counts. Which way, Dani?”

Impossible as it was, Dani had to force herself to concentrate on the stench of blood she knew neither of the others could smell. A blood trail that was all they had to guide them. She nearly gagged, then pointed. “That way.Toward the back. But . . .”

“But what?”

“Down. Lower. There’s a basement level.” Stairs. She remembered stairs. Going down them. Down into hell.

“It isn’t on the blueprints.”

“I know.”

“Bad place to get trapped in a burning building,” Hollis noted. “The roof could fall in on us. Easily.”

Bishop appeared out of the smoke as suddenly as Hollis had, weapon in hand, his face stone, eyes haunted. “We have to hurry.”

“Yeah,” Hollis replied, “we get that. Burning building. Maniacal killer. Good seriously outnumbered by evil. Bad situation.” Her words and tone were flippant, but her gaze on his face was anything but, intent and measuring.

“You forgot potential victim in maniacal killer’s hands,” her boss said, not even trying to match her tone.

“Never. Dani, did you see the basement, or are you feeling it?”

“Stairs. I saw them.” The weight on her shoulders felt like the world, so maybe that was what was pressing her down. Or . . . “And what I feel now ...He’s lower. He’s underneath us.”

“Then we look for stairs.”

Dani coughed. She was trying to think, trying to remember. But dreams recalled were such dim, insubstantial things, even vision dreams sometimes, and there was no way for her to be sure she was remembering clearly. She was overwhelmingly conscious of precious time passing and looked at her wrist, at the bulky digital watch that told her it was 2:47 p.m. on Tuesday, October 28.

Odd. She never wore a watch. Why was she wearing one now? And why a watch that looked so . . . alien on her thin wrist?

“Dani?”

She shook off the momentary confusion. “The stairs. Not where you’d expect them to be,” she managed finally, coughing again. “They’re in a closet or something like that. A small office. Room. Not a hallway. Hallways–” A flash of endless, featureless hallways, brightly lit . . .

“What?”

The image in her mind vanished as quickly as it had come, and Dani dismissed it as unimportant because an absolute certainty had replaced it. “Shit. The basement is divided. By a solid wall. Two big rooms. And accessed from this main level by two different stairways, one at each side of the building, in the back.”

“What kind of crazy-ass design is that?” Hollis demanded.

“If we get out of this alive, you can ask the architect.” The smell of blood was almost overpowering, and Dani’s head was beginning to hurt. Badly. Hallways. No, not hallways, two separate spaces, distinct sides . . . She had never before pushed herself for so long without a break, especially with this level of intensity.

It was Bishop who said, “You don’t know which side they’re in.”

“No. I’m sorry.” She felt as if she’d been apologizing to this man since she met him. Hell, she had been.

Hollis was scowling. To Bishop, she said, “Great. That’s just great. You’re psychically blind, the storm has all my senses scrambled, and we’re in a huge burning building without a freakin’ map.”

“Which is why Dani is here.” Those pale sentry eyes were fixed on her face.
Dani felt wholly inadequate. “I–I don’t– All I know is that he’s down there somewhere.”

“And Miranda?”

The name caused her a queer little shock, and for no more than a heartbeat, Dani had the dizzy sense of something out of place, out of sync somehow. But she had an answer for him. Of sorts. “She isn’t–dead. Yet. She’s bait, you know that. She was always bait, to lure you.”

“And you,” Bishop said.

Dani didn’t want to think about that. Couldn’t, for some reason she was unable to explain, think about that. “We have to go, now. He won’t wait, not this time.” And he’s not the only one.

The conversation had taken only brief minutes, but even so the smoke was thicker, the crackling roar of the fire louder, and the heat growing ever more intense.

Bitterly, Hollis said, “We’re on his timetable, just like before, like always, carried along without the chance to stop and think.”

Bishop turned and started toward the rear of the building and the south corner.

“I’ll go down on this side. You two head for the east corner.”

