Death Unmasked by Rick Sulik
Version: Kindle Edition
264 pages | Pub Date: 01 December 2015 | Christopher Matthews Publishing
A reincarnated evil is stalking the women of Houston. With each murder, the madman quotes an excerpt from the Oscar Wilde poem, “The Ballad of Reading Gaol.” A huge smokestack belching smoke, a ragged flea market double-breasted wool coat, and an old antique picture frame, bring the distant past back to haunt Houston Homicide Detective, Sean Jamison. With those catalysts, Jamison knows who he was in a past life and that he lost the only woman he could ever love. Searching for his reincarnated mate becomes Jamison’s raison d’être as he and fellow detectives scour Houston for a brutal serial killer. The memory of timeless love drives Jamison’s dogged search for a serial killer, determined to finish what he started decades earlier.
Each clue brings Jamison closer to unmasking his old nemesis. Tenacious police work, lessons learned in the past, and intuition may be the only weapons he has in preventing history from repeating itself.
This book was received in exchange for an honest review
This is story of Homicide Detective, Sean Jamison, knows his past lives and who they were. But now he is on the hunt for a serial killer, who he seems to be able to get in his head but isunlucky in locating him, when he sees an old coat with patches sewn on them, he recognises it as the coat from his previous past life as Emil, but Emil died very tragically after his wife Laura was brutally raped and murdered. And now he feels that the coat will take him to his re-incarnated wife. But it will also lead the serial killer to them.
When he meets the present day Laura they are both instantly aware of each other from their past lives, but he needs to keep her safe.
With the help of a team of think tank detectives they are now on the hunt for the killer and are getting very close.
This is a really good paranormal thriller, with psychic abilities, just to open your mind to the possibilities and it will take you where you need to be and in this it takes us straight to the killer and his finale.
Although slow to start, I found this an enjoyable read, although I couldn’t understand Roman’s dislike of Jamison, this kept interfering in the investigation and he seemed to get a bit to hotheaded a lot.
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