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Eve has moved to Minneapolis where she is holding down a job as a bartender at a place popular with the police. In the bar, she encounters detective Noah Webster, and finds herself attracted to him. But Eve's past has left her with deep emotional scars, and she's not even prepared to consider the possibility of a new relationship. Noah, also, is attracted to her, but is still suffering from the loss of his wife and child, and has turned to alcoholism as a refuge. They are a damaged couple. But Eve is also a student taking a degree in abnormal psychology, and her speciality subject is the pathology of serial killers. She has also decided that she wants to help those who have become addicted to a virtual role-playing site called Shadowland, in which players configure new identities and faces. But she encounters a sinister and ruthless killer who appears to have almost total omnipotence -- and his ability to second-guess the police makes him well-nigh untouchable. Eve is once again to venture into the furthest reaches of terror.
I Can See You quickly demonstrates that Karen Rose has lost none of the skills so evident in her debut novel, and the orchestration of suspense in this book is as adroit as before. While the serial killer narrative is in danger of being sorely overused these days, Rose distracts our attention from this possible pitfall by drawing with skill the relationship between her two damaged protagonists, Eve and the troubled detective Noah. You may feel you’ve read one too many novels about omniscient criminals, but you would be doing yourself a disservice by ignoring this one. --Barry Forshaw --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
This book is the next in the series concerning Evie. Even though I guessed the Killer early on, it was still enjoyable and learning about Avatars was interesting.Published 14 days ago by Amazon Customer
Like most of the books and like to follow up on characters used in earlier books, Evie done well in this book.Published 3 months ago by Ruth Hoggin
Another great book by Karen Rose, twisting and turning all the way to the end! Nice to see a few of the characters from the others books making an appearance too.Published 4 months ago by L. Macbeth
Excellent read as ever. I couldn't put it down, just had to keep reading - a very addictive page turner.Published 6 months ago by N S.
A good read with lots if twists. Was kind of repetitive and predictable in some areas. Way too many characters.Published 6 months ago by Phoebe Collins