Dead Men Tell No Secrets…Until Now! Jean-Paul Trivet grew up wanting to be a rock star. Instead, he found he had a sixth sense that led to an illustrious career in the FBI finding missing persons. Now partially paralyzed, forcibly retired, and divorced, he’s in a tailspin of pain, depression, and guilt. One of Jean-Paul’s idols, a mathematical and musical genius who fronted the most prolific rock band in history, is now one of the richest men in the world after inventing new technologies that changed the music industry. While working on a new composition, he discovers a frequency that enables him to speak to the dead. Then he mysteriously disappears from his guarded San Francisco estate. As a last resort, the FBI asks Jean-Paul to work with his old team again. But can Trivet face his demons, recover his special abilities, and solve the case, or will he succumb to excess, deception and death? Dead Frequency is a fast-paced thrill ride, in a world of sex, drugs, and rock and roll, that will have you wondering… what would happen if we could talk to the dead?
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Reviewed by Ray Simmons for Readers' Favorite Dead Frequency takes place in the near future. Stephen Lovett paints this future in exquisite detail. Indeed he excels at giving us all the information we need in order to BE THERE and not just reading a story. The protagonist Jean-Paul Trivet is the kind of uncle, friend, brother, and co-worker everyone would love to have. He is damaged but still a stand-up guy. But a good hero needs a great villain and a crucible of difficulty in order for us to really know and appreciate his worth. I fell in love with Dead Frequency in chapter three when Number One, a very new kind of bad guy was introduced. He is awesome and you instantly hope someone can stop him but you can't imagine how. I love rock and roll. I like a good crime drama. I was skeptical about how these two things might make a good novel. Stephen Lovett showed this skeptic how it can be done. Dead Frequency is awesome on so many levels that part of me wanted to stop reading it...because I did not want the story to end. This is my first Stephen Lovett novel. I don't know how many books he has written, though you can bet I will try to find and read them. He writes like a seasoned pro. He writes like I wish I could. I won't be surprised at all to see his name on a bestseller list some day. Buy Dead Frequency. It's worth your money and time.