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PSI: Blue: Case Files of Rae Murphy Hiyakawa (Psychic Sensory Investigation (PSI) Book 1) by [Walker, Robert W.]
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  • Print Length: 288 pages
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  • Publisher: Instinct Ink Bks./ robertwalkerbooks.com; 1 edition (17 April 2010)
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  • Language: English
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I could not get on with this book. The chapters went from one individual to another therefore the books did not flow for me. It is more on the psychic line.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9d1bf5dc) out of 5 stars 8 reviews
24 of 26 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9d439414) out of 5 stars Where is the editor???? 14 July 2010
By bookwormgrrrl - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
First of all, let me say that the book has an intriguing concept and interesting plot. It is therefore a real shame that it was apparently written by a teenager with abysmal writing skills. It was just about impossible for me to slog through prose rife with not only typos, but blatantly improper word usage (thrown/throne, chute/shoot, chic/sheik, there/they're, cahoots/cohorts, pale/pail, your/you're) and ubiquitous use of 'd contractions. This author claims a long biography full of not much, and could have used some of those words in the content of his 'novel', by adding a few "would" "could" "did" "had" and other words to avoid such abominations as "Gene'd" and "the dog'd". I finally gave up trying to get through it. It reads like a self-published fantasy, and I am disgusted that I paid money to Amazon for it. AVOID.
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
By Lynda Birlew - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
The first chapter had me hooked, then
I read the rest. Rae's whining and
pissy attitude just got on my nerves. Her
daughter really needed an attitude adjustment. The final chapter was worth
reading but nothing in between was.

I'm glad I checked it out of the library instead of spending money.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By Richard S. Friedman - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
It takes a very special writer to be able to combine multiple genres. Often writers standout in a specific genre..be it mystery or horror or paranormal...rare is it that a writer can combine them all and come up with a brilliant final product. The legendary writer Robert W. Walker has done just that with PSI:BLUE.

The plot is instantly absorbing, as a quick look at the synopsis will promise an intriquing read. Mr. Walker delivers on this promise. The aim of this review is to go beyond the plot and into the overall writing, as it is the true star. PSI:BLUE has it all. From the suspense and thriller aspects..spot on..the paranormal elements are perfectly weaved into the novel to enhance the plot and characters,not overshadow them. What is the cherry on top of this unforgetable book is the humor! Mr. Walker has used his razor sharp skills at molding prose to produce a magnificently hilarious book at the same time as retaining a level of suspense and edge of your seat mood. This very skill at magically inter-weaving genres so that each compliments the other is the keystone that has resulted in a truly remarkable read and a book I recommend without hesitation to all who crave a great read.


5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa6be2360) out of 5 stars Not For Me 24 Jun. 2009
By C. Fox - Published on Amazon.com
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I enjoy fiction about psychics and paranormal investigations, along with an occasional non-fiction book or televison show on these subject. I've also read some of Walker's other books and liked them. However, this book was not for me. I just could not get interested so I passed it one to someone who was. Don't let my review stop any purchase, please; just read the info more carefully than I did.
6 of 10 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa6be203c) out of 5 stars Creepy Thriller 1 Feb. 2007
By D.S. Dollman - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
If you're seeking something creepy, twisted and bizarre, you'll find it in Robert Walker's latest work of fiction, Psi Blue. Walker is the author of more than 40 novels, including the critically acclaimed City for Ransom, and Psi Blue is his most recent achievement in thrills and suspense, though hopefully not his last.

Psi Blue is a psychic sensory thriller filled with truly evil characters and a relentless detective who tracks them straight to their personal hell. Aurelia Hiyakawa, a psychic-sensory investigator for the Quntico, Virginia FBI, is dedicating all she has--including her sanity and sobriety--to track the missing children of Phoenix, Arizona, and thankfully, her instincts--and track record--are always right on.

Aurelia, or Rae, is a ghost talking, alcoholic detective with an eclectic family background and a daughter, Nia, who is justifiably filled with teen angst considering the nature of her mother's work. Rae's parents, who appear to her as ghosts, comfort and advise her, and sometimes kick her in the seat of her self-pitying pants, generally about her drinking. Rae's father was a Japanese Buddhist, and her mother, whose religion was a mix of Celtic and Wiccan traditions, practiced the healing arts. Her father was killed by a drunk-driving priest, and her mother overdosed on Valium, but they continue to visit Rae with the hopes of helping her through her ongoing issues over their deaths. Rae, who seems to obsess on the advice of her psychiatrist, is constantly psycho-analyzing herself, a great benefit to her investigative efforts as she is also required to analyze the psychology of the perpetrators she seeks.

At times, this book crosses over into the realm of graphic horror fiction with its detailed depictions of violence against children and other victims, but the violence does fit with the carefully developed pathological behaviors of the perpetrators, and would certainly not seem gratuitous or exaggerated to those who have worked as crime scene investigators or detectives. These horrific depictions are also a byproduct of Walker's trademark, profoundly-thorough writing style. Overall, Psi Blue is an impressive, thrilling, nail-nibbling novel filled with just the right balance of suspense and blessed relief.
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