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Although Brianna's mind acts as a television screen sucking in the energy of people's emotional experiences, her gift fails her miserably when she longs to discover the secret behind the mystery of her brother's ...
Although Brianna's mind acts as a television screen sucking in the energy of people's emotional experiences, her gift fails her miserably when she longs to discover the secret behind the mystery of her brother's dead twin. Her mother's supposition that the dead twin was switched by someone at birth and isn't her baby, is an unresolved issue haunting the entire family.
When Brianna sets out to discover the truth, her efforts draw her into a murder investigation of three brothers, one whom she falls in love with, and the other two, twins, who were born on the same date in the same clinic as her own twin brothers.
Brianna's life becomes a puzzle of disconnected pieces, which upsets her world and leaves her determined to find a killer and discover the truth about her twin brother.
Will she help to prove that the man she loves is a killer?
Posted September 15, 2007
Although I¿m one of those readers who like to get right into the action of a story, Cooper¿s style teases the reader with a lead-in to the plot through the main character. (She does inform us on her web site that her novels are character-driven) Then suddenly when she¿s about to surprise her friend, Investigator David Sherman, with a birthday cake, David¿s cell phone rings with an announcement of double murder.****** From that point on, Violent Visions of Murder kept me glued to the pages. ****** Brianna Taylor, born a psychic, sets out to solve a thirty-year mystery involving her brother¿s dead twin, whose family believes he is not their blood child, but was switched by someone at birth. Her search for answers draws her into the lives of three brothers, Preston Marlowe, a prominent businessman, Robert who is retarded, and Donald, a drifter, all under suspicion of murder. When Brianna falls in love with Preston Marlowe, the eldest brother, wanting to prove his innocence she teams up with Investigator David Sherman and uses her psychic skills to ferret out the identity of the real killer.****** Cooper offers gripping suspense right up to the last page¿and I didn¿t want it to end.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.