Deadly Dreams

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Deadly Dreams

Mindhunters Series Series, #5

Marisa Chandler is a former Philadelphia Police Detective and she now works for Adam Raiker's Mindhunters. They help the local police when they have a cold case or a case that is harder to solve. After her last case where a child was killed Marisa turns in her registration, but Adam refuses to take it. Now Marisa is home trying to get her life straightened out. Marisa has dreams about murders and she uses the information to solve cases. After the last case she doesn't trust in her dreams nor her instincts. But Adam has other plans for her; he volunteers her services to the local police. Detective Nate McGuire is the head of the special task force trying to find the person or persons who are killing police officers. So far two have been killed, they were burned alive. Nate doesn't much like it when his boss tells him to pick up Marisa and bring her to the latest crime scene. At the crime scene Marisa is able to locate clues that the others have missed, she is able to do this thanks to the latest dream she had. When she tells Nate about her dreams, he does not believe her. But with the more things she is able to find out about the killer, Nate is left with no choice but to believe her. The longer they work together the stronger the attraction between the two of them gets. When the killer sets his sights on Marisa it is up to Nate to save her.

This is the fifth installment in Ms. Brant's Mindhunters series. This story grabs your attention from the first word and holds it till the last. This series gets better with each book. This author is an auto buy for me. Be on the lookout for the next book, Deadly Sins, which will be out in August 2011.

Book Blurb for Deadly Dreams

Risa Chandler's prescient dreams of death and murder haunted her nights. They also proved invaluable for Adam Raiker's brilliant team of forensic criminologists, the Mindhunters, until a tragic end to one case shattered Risa's confidence and drove her into seclusion. But for Risa, there's no hiding from death-or from her dreams.

Night Owl Reviews Mar, 2011 5.00