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Synopsis: A Serial Killer Plagues an Island Paradise... Vigilante detective Emily Stone continues her covert pursuits to find serial killers and child abductors, all under the radar while shadowing police investigations. Emily searches for an abducted nine-year-old girl taken by ruthless and enterprising slave brokers. Following the clues from California to the garden island of Kauai, she begins to piece together the evidence and ventures deep into the jungle. It doesn't take long before Emily is thrown into the middle of murder, mayhem, and conspiracy. Locals aren't talking as a serial killer now stalks the island, taking women in a brutal frenzy of ancient superstitions and folklore. Local cops are unprepared for what lies ahead. In a race against the clock, Emily and her team must identify the killer before time runs out.
There really is nothing like reading a story that keeps your attention and makes it difficult to put it down! Of course some housework goes untouched while you are reading but that's OK. I am a big fan of thriller's that have you wondering who did it and why and really takes you through the whole process of how it get's solved. It's one thing to watch a movie but something totally different when you let your imagination paint the picture for you. In Dark Mind, you are not only taken from California to Kauai, paradise if you ask me, but taken through an investigation with Emily and her team who is in search of a serial killer. This story does not stop from the moment it starts. Fast, Fast, Fast paced is how the story goes and you can't help but run with it. The fact that it is written by an actual criminologist really gives you a great insight into how crimes are solved and the things they experience. A great story for anyone looking for an edge of your seat read!
About the author: Jennifer Chase holds a bachelor degree in police forensics and a master's in criminology. In addition, she holds certifications in serial crime and criminal profiling. She s a member of the International Association of Forensic Criminologists. She is a freelance writer, award winning author, and criminologist. She has an intense curiosity about crime and the varied connections between the actual crime and the criminal mind. Her academic background has helped to prepare her to write in the thriller and true crime genres.
To purchase your own copy of Dark Mind, visit AMAZON or BARNES AND NOBLE and get in on paperback for $12.66. You can also get it your KINDLE or NOOK for $2.99. This is one book in her Emily Stone series, to see some of her other works, visit her website HERE or follow her on FACEBOOK or TWITTER.
**I received a copy of this book for my review. However these opinions and views are my own.