And the world turns to black. Death comes for all of us. But it comes like a thief in the night. Not predicted in excruciating detail in a dream. Right?
A Kansas City billionaire recruits subjects for his neuroscience research on a platform of hope delving deeply into the mysterious neural pathways of memory and dreams.
But something has gone terribly wrong.
Research participants are having horrific nightmares, their dreams coming true with deadly consequences. It sounds like some kind of twilight zone madness. But people are dying. Their blood cries out. And Jack Davis, now an ex-FBI agent, must answer that call.
Jack fights his own demons, battling the rare movement disorder that forced him out of the FBI. His debilitating flare-ups color the backdrop as he investigates rage-filled murders and uncovers secrets, shattering long-held illusions and raising ghosts better left dead.
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I love espionage, legal, and detective thrillers but listen to most genres. Very frequent reviews. No plot spoilers! Please excuse my typos!
The Dead Man is Book 2 of Joel Goldman's Jack Davis series. It is an superb serial murder thriller with a surprise twist on the identity of the killer.
Jack Davis continues to have his severe whole body tremors that got him kicked out of the FBI. No physical cause has been found and the frequency and severity of the tremors get worse when he is under stress. He has a new partner in his efforts to track down the elusive serial killer.
As superb as The Dead Man is, the narration is even better. Kevin Foley gives each character, male and female, his/her own voice is many rapid fire verbal exchanges.
I like this novel and look forward to reading the third book in the series next.
More so, who cares?????
Do you really want to read a detective novel about an ex FBI agent who can't control his (shaking) body?
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