by M.C. Domovitch
My rating: 4 stars
Series: The Mindsight - Book 2
Publisher: Lansen Publishing (November 23, 2016)
Publication Date: November 23, 2016
Genre: Thriller | Suspense | Paranormal
Print Length: 229 pages
Seeing Evil by M.C. Domovitch (Mindsight, #2)
Ciara has settled in to a new life in New York, working her cosmetic magic at the Fairfield Funeral Home, buying a condo and making a real life for herself. She has NOT, however, accepted the scars that cover her body with their vile words. With so many cutting edge procedures, maybe it’s time to do something about them, to erase the hate that has been carved into her skin. Still undergoing psychiatric help, she has been warned to avoid all triggers that could cause her PTSD to rear its ugly head.
When a serial killer starts targeting teen girls, Ciara can’t help but be drawn to helping find this monster before more girls are found dead and mutilated. When a young model bears an uncanny resemblance to Ciara, they strike up a friendship that causes Ciara to feel fear for this young beauty, who truly seems like blood, as opposed to a new acquaintance.
The unthinkable happens and Ciara will risk her very life to stop this monster, including seeing suspects in almost everyone she meets. Has she gotten drawn in too deep? Will her mental health deteriorate or will she find the answers she needs from the touch of one of the victims? When Ciara least expects it, she receives a shock from the past and a gift she can forever cherish, if she can move fast enough.
Suspense, a paranormal gift and the race against time, it’s all there as Ciara once again searches for a needle in the haystack of horrors. M.C. Domovitch is a powerful writer who knows how to set the hook and reel her readers into each scene she creates. SEEING EVIL has that special touch of energy that never bogs down and never follows a linear path to an easy ending. I read to be entertained, I don’t need over-the-top heroines or heroes, but I do need strong writing and world building that keeps me hanging on every page and that is exactly what has happened here. A true to life character, a far too realistic crime spree and mystery that is NOT easy to unravel!
I received this copy from Lansen Publishing in exchange for my honest review.