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Killer in Sight by Sandra Carrington-Smith
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Aug 15, 12

Read from August 06 to 15, 2012

Sandra Carrington-Smith leads off with a glimpse of the victim's thoughts and feelings before her murder. She sets the scene so vividly that as the story progresses the reader mentally returns often to the scene of the crime as Detective Lackey and his photographer girlfriend piece together clues. There are several well developed suspects and each time I thought I could guess the end there was a twist and another connection between a possible suspect and victim. Through each character we learn more about the victim, Tracey and the relationships of her family, friends, room mates, and lovers. To add unique flavor to the mystery is a bit of paranormal suspense as Tracey's sister imaginary friend,Lily, moves the story forward. The flavor of the paranormal is just enough that every reader can picture the sequences without it "being over the top." I love that the story held my interest to the very last page and every question I had about a character was answered. I very much look forward to reading Sandra's other books
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