Regular price: $24.49
Buy Now with 1 Credit
Buy Now for $24.49
Something strange is happening in the small mountain town of Serenity, Tennessee. People going on routine errands never reach their destination. It's as if they simply disappear. Over the past few weeks, it's happened to five men and women - and now a child.
The local police chief calls the FBI, and a team from the Special Crimes Unit is immediately sent in. Agents Lucas and Samantha Jordan, partners in work and in life, have very different abilities. Samantha is clairvoyant and Lucas possesses a unique ability to find the lost or abducted. With them are new partners Dante Swann, a medium, and Robbie Hodge, a telepath.
The town is already on the edge of panic, but the mysterious events take a sinister turn when a body unrelated to the missing persons case surfaces and one of the SCU agents vanishes. Now, the team's hunt for the lost has turned into something very personal...and very dangerous.
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By shelley on 03-10-17
Suspenseful Psychic Mystery
As a general rule I'm not big into psychic or occult books but Kay Hooper has such s good writing style and perspective that her books come off as very believable.
This is one of the new Bishop Files series books which goes back to before previously written books. It's kind of nice because it gives background to some of the characters I have read about but had no background.
In this book townspeople have started to disappear after dark. The kidnapper has abilities that confound the special investigators but in the end you know who comes out on top but there is a sad and surprise of an ending.
Joyce Bean narrates most of Kay Hooper's books and as always does a fantastic job.
Very very good and HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
If you found this review helpful please indicate so.
13 of 18 people found this review helpful
By TREKnRay on 11-01-17
Fear of the Dark
I really like the Bishop series. My wife listened with me. She said of all the books in the series this is her favorite. Some of the abilities in this book are similar t things I could d when I was younger. Knowing what people were going to say before they did. Knowing what my wife would look like and what state she was born in ten years before we met..
1 of 1 people found this review helpful