Nanny and amateur photographer, Kristin, is plagued by a horrifying recurring nightmare. In the nightmare, she arrives at the aftermath of a shootout where she spies four bodies and a detective, and she can't help but photograph the ghastly scene. The following morning, Kristin is greeted with this very same scene as she walks to work. And she is terrified by the realisation of her dream.
Kristin's life is complicated: her lover, Michael, is married, and the father of the children she looks after. His wife is a nasty, icy woman. But things are set to get worse. She starts seeing people on the streets of New York whom she knows are dead: her grandfather, a local from her home town. And when she studies her photographs of these people, their bodies appear to be transparent, just like the bodies in the photographs of her nightmare. Kristin feels like she's going mad; nothing seems to make any sense.
©2007 James Patterson; (P)2007 Hachette Audio
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I would not try another book written by these two authors together although the narrator, Ilyana Kadushin did OK with a ridiculous story.
I have loved all James Patterson Books, and although I saw this was written jointly with Howard Roughan thought it would be as good. Nowhere does it say its a supernatural novel (I am not a fan of this genre with the exception of Stephen King who is the master at it). If you are a fan of James Patterson and loved his Murder Club novels, Alex Cross and his other stand alone novels do not bother with this one - complete waste of time.
She was Ok but my dislike was coloured by the story
All of them - book was a waste of time
Very disappointing having been a fan of James Patterson for many years. I feel the write up on Audible's website should have denoted the fact that this is a supernatural novel - it was very misleading.
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