Dani wondered if instinct was guiding him as well, but all she said, to Hollis, was, “He wouldn’t take the chance if he had it, would he? To stop and think, I mean.”

“If it meant a minute lost in getting to Miranda? No way in hell. That alone would be enough, but on top of that he blames himself for this mess.”

“He couldn’t have known–”

“Yes. He could have. Maybe he even did. That’s why he believes it’s his fault. Come on, let’s go.”

Dani followed but had to ask, “Do you believe it’s his fault?”

Hollis paused for only an instant, looking back over her shoulder, and there was something hard and bright in her eyes. “Yes. I do. He played God one time too many. And we’re paying the price for his arrogance.”

Again, Dani followed the other woman, her throat tighter despite the fact that, as they reached the rear half of the building, the smoke wasn’t nearly as thick. They very quickly discovered, in the back of what might once have been a small office, a door that opened smoothly and silently to reveal a stairwell.

The stairwell was already lighted.

“Bingo,” Hollis breathed.

A part of Dani wanted to suggest that they wait, at least long enough for Bishop to check out the other side of the building, but every instinct as well as the waves of heat at her back told her there simply wasn’t time to wait.
Hollis shifted her weapon to a steady two-handed grip and sent Dani a quick look. “Ready?”

Dani didn’t spare the energy to wonder how anyone on earth could ever be ready for this. Instead, she concentrated on the only weapon she had, the one inside her aching head, and nodded.

Hollis had only taken one step when a thunderous crash sounded behind them and a new wave of almost intolerable heat threatened to shove them bodily into the stairwell.

The roof was falling in.

Continues...

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  • Posted October 26, 2008

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    Jennifer Wardrip - Personal Read

    Although this isn't my favorite story in the Bishop/SCU series, I still found it to be a quick, engaging read.<BR/><BR/>Dani has come home to Venture, Georgia, to comfort her twin sister, Paris, after her divorce. Or so she says. Both women know that there's really another reason that Dani has finally come home.<BR/><BR/>These sisters share a bond even closer than the normal one between twins, because they both possess psychic abilities. And Dani has been having dream visions that tell her an evil is coming to Venture, and that a showdown is inevitable.<BR/><BR/>Bishop and his SCU team have been tracking a vicious serial killer for over a month. When the demented killer made the mistake of killing a Senator's daughter, the murders in Boston abruptly stopped -- but Bishop is sure this particular killer isn't finished. And he's not, because it soon becomes apparent that he's come to the small town of Venture.<BR/><BR/>With Dani and Paris, Bishop and Miranda, John Garrett and his team from Haven (a civilian pyschic unit started by Bishop), and Venture's sherriff (and once Dani's lover) Marc, you're looking at a situation that's bound to end badly. Because this is one serial killer who is even more evil, and powerful, than any of them ever imagined.<BR/><BR/>BLOOD DREAMS is definitely a quick read, and kept me guessing throughout the story. Totally enjoyable, and it's most likely a set-up for more books centering around these characters.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 24, 2008

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    BLOOD DREAMS--A GOOD READ!

    Blood Dreams is the start of a new trilogy with both new and familiar characters, and although it isn't my favorite story in the Bishop/SCU series, I still found it to be a quick, engaging read.<BR/>Dani has come home to Venture, Georgia, to comfort her twin sister, Paris, after her divorce. Or so she says. Both women know that there's really another reason that Dani has finally come home.<BR/>These sisters share a bond even closer than the normal one between twins, because they both possess psychic abilities. And Dani has been having dream visions that tell her an evil is coming to Venture, and that a showdown is inevitable.<BR/>Bishop and his SCU team have been tracking a vicious serial killer for over a month. When the demented killer made the mistake of killing a Senator's daughter, the murders in Boston abruptly stopped -- but Bishop is sure this particular killer isn't finished. And he's not, because it soon becomes apparent that he's come to the small town of Venture.<BR/>With Dani and Paris, Bishop and Miranda, John Garrett and his team from Haven (a civilian pyschic unit started by Bishop), and Venture's sherriff (and once Dani's lover) Marc, you're looking at a situation that's bound to end badly. Because this is one serial killer who is even more evil, and powerful, than any of them ever imagined.<BR/>BLOOD DREAMS is definitely a quick read, and kept me guessing throughout the story. Totally enjoyable, and a good set-up for more books centering around these characters. Check it out. I don't think you'll be disappointed.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 8, 2013

