The violent drug-related murders of two prominent attorneys have the homicide division of the Chicago Police Department scrambling for answers, but without clues, a motive, or a suspect, not even the FBI can track down the killer.
With the media demanding an arrest and at their wits' end, the Chicago Police Department makes an urgent call to the Washburn County Sheriff's Office in hopes of bringing in Kate Pierce, a psychic detective, on the case. A reluctant Kate agrees only when word comes that Jesse McCord, a new friend and top-notch Chicago homicide detective, has gone missing.
Partnered with Detective Henry Johnson of Chicago's homicide division, Kate goes on the hunt for the killer, armed with clues from her revealing dreams—and her dogged determination. As they inch closer to locating Jesse and learning the identity of the suspect, they realize the killer may be much closer than they think.
* All books are standalone stories but since characters carry over, they are best read in chronological order.
Find all of the books leading up to the Kate Pierce Crime Thriller Series listed in order below.
The Detective Jade Monroe Crime Thriller Series
The Agent Jade Monroe FBI Thriller Series
The Amber Monroe Crime Thriller Series
The Psychic Detective Kate Pierce Crime Thriller Series
"Psychic detective Kate Pierce works for a small-town Wisconsin sheriff's department but gets called on by the big city when the Chicago Police Department finds itself at an impasse in a case involving two dead attorneys and a missing cop. Though Kate believes in the value of her work, she confronts not only a killer but also the good-old-boy network when her mostly male colleagues in Chicago ridicule her psychic abilities. This fresh, intriguing new heroine was a supporting player in some of Sutter's previous novels and gets her well-deserved turn in the spotlight in this terrific new crime thriller series." Angela M., Line Editor, Red Adept Editing
Tremendous reading!! Was on pins and needles till the end due to the pain felt by the characters. Good ending.
I ask myself each time I start a new book, how to describe my reading and I always say the same thing, great book and great author. I loved each book the same or I would have called it trash and stopped reading it. So take that as one which I would recommend to all readers of mysteries. Ole grandma
Very Good & Quick Easy Read