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Bet you can't...Find Me

Bet you can't...Find Me

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by Linda S. Prather

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***$.99 great buy - 12 authors 12 novels ****Check out the USA Today Best Seller Deadly Dozen ***

New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author

�Imagine a killer who can kill at will from a distance. No gun, no weapon. Nothing more than a thought."
Catherine Mans has the ability to see and hear what others can�t. With the help of Homicide


***$.99 great buy - 12 authors 12 novels ****Check out the USA Today Best Seller Deadly Dozen ***

New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author

�Imagine a killer who can kill at will from a distance. No gun, no weapon. Nothing more than a thought."
Catherine Mans has the ability to see and hear what others can�t. With the help of Homicide Sergeant Cody Allen, she�s turned that talent into a successful profession as a psychic consultant.
But Catherine�s past is coming back to haunt her. Someone is threatening the lives of everyone she loves.
Nine bodies have been discovered, and Catherine is the FBI�s prime suspect.
To prove her innocence, she must unravel the secrets of her past, and answer the challenge of a deranged psychic.
Bet you can�t�FIND ME!

"If you love the psychic suspense of Kay Hooper and the witty characters of Tammy Hoag, you'll love Find Me!"

BOOK TWO: Eternal Beauty - released August 2013

Editorial Reviews

http://booksandpals.blogspot.com/2012/02/bet-you-cant-find-me-linda-s-prather.html - Big Al
Sometimes the first installment of a series devotes too much time to establishing the characters and not enough on the current story. Bet you can�t � has a different problem, setting the storytelling bar so high that it will be a challenge to beat it next time out.

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Linda S. Prather, Author
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Catherine Mans Suspense Novesl , #1
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Meet the Author

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author living in Lexington, Kentucky. I have always had a penchant for things a little outside the norm. I saw my first �ghost� when I was five years old, and I�ve spent a lifetime trying to understand that vision. Was it real? And if it was, why? I became a paranormal investigator and love old houses that go bump in the night. I can often be found in old cemeteries just hanging out.
I�ve studied metaphysics, including the areas of touch healing, dream analysis, meditation and hypnosis. The power of the mind has always fascinated me. When reading I love books that allow me to travel around the world without ever leaving home. As an author my greatest desire is to create characters that readers can love and hate, laugh and cry with, and stories that allow the reader to spend a few hours in sheer entertainment.
The Jacody Ives series was my first attempt to combine my love of true mystery and the paranormal. The Catherine Mans� series continues and expands that combination, delving into the darker side of the power of the mind.

