Crack. Rock. Crystal. Dead faces stand at city crossroads and sell their wares to the hopeless - the forgotten - in exchange for their souls. The war isn't overseas. It isn't south of the border. It's in Everytown, USA. FBI Agent Jack Davis is neck deep in a dark urban war and it's not some pansy-ass X-Box Modern Warfare fantasy. He's caught in the crossfire of a war that rages on in the bleak and brutal streets.
"Watch the racial stereotypes"
The story may have been a good one but I could not get past the "reading in black voice". It was too much.
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.
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Meeting ex-FBI agent Jack Davis in the middle of a shootout is the best thing that could have happened to Vivien Chase. But Jack has no idea how deep - and how deadly - his involvement with the mysterious young bookkeeper will get. The pretty accountant may be able to pull a trigger as well as she manipulates a spreadsheet, but her talents may add up to zero if a killer gets their way. As Jack follows Vivien into a lethal web of deceit, years in the making, the only thing that might save them - time - is running out...