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Lotus Effect

A Psychological Thriller
Narrated by: Victoria Villarreal
Length: 6 hrs and 29 mins
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From USA Today best-selling author Trisha Wolfe comes her most gripping psychological thriller yet.

Lakin Hale, true crime writer and victim of an attack that left her for dead, helps crime solvers and victims close cold cases, yet there is one crime she hasn't been able to solve:

Her own.

As she embarks on a new case, working closely with Special Agent Rhys Nolan, the details of the murder begin to eerily resemble the event that nearly ended her life. A silhouette of a man haunts her dreams, but there were only two people there that night - Lakin and her murderer. Is the phantom hero who pulled her from the water a delusion, or is he the only one who can unlock her dark memories?

Buried in a watery grave of lotuses, the victim calls out to Lakin, unearthing painful memories of what was stolen from her that fateful night. For those that played a part, it's now time to answer for their sins.

©2019 Trisha Wolfe (P)2019 Trisha Wolfe

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Unable to suspend my common sense

I enjoyed this book and finished it but why would the FBI work with a victim of amnesia/attempted murder to solve cold cases? Totally unbelievable. BUT! I did finished it and enjoyed the characters even if Lakin makes ridiculous mistakes. It had surprises that I didn’t expect and I liked Lakin and Rhys though I usually get bored with romance added to a good mystery. Narrator was excellent and emphasized Lakin’s flat affect from her trauma. I hope that was the point of some of her decisions and outbursts. Fast forwarded thru 20% because of repetition. That all being said, I did enjoy the book and didn’t consider returning just not stellar.

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