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Bet you can't...Find Me 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 28 reviews.
Donna_Fasano More than 1 year ago
This is one of those books that will keep you up way past your bedtime. It's a first-rate, page-turning thriller with a twisty, complex plot, interesting characters, AND intriguing themes. This book held me enthralled until the very last page. I highly recommend it.
Melcom More than 1 year ago
After reading and thoroughly enjoying Linda's other two novels The Gifts, A Jacody Ives Mystery (Jacody Ives Mysteries) and Sacred Secrets, A Jacody Ives Mystery (Jacody Ives Mysteries), I begged her to let me read and review her latest, Bet you can't... Find Me before it was released. This novel is an intricately woven mystery that centres around psychic investigator Catherine Mans. Catherine is often asked to assist in investigating current crimes by Sgt Cody Allen. Their most recent case turns out to have links to Catherine's sad childhood, a childhood that has caused much confusion to her over the years. When strange circumstances start to affect Catherine's psychic abilities, and the body count rises, FBI special agent Brian Wilkes starts to suspect Catherine's role in the case. Will she be able to seek out the answers she needs to crack this bizarre case or will she be arrested as the main suspect?
Barbara-Silkstone More than 1 year ago
Urban Dictionary defines psyched: to be excited or pumped up about something. Bet You Can't Find Me has me psyched. Heroine, Catherine Man - a gentle lady - is reluctant to use her psychic powers until everyone she cares about is marked for death. Take a group of people who come together hiding agendas good and evil, discover their human frailties, burnish their strengths, and then put them on a collision course. This is a real white-knuckler. Highly Recommended.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Surprisingly hooked me and I couldn't put it down. I never thought it could be wrapped up in so few pages but it did with satisfaction. I'd like a movie or book series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a good quick read. The characters are well developed and the pace is fast. If you like books about murder, mystery and the human mind and spirit you will enjoy this one.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A real nail biting psychic thriller. Good characters, personality of each fit their jobs. Easy to picture them; one in particuliar had to make you chuckle. Simply couldn't put it down until I finished it!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The entire book was great. Great characters, there was a good hook, everything was great... untill the end. I felt as if the last chapter was the whole summary. I expected alot more out of the ending.
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bookloverPT More than 1 year ago
I found this book hard to put down, very well written and an awesome story.
seamystLW More than 1 year ago
exciting, suspensful read
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One of the strangest books I've ever read. Started off okay, but became increasingly more unbelievable as I read on. I wouldn't recommend wasting your time on this one.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was a pretty good afternoon read. I love a good paranoral story, and this was pretty exciting and the author does a good job keeping the storyline moving all the time. Without giving a review that simply repeats what I can get on the synopsis when I buy a book, I will say that the ending was a bit on the cheesy side. That being said, I did enjoy this book. I would actually like to give it 3-1/2 stars, but I can't give 1/2 stars here, hence an overall rating that is a little lower than I wanted to give. -- SPeeD
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I couldn't help but roll my eyes through this book. I bought the book because it sounded like an interesting plot with potentially interesting characters. What I got was a book that seems like a quick first draft, an outline—there are no fleshed out characters (I don't care for them, nor their fate in the end), the plot has too many holes and is filled with convenient happenstances, mainly revolving around the psychic’s abilities; to me it felt like a convenient way for the author to explain stuff. I had to read the prologue twice just to (kind of) understand what was going on as there wasn’t much description of setting or people; it was almost as if the author left out the key parts to “keep the reader guessing.” Also, if you’re using foreign language, it’s supposed to be italicized. Having to flip to the back of a book, especially on an ebook, is really distracting. It takes you out of the story in a bad way. There were chapters that should have been unfolding from the protagonist’s POV but were instead written from the POV of secondary characters to conceal plot development. And when important things, BIG plot things, were going to happen to the main character (or the main character was going to make a big decision), the author switched to a secondary character’s POV, preventing the reader from being “with” the main character during these critical moments. As a reader I felt cheated and as a writer, I was horrified. I would never switch from my main characters POV at critical scenes just to “keep secret” what the main character was planning to do. I was grateful this was such a short book. The author skipped out of Catherine’s POV in those moments when readers should want to be with her most—for example, when she leaves the others at the hotel in New Orleans, or when she goes down the ‘rebirth tunnel’ or whatever it was called. Instead, we get summarized paragraphs/different POV scenes of what happened or retrospective conversations of the things she had seen in the tunnel. I would have rather been with Catherine, feeling/seeing those memories rather than being told about them later—again, I felt very cheated! And Rosetta? Wow… not original at all (the author even mentions Garcia from Criminal Minds). I got sick of the cookie bit real quick. And towards the end when she’s left the two people who could possibly protect her, when she knows that they believe her employer could be a killer looking for her, she giggles and wants to sing Girls Just Want to Have Fun? What? Really? That’s absurd if you ask me. I don’t know how much, if any, research was done on the FBI and Police protocols and rules/regulations, but I found it all very unbelievable. I found most of the dialogue boring and clichéd and when the FBI agent and the cop wanted to beat each other up, the one guy gets in a single slug and then they decide to eat steak and drink beer? “WHAT?” I shouted this at the gym, eliciting a few odd glances and snickers. I found this book so full of clichés I started expecting them, even guessing them, playing psychic myself. It was peppered with cheesy flirting and unbelievable relationships and predictable plot twists. Had the author taken a bit more time to flesh out the characters, giving them a background, a history, a sense of life before this, and had she stayed with the character of Catherine through the whole book instead of switching up POV so often to secondary characters to keep the reader “guessing,” it could have been better.
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It was long and some of it was good. If I could I'd give it 2 1/2 stars.
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The first day of summer i saw this boy his name was elijuah rodinsin and he was so sweet and he was my age to well at first my best firend liked him so she had me go tell him that she liked him and just quess what happend he asked me out and ever since then my best firend jessica has hated my guts and so on the last day of camp me and jessica got into a fight and quess who won i did and that is only cuz i know how to fight and she dosent know how to fight so she learned her lesson whitch was never ever tutch my man
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I couldnt put it down.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Hey this book is okay it was kinda short
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