On any night, 1 person in 200 is homeless. Someone is targeting Adelaide’s homeless. Men are disappearing off the streets, and body parts are turning up in a local dump. Still haunted by her last run-in with a serial killer, Cass Lehman is trying hard to focus on the future. That’s not easy when she has the ‘gift’ of retrocognition the ability to spontaneously re-live the last minutes of a person’s life. Cass and Detective Ed Dyson are now trying to make a normal home together, but when she gets entangled in Ed’s latest case things are far from normal. A twisted tale of love, desperation and murder. When the psychic meets the psychotic, who will come out unscathed?
I didn’t enjoy this book to be honest. It didn’t grab me, and there was too much going on in the story. It probably doesn’t help that afterwards, I discovered that the book is the third in a series. I didn’t like the characters, and couldn’t put myself into the story.