The Other Extreme

The Other Extreme

by T.J. MacGregor

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BN ID: 2940157961114
Publisher: Crossroad Press
Publication date: 12/28/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 995,123
File size: 818 KB

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The Other Extreme 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have read Dean Koontz for several years and have searched for another author that writes like him. I have found her. T.J. Macgregor is a must read. You will not be disappointed.
Guest More than 1 year ago
T.J. MacGregor has given us another engaging thriller set on Tango Key, the charming island she created for her earlier Tango Key Mystery Series (published under the pen name, Alison Drake). The Other Extreme is a skillfully woven tale of lawyer Kit Parrish's difficulties with her sleepwalking son Ryan, and the mysterious connection between Ryan's nightmares and nocturnal forays, a recent murder, and the 10-year old unexplained disappearance of Kit's brother. The story is further enriched by the presence of Ryan's wonderful Golden Retriever, Oro, and the author's deft use of astrology, past life experiences, and psychic detecting. Highly recommended.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Jay Hutchin is a circuit court judge assigned to the criminal division of Tango County in the Florida Keys. He dresses right, makes the right kind of marriage, goes to society social events to see and be seen by the elite, and acts like a man who is totally in charge of his life. That is a false image because Jay is totally obsessed by Hollywood actress Diane Jackson, who is buying property in the area.

When he spots her stepping out on him, he becomes so enraged and jealous he strangles her to death. Jay tries to go on his way as if nothing happened, but two things stand in his way. He is on the short list to be the Attorney General of the United States and an innocent man is going to trial for the actress¿s murder. The defense council is Kit Parish who has only lost one case in her years practicing law. Jay was the one to mentor and train her. In a spooky turn of events, Kit¿s son seems to know too much about the murder and having killed one person, Jay will not hesitate to do so again if he feels his life is in danger, even Kit¿s son.

Although readers know from the very beginning who the killer is and that the jailed suspect is innocent of any crime, this work of psychological suspense fascinates the audience into making it a one slippery ride. The paranormal elements circling around Kit¿s son serve to enhance the feeling of believability in the plot and adds dimension to the story line. T.J. MacGregor has written another winner.

Harriet Klausner