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- Print Length: 284 pages
- Publisher: Polaris Press (29 Oct. 2008)
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B001JJBLSQ
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- Average Customer Review: 809 customer reviews
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Murder on The Mind (The Jeff Resnick Mystery Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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His older step-brother is a somewhat conflicted character who has not yet worked out how to deal with his inherited wealth. He would happily share it with Jeff, but he is too proud to accept help. Interestingly Richard's partner is a black woman which could prove to be more of a problem in the following books?
Jeff Resnick is badly beaten up and when he eventually regains consciousness, he finds that he is being haunted by a series of visions of a brutal murder.
He moves to Buffalo to recover at his brother Richard’s home. He manages to convince Richard that these visions are real so his (very patient) brother drives him around as he tries to uncover the murderer of Matt Sumner using this new found gift (curse?).
Sometimes you just stumble upon a book that makes you so grateful that there are authors that just KNOW how to tell a story and keep you wanting to read to the end to see how the plot is going to unfold.
Jeff Resnick is an unwilling hero, and like the other people in the story, you come to like them all and by the end of the book, they feel like friends. Only an author with special gifts can make you feel like this. I’m definitely going to be following Jeff in the future.
How can you have a murder mystery when you are told the killers name about half way through? For me the psychic element did not work either. I felt the characters were somehow under developed and I didn't get a real sense of who they were. There was enough pace to keep this story moving forward and this is one of its plus points. I'm note sure how much information people would give to an amateur detective, or how much the police would let him do, but Miss Marple always manages.
Overall it is not a bad book and if you kept reading the series you would get to know the main protagonist better.
A quick read, I finished it in an afternoon. Great pacing kept me turning the pages and the excellent characterisation in the novel made the story seem completely believable...even when it wasn't.
It kept me interested as it was filled with mystery and suspense, where Jeff Resnick uses his unique skills to investigate...
I don't give spoilers, but will say that this book is worth reading, especially for those who enjoy this genre.
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