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In Clarity, North Carolina, the residents have fallen victim to an unfortunate series of events. Seemingly random accidents have taken the lives of several citizens in the small mountain town. But these deadly coincidences are anything but. Something is on the hunt in Clarity, and the only clue as to what is a cryptic note given to the victims 24 hours before they meet their ends: "Wait for dark."
Sheriff Mal Gordon knows how to handle his town, but he has no idea how to handle this. Hollis Templeton and her team from the Special Crimes Unit, including her partner and lover, telepath Reese DeMarco, are called in to investigate.
But while the SCU has prepared them for the unknown, the incredible evil stalking Clarity shakes the team to their core when one of their own is targeted. Now Hollis, the "cat with nine lives" finds herself facing death again.
And this time, not even her partner can protect her....
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By shelley on 03-10-17
Great follow up to Fear the Dark
Once again Kay Hooper has written another excellent suspense book that uses psychic investigators to solve a mystery that appears to be beyond the norm.
In this book townspeople begin having unusual fatal accidents, the accidents then begin to look like killings but again very unusual. The sheriff (who may be a latent psychic) calls Bishop to send in "special investigators". Some of the investigators are born with their abilities others get them later in life due to traumatic events. So the team leader is fairly new to her abilities and throughout the course of this book she learns just how strong she has become. Very interesting and written in a way that makes you believe this could actually happen.
Joyce Bean does an excellent job narrating this and many of the other Kay Hooper books.
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By Amazon Customer on 04-04-17
Amazing as always!
Kay Hooper has an amazing talent! I love her Bishop books! I own them all as books as well as on audio. I have only once been disappointed in an audio version, and that was because I am military so hearing the acronym spelled out vocally as "A S A P" instead of pronounced as the word "Asap" was really grating LoL. I loved the styles of both Bresnahan and Bean for Kay Hooper's books.
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