Sunday, May 06, 2007

Sense of Evil

Sense of Evil

Kay Hooper

Date: 2005-07-21 17:47:25   —   $7.50   —   Book

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Fiction, Mystery/Thriller

The killer in this bookis highly dangerous to a particular type of woman, and what's worse, his rituals are so well developed as to indicate that he has killed before. Isabel Adams, of the psychic Special Crimes Unit, is on hand to investigate the killer; sadly enough, she fits the killer's victim profile exactly. But it has to be her; her connection to a victim in a previous spree means that she might be able to figure out his identity before she becomes another victim.

Don't even bother trying to guess the killer in this book. Hooper hides it so well that it is literally impossible to guess, and she does it without lying... I would love to see a history of the killer, as there are certain things I can guess at, but the backstory would have to be very well developed in order to make it possible.

And on that note, I'm just going to give my previous recommendation. If you like Hooper, good; if you want CSI, read something else.

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