    Highly Recommended for leisure reading

    Love Kay Hooper & love this serie!!! This book is for any age that enjoy misteries paranormal information & situations. I have read all other books by this author; even the romance type (I'm not much for romance stories), & yes!!! I would recommend this for book & her other books for club discussions.

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  • Posted January 9, 2013

    I'm new to Kay Hooper so maybe this wasn't the best book to star

    I'm new to Kay Hooper so maybe this wasn't the best book to start with. I don't really care about any of the characters in this book. All they do is sit around and talk.ANd what's with this Gabrielle and Roxie character? They seem to have no tie in with the plot except for checking out warehouses. Why are their convaerstions so wierd? On page259 and debating if I should even waste my time to finish.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 17, 2011

    Highly Recommended

    Hello!

    Though I have not yet read this book, I have read the first six Bishop/Special Crimes Unit books by Kay Hooper and I loved them! I have the next three books to read and I just ordered series ten through twelve. I have enjoyed all of the books I have read by Kay Hooper so far and I know I will enjoy this book when I get around to reading it. I am sure you will love it too! A murder mystery/crime scene investigation that involves the paranormal; so exciting!

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  • Posted May 5, 2011

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    Ok read for a serial killer book

    Hooper does a good job outlining events of a serial killer and the course of action the police and federal investigators take. With this story, she utilizes psychics. While I found the story pretty well written and enjoyed the psychics connections, she started to bring in more psychics. Knowing that this is something investigators use sometimes I found a few parts a little off the wall. These psychics somehow could connect with each other and enhance each others powers and sometimes absorb them and could "dream walk." I don't think something like that is possible so I found that a little - different I'll say. Not in a bad way. The story is pretty good and I will pursue the other 2 books just to find out what will happen.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 20, 2010

    blood ties

    Love the Bishop books. It was just as good as her other crimes unit books. The more I read I can't wait to get to the next one. Love Kay Hooper She keeps you wanting more

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  • Posted August 10, 2009

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    I didn't like it

    I read it and I didnt get it. This is the first book I read from Hooper, so I dont get it. I didnt understand any of the characters. they were in the book but thats it, no life. maybe its because I havent read any other Bishop SCU Series, but when reading a series one should be able to pick any part and not feel left out.

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  • Posted May 23, 2009

    Another Great Bishop/special crimes unit series

    As always the characters capture you and you become attached to them. The story kept me in suspense, which is what I enjoy about this series. I like the unusual twists and turns Kay Hooper comes up with, yet doesn't go too far out of the relm of possibility. I look for a book that I can feel a connection with the characters and have never been disappointed with the Bishop Crime Series.

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  • Posted April 27, 2009

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    Kay Hooper's Blood Dreams

    Very excellent read, as are all of her books in the Bishop Series. Definitely would recommend this to anyone who loves FBI, Psychics, horror/thrillers.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 19, 2008

    Worth your time, if you're washing the car

    A fairly interesting story idea, but Ms. Hooper's pedestrian writing fails to take advantage of the possibilities presented by both plot and characters.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 19, 2008

    Too Confusing

    I, like many of the reviewers here, was extremely disappointed in this book. I couldn't keep track of who characters were and there was not enough suspense. Too much talking amoung themselves and 'voices'

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 24, 2008

    Awesome Book

    I loved this book it kept me on my toes, I love the whole idea behind Haven an all female psychic crime fighting team. I wasn't disappointed at all.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 11, 2008

    Bored and disappointed!

