After a double homicide, respected New York City attorney, Katarina Ramon, is called back to her small hometown by her Aunt who thinks she can help solve the crime.
Haunted be her own parents' murders and assisted by her sixth sense, Katarina agrees to take some time off work and go.
Soon she meets up with Cole Collins the new Police Chief who doesn't feel the investigation needs her help. However, Katarina and Cole can't deny their attraction to each other and between Katarina's visions and Cole's investigation, it becomes clear the murders are tied together.
As the body count piles up, the threat to Katarina grows. Meanwhile, Katarina must decide between her big New York City position and what her heart truly desires.
The Killer Among Them is a well-written mystery giving us several plausible suspects. Plus the romance between Cole and Katarina feels real and the dialog is good. The one issue I had was using Katarina's ESP as ways to reveal clues.
Can her sixth sense be enough to stop the murders or does the killer have his sights set on her as his next victim?
Katarina Ramon is a busy, well respected attorney in New York City. Yet the dreams still torment her. More than dreams-they are replays of the clairvoyant flashes that show every detail of her parents' murder years ago. She resents her gift, these sudden flashes that come out of nowhere, but accepts that she can see things others can't.
When another couple is found murdered in her small hometown, her aunt begs her to come home and assist in the investigation.
Police Chief Cole Collins isn't at all pleased with Katarina's interference. Nor is he immune to her charms. Yet with someone in this little southern town is continuing the same murderous ways that killed her parents, Katarina and Cole are left with no choice but to work together.
Katarina's vivid memories and sixth sense may stop the killing-or make her the murderer's next victim.