A mysterious woman in Portland, Oregon uncovers a disturbing crime scene after she senses evil within the building. When the police arrive she is unable to tell them her name, and so for the time being she is called Jane Doe.
Forensic psychiatrist Nathan Fox is given the task of helping Jane remember who she is. When a spate of brutal killings terrioze the city Fox discovers that Jane is the mysterious criptic link between the unrealted victims. If he’s going to solve the murders Fox must confront the dark truth of Jane’s past as well as his own, discard his black and white preconceptions, and look way beyond the spectrum of normal human experience.
I’m a huge fan of thrillers, and while I was aprenhensive about the supernatural aspects of the book I’m very pleased to say that the author managed to keep the storyline very believable. Very early on into the book I became very attached to the characters, and I couldn’t put the book down as I was eager to find out what lay ahead for them.
I can’t believe that I’ve only just recently discovered this very talented author, and I can’t wait to read his other books. If this book is anything to go by then I don’t doubt that I’ll enjoy reading them just as much as I did this one.
This book was sent to me to review by Transworld books as I’m part of their bloggers book group. If you’d like to take up their challenge then you can find more information on it here