    I have been a real fan of Hooper's and have read most of her works. This one was very slow, boring and quite confusing with all the characters. I tried to keep going, but finally gave up and put the book aside. I have never done that with her novels. Hopefully, the next novel will be much better.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 12, 2008

    Expected more.

    I have enjoyed all of Kay Hoopers suspense novels, except this one.I was disappointed with this novel. I felt that it lacked a plot. There was too much talking among the characters about their abilities and not much action going on. I finished the book thinking 'That's it?' I didn't care much for the direction of the Haven unit. There were characters that I didn't recognize, with no explanation of where they came from. I feel that this novel lacked alot and I wouldn't recommend it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 13, 2008

    Worthwhile, but not totally satisfying

    Like many reviewers on this site, I was a bit disappointed by this novel from the usually excellent Kay Hooper. The tight plotting and continual surprises I've come to expect from he work just weren't there this time. Still, there are quite a few gripping passages so it's not an entire loss.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 30, 2008

    Too Many Questions Unanswered.

    Was this author in a rush to publish or did she think we already knew the background of all the characters? Who were Dani, Paris, and Marc? What was their relationship to Bishop and why add another group called Haven to SCU? It seemed as if the characters spent more time talking about their abilities or lack of, than they did seeking the killer. Gabriel and Roxanne only had psychic abilities when they were sleeping? How's that work? These people were in their 30's and were just finding out their abilities were evolving? Bishop is adding so many psychics to SCU (not his fault, he answers to the author)that I don't recognize most of them. If this had been a movie, I would have walked out in the middle of it. If you want to join a room full of psychics sitting around talking about their abilities, then this book is for you. If you want action and fleshed out characters, stay away.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 14, 2008

    Okay, but not great

    the start of the novel was ok, because it kept you guessing on what's going on, but for me this current novel didn't have the spark where her previous novels had. it didn't seem as involved, it seemed like a lot of material was cut. i was reading just to get to the ending of the book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 4, 2008

    Nothing short of spectacular!!!!

    I've got all of the Bishop series books and couldn't wait for this new one to come out. It did, I bought it, read it in 3 1/2 hrs. and was not disappointed in the least. Kay has done it yet again. The suspense in this book is overwhelming. The only thing that stumped me was in the beginning with the 'dream walking' and each time the dream occurred it was slightly different that the previous one. It really keeps you on your feet. If you are a Kay fan as I am, you will definitely put this book in with your 'keepers'. I DID!!

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    a powerful, energizing and enthralling police procedural

    A serial killer has tortured and brutalized at least twelve women in Boston and the police don¿t have any evidence that would lead to his identity. The last woman he killed was a senator¿s daughter and the notoriety he brought upon himself gets him to move to Ventura, Georgia in Prophet County. Meanwhile the new director of the FBI orders Agent in Charge Noah Bishop and his team to keep hunting in Boston because he doesn¿t believe in psychic powers especially those that point to the serial killer leaving the area.-------------- Bishop is forced to work with Haven, the civilian group of psychics that were organized by a wealthy businessman married to an empath. Dani Justice returns to Ventura to help law enforcement since she is a psychic and part of Haven. She has the ability to dream walk and pull others into her dreams. The sheriff believes in her powers because he has seen them demonstrated and because he loves her even though she ran away from the town and him. Now she is connected to the danger from a monster who relishes tearing his victims apart.----------------- The latest Bishop/Special Crimes Unit thriller is a powerful, energizing and enthralling police procedural that fans will be unable to put down. Both Bishop and his wife Miranda make appearances and Hollis who appeared in several previous books in this series plays a pivotal role as she grows as a medium. The heroine is a strong independent woman who is determined to catch the killer through her way while also deciding whether she wants to be part of Haven.--------------- Harriet Klausner

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