Abigail St. Michael, a former cop, has joined the recently growing ranks of metaphysicals, individuals with abilities outside that of normal human nature. When a murderer stalks her town killing children, Abbey uses her ability of touch clairvoyance to hunt him down. Her only roadblock is that her murderer seems to have his own unique talent, the ability to 'wipe' his victims and their surroundings of any metaphysical energy. With little physical evidence and no supernatural evidence, Abbey is forced to rely on instinct and luck to solve the case. However both seem to have taken a permanent vacation as the victims keep piling up with the killer's escalating blood lust.
"...emotion-wrenching, gritty, eerie, sexy..." Toni Sweeney, author of Love, Vampire Style
**WARNING: Contains strong language, violence, and adult situations.**
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.53(d)|
About the Author
B.C. Brown lives and works in Arizona. Her educational background includes English and Creative Writing. When not writing, she divides her time between bicycling, theater, and karaoke.
Look for B.C. online at her blog: www.bcbrownbooks.blogspot.com.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A Touch Of Darkness based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
I usually figure out mysteries pretty quick, they are that obvious. BC Brown is the first to surprise me with a subtlety I didn't realize was there until the big reveal and, even then, I was surprised! I'm looking forward to the next book in the Abbey novels.
Interesting little mystery. I normally figure things out before the reveal in these things, but was pleasantly proven wrong. The only detractor for me was the first person perspective, but that is just my personal taste not a reflection on the author's skill. I look forward to seeing where Abigail goes from here.
Brown is a great writer, she has a very different and refreshing style of writting. I have and will recomend her to everyone who loves mysteries. Keep looking out for her name.
Good mystery... ballsy heroine... real dialogue... nice romance... Thought I had the story figured out, and I was pleasantly surprised when I didn't. Can't wait for the next one now.