In cities across North America people are dying in seemingly impossible ways. Is history’s most outrageous serial killer on the loose?
When LAPD Detective Sarah Tracy is secretly instructed to recruit Craig McIntyre to help her investigate the deaths, she is unaware that his mere presence can transform people’s darkest thoughts into action. As Sarah and Craig hunt the murky underbelly of LA for the malevolent figure responsible for the bizarre deaths, they stumble upon the most expensive narcotic ever to hit the streets – a substance that promises something so unbelievable that users are willing to risk death to experience it. With government black ops agency head Senator Tampoline always lurking in the shadows, Craig is used to being hunted. Now he is the hunter. And thousands could die if he fails to track down the killer.
Craig McIntyre is a private investigator, he also has a strange power that affects anyone around him when violence is about to erupt. They tend to turn on each other and not him…..when the Blue World hits watch out.
Senator Tampoline knows all about this and uses Craig for his own purposes, he doesn’t get a choice.
There have been some very odd deaths, a man’s bones disappeared, a woman cut in half without any blood being spilled and a man impaled on a tree. Is this a bizarre serial killer or something else?
A new drug has hit the streets, Paradise, but at $10k a hit it’s only for the wealthy…..but what does it do?
All the while The Man With The Dead Eyes is involved somehow…..
This is an odd one to categorise, as it’s a thriller but with a little sci-fi and black ops thrown in. Craig is an interesting character, troubled obviously but loyal to his friends and relies on Charlie a lot. Is there a romance brewing with the Detective Sarah?
Brutal, exciting and action packed with a clever, unique plot that will keep you guessing. A real page turner and I can thoroughly recommend it.
Thank you to Anne Cater and Random Things Tours for the opportunity to participate in this blog tour, for the promotional materials and a free copy of the book. This is my honest, unbiased review.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Gordon Brown has seven crime and thriller books published to date, along with a number of short stories (including a story in an Anthony Winning anthology). His latest novel, Highest Lives, is the fourth in the Craig McIntyre series. He also helped found Bloody Scotland, Scotland’s International Crime Writing Festival (see www.bloodyscotland.com), is a DJ on local radio (www.pulseonair.co.uk) and runs a strategic planning consultancy. Gordon lives in Scotland and is married with two children. In a former life he delivered pizzas in Toronto, sold non-alcoholic beer in the Middle East, launched a creativity training business, floated a high-tech company on the London Stock Exchange, compered the main stage at a two-day music festival and was once booed by 49,000 people while on the pitch at a major football Cup Final.
Want to know more – go to http://www.gordonjbrown.com/
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Paperback: 272 pages
- Publisher: Strident Publishing; 1st edition (8 Oct. 2019)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1910829382
- ISBN-13: 978-1910829387