Jason Callahan, private investigator, and his psychic partner Trina Dane return in the second installment of the Jason Callahan Mysteries.
Chloe Marsh is found dead at the scene of an accident and pronounced dead on arrival at the hospital. Half an hour later, as she is being taken to the morgue, Chloe suddenly sits up. But this isn't the first time Chloe has died, and it certainly won't be the last.
Enter Trina and Jason. They've worked on cases together before, but nothing like this. Investigator Jason Callahan doesn't believe for a minute that Chloe has special powers, but psychic Trina Dane does, and she thinks she knows why. But what of the other people across the country who have had the same experiences? How did they really die? And how did one boy (and Chloe) manage to survive? Only Trina and Jason can find the answers, but they must do so before Chloe runs out of lives.
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Getting Special Powers is not always a good thing!
- Sapphire Reader
Jason and Trina are back ...
I enjoyed the interplay between Jason and Chloe. She was going thru all of this and he was able to be there to help her. It was a nice friendly relationship.
At the end when Jason and Trina were trying to help Chloe as a last resort.
I really like Mr. Cohen's work. This is the third book of his that I have listened to. His range of voices and emotions help to move the story along. He really draws you into the story.
At just over 6 hours long, it would be hard to do this in one sitting. I would recommending this book as a weekend listen or one for a longer car trip.
Dead, Sometimes is the next book in the Jason Callahan psychic detective series. Jason and Trina go to Florida to investigate the 'death' of Chloe Marsh. In the course of the investigation Jason and Trina discover that Chloe might not be the only person who has been affected by this spirit.
Ms. Macomber continues to impress me with her imagination and writing in this series. I find Jason and Trina to be well developed characters. The paranormal in this book is not so out there that it in totally unbelievable. I can't wait to see what happens next to Jason and Trina.
I would recommend this book to those who like the paranormal genre. (ages 14+)
- Elizabeth L.