GREY DAZE descends. A fresh murder spins out of control, twisting into new realms of paranormal mystery.
Not for the faint of heart, the third in the Lance Underphal Mystery series, is an interplay of corrupt characters immersed in today’s world.
Paranormal twists and fast action in movie-like scenes set the story’s mystery/thriller elements apart from the typical whodunit/serial-killer thriller.
Guided by his dead wife, a reluctant psychic finds himself on a wild ride through a criminal underworld, slamming face first into corrupt police, gunrunning bikers, and a drug addicted killer–not to mention confrontations with the dead.
Layers of plots within plots twist this new thriller into a startling climax.
Pretty good book here. Lance is a psychic and has to solve a murder. His late wife is his helper and guide throughout but he also has a host of friends helping him. His wife's ghost isn't the only one he sees but she is the one helping. He has a lot of investigating to do and runs into a crazy world full of corruption.
I wasn't certain how I was going to like the murder/mystery/paranormal mixture, but I really enjoyed this. It isn't the first in the series, but I didn't have a problem getting to know the characters or getting into the story. Lance is reluctant with the psychic stuff but he is good at it. His 'back up' and lady friend are awesome and written well. The author does a good job with imagery and you really do feel like you are in the story. The twists and turns the story took will keep you interested from start to finish.
This is a 4/5 for me.
Thank you to the author/publisher for the review copy of this book (via PUYB). I received this book in exchange for an honest review and the opinions stated above are 100% mine.