Nicole Blake is a quiet girl, the type of person who is seldom noticed by anyone, until one day she discovers she has the unique ability to see images move on photographs. At first, she uses her ability to entertain friends at parties and work. Meanwhile, the police are unable to uncover a single clue in a series of unsolved murders. Seasoned detective Paul Hammond learns of Nicole’s ability, and enlists her help.
Carl Kadner, a rookie reporter with the local paper, takes it upon himself to investigate the murders as well. As he learns what it takes to be the kind of reporter he wants to be, Carl puts himself in danger for the sake of the story. What will it take to bring all of these people together to find the real reason people continue to disappear?
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The Mind’s Eye
A very good read. I quite enjoyed reading this book but almost page after page, the grammar mistakes I noticed were astonishing. I could’ve made good money on proofreading this book before publishing. Shameful.
The Minds Eye
Good read. Very different approach to murder mystery genre.
The car chase made no sense . The attempt to kill Sam was overkill , especially as it says after the initial stabbing she repeatedly stabbed him, but he was alive. Hard to believe.
The police couldn’t find Will just a few blocks away in a shed!? Too lame to be believed. A cop had just been slashed and mass murder walks away for a nap. I don’t buy it.
A lot of potential but a dreadful finish.
I gave it four stars for originality.
The Minds Eye
Great read! Fast paced, unique story line and interesting conclusion. From a lifetime reader, well done Canook,