The Bridge: Something Waits

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Alex Hill buried his psychic talents for eighteen years. But with the scream of tires and twisting metal all this changes.

His girlfriend, Police Sergeant Veronica Ross, is nearly run down by two teenagers leaving her depressed and troubled. After calming her down they get a call from the Coroner's office and learn that both the driver and passenger of the wrecked car had already been dead for almost twelve hours before the accident. ...

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Overview

Alex Hill buried his psychic talents for eighteen years. But with the scream of tires and twisting metal all this changes.

His girlfriend, Police Sergeant Veronica Ross, is nearly run down by two teenagers leaving her depressed and troubled. After calming her down they get a call from the Coroner's office and learn that both the driver and passenger of the wrecked car had already been dead for almost twelve hours before the accident. Furthermore, they hadn't been killed in any vehicle accident, the pair had been drowned.

Upon hearing this Alex feels his powers stirring again and goes with Veronica to see the coroner to learn more. But, as soon as they reach the doors of the Morgue he is psychically assaulted by an unknown force.

Taking the attack as a warning, he tries to resist getting involved further. But, his talents soon lead him directly to the place where the teenagers died. It is the stream underneath an old stone bridge that is supposedly haunted by the White Lady.

But the real problem for Alex is the fact that both the bridge and stream are on the Graham Estate. The very property he is now representing as a real estate agent.

Soon the body count begins to rise, and each new death is somehow attached to the stream. And as the only person with full access to the estate, suspicion starts to fall on Alex. Especially when it's discovered he does not have a solid alibi for any of the incidents.

Now, in order to clear his name and learn what force is behind all the killings, Alex must decide whether or not to embrace the very abilities he shunned.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781481847001
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 1/12/2013
  • Pages: 380
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.78 (d)

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  • Posted February 4, 2013

    R2R: The Bridge (I received a free copy, in exchange for a r

    R2R: The Bridge




    (I received a free copy, in exchange for a review.)




    Alex is a very special type of person, as in he has strong psychic talents and has his whole life. With this talent, it has lead him in many different directions, but one experience, when he was younger scarred and scared him. This is when he decided he needed to put up walls, to block himself from some elements of the psychic world.  His girlfriend, Ronnie, happens to be the local police sergeant. She happens to be a bit older than him and is insecure about Alex's proclaimed love for her. Ronnie is almost run over, by a speeding car, which quickly crashes. But nothing about this accident adds up. And thus begins the mystery roller coaster ride.




    'With the attention of the others finally off of him, Alex thought about what had happened. He was still badly shaken by his experience, but the lingering chill was finally starting to dissipate slightly. Nothing had ever left him so weak or troubled before except...Harlequin House. he mentally shook his head. he didn't want to think about that place right now, or ever again.'




    This is one of the best stories I have read this year. given that it's only February, but it was still amazing.  I would have given it 5 stars, if there weren't so many grammatical errors, which interrupted the flow, as you were reading. It was a great mystery and the details provided were top notch. Great job and I can't wait to see what else Mr. Krummenacker will come up with! 

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 28, 2013

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    The Bridge was a fantastic story that completely sucked me in. T

    The Bridge was a fantastic story that completely sucked me in. The characters were great, with witty banter that had me cracking up. You will not be able to put this down! This story takes a charming English psychic into a dark, mysterious, and evil world.

    Twists and turns will have you thinking, "did that really just happen?"

    Wonderful story reminiscent of my Dean Koontz days. I will be watching for more from this author.

    "Just then the human wall, known as Casey stepped in front of him and gesteured to a table, 'The ladies are waiting for you.'
    'So is St. Peter,' Alex muttered turning and heading towards what he hoped would not be a last meal."


    This book was given to me for free in exchange for an honest review.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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