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Seeing the future

By On Jun 30 2012, 7:59 am

If only I'd known that accident was up ahead. I'd have taken a different route and not been late for work.

If only I'd known that guy was going to break my heart. I wouldn't have given him a second look.

If only I'd known I would lose my job. I would never have bought that house.

If only I'd known that rock was loose. I would never have stepped out on that overhang and broken my leg.

If only…

Have you ever wondered what your life would be like if you could have seen the dangers that were ahead of you and prevented them from happening?

But what about the darker things in life? Things like the death of someone you know? A dangerous situation facing a loved one. A killer's stalking?

Well, that's the premise of Killer Moves.


Six years ago, Kara Bryant tapped into the mind of a serial killer—and nearly became his last victim. Her FBI colleague and lover, Davis Martin, put the murderer behind bars, then devastated her with his abrupt rejection. Worse, the vivid nightmares that followed her to her desert retreat have recently taken a fresh, frightening turn.

She should have foreseen that Davis would turn up. She’s just not sure her still-broken heart can take the strain.

Davis thought he’d made the right decision for everyone involved in a case that almost ended in disaster, thanks to his mistakes. But with a new string of killings that one by one is taking out the women of his past, suddenly he wonders if he let the real Death Angel get away. Kara is the only one who can help him nail the bastard for good this time—if she can forgive him.

He wasn’t expecting the woman he never stopped loving to love him back. Nor is he prepared to come face-to-face with Kara’s secret. One that raises the stakes impossibly high.

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So what do you think? Is it worth it? Would you like to see into the future or are some things best left alone?

All the best…

Mary Eason!/maryeason


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