Waking Evil

Waking Evil

The Mindhunters

Book - 2009
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"Buffalo Springs, Tennessee, is a neighborly kind of place where folks leave their doors unlocked and crime is unheard-of. But once every generation, a strange red mist settles over the town, and with it come omens of death... When the body of a young woman is found, forensic investigator Ramsey Clark is called in. She knows about the legend of the mist and about the curse that has the entire town afraid of the dark. But Ramsey believes in evidence, not superstition, despite what she's told by the parapsychologist who's been dogging her every step. Then another murder rocks Buffalo Springs, and Ramsey begins to wonder if a killer is playing on everyone's fears or if a prophecy is indeed being fulfilled--one victim at a time."--p. [4] of cover.
Publisher: New York : Berkley Sensation, 2009
Edition: Berkley Sensation mass-market ed
ISBN: 9780425230718
0425230716
Characteristics: 375 p. ; 18 cm

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MlleJenLee
Jul 14, 2011

This book was equally as exciting as Brant's first Mindhunter novel, though I found it to be somewhat less exciting. Her vocabulary is excellent, though her use of certain words while trying to create small town characters seemed rather implausible. Overall, though, I was still surprised by the ending of this who-dunnit so I would still suggest the series.

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