Caleb Everett knows murder. He's seen inside the minds of psychopaths, sociopaths and the deranged, and witnessed crimes of passion, hate, opportunity and revenge. But Caleb Everett isn't a profiler or a cop ... he's a psychic. Teaming up with Homicide Detective Jack Rafferty, he uses his ability to catch murderers before they kill again, and potential murderers before they kill at all. This time around Caleb has two cases demanding his attention; one perpetrator out for revenge and a serial killer sending sinners to Hell at the flick of a match. And if that isn't enough to deal with, Caleb also has a target on his back. Someone wants his world to unravel and is plucking at the threads. If Caleb succeeds in solving these cases will he be damning himself by saving the innocent?
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Back into the world of murder and mayhem I delved with Take Me to Hell by TJ Spade and just like with book one; I was on the edge of my seat from the beginning. These books have so many twists and turns that I get whiplash following the storyline. And that just makes me want to devour them faster. I love books where just when you think you’ve got a handle on the whodunit, the author throws you a curveball from left field. It keeps me engaged, entertained and fascinated.
I also love the characters. They are flawed, entertaining and close-knit. I like those kinds of crews within books. And I love that we get to follow them over the series of books. I’m not usually a huge fan of thrillers. I tend to be on the sensitive side, meaning I get nightmares easily, and I have no problems reading these. I love that because I love a good mystery novel, something that gets my blood pumping. But too many stories these days are all about the gore and not about the chase. Spade keeps you hooked by fast-paced action and adventure without the need for over the top bloody details.
I cannot wait for Take You Home to come out in December. It can’t come soon enough for me. And I really hope that it’s not the last we’ll be seeing of Caleb, Jack, Makayla and the crew. I’m starting to get attached. -Peace and Love, Buxom J
About the Author
T.J. Spade has two fascinations: Indiana Jones and the macabre. After trying to be Indy for a while and earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Archaeological Practice, T.J is now satisfying interest number two by plotting murder … on paper only of course.