After reading the first two books in the Winter Black series back-to-back, I was ready to get back to Winter and her FBI friends and colleagues.
The Preacher is back and killing again after over a decade, but Winter is excluded from the investigation. She understands the reason for her exclusion, so she gives in and joins Aiden and the Behavioral Analysis Unit in order to take part in a distanced way.
Just what I needed to keep my head away from all of the real-life issues that we all deal with now. Yeah, serial killers, FBI, BAU, and Winter's unusual gift. That's the ticket.
The main plot, however, deals with a sinister surgeon who has an unhealthy (deadly) interest in anyone who has had a traumatic brain injury and after recovering, exhibits some of the strange gifts that both Winter and her friend share.
I'll give the Winter Black series another rest before continuing, but I will be continuing.
I just finished this one last night. Science fiction and full of suspense and danger. Loved it!
description: "The Divide.
It’s the edge of the universe.
Now it’s collapsing—and taking everyone and everything with it.
The only ones who can stop it are the Sentinels—the recruits, exiles, and court-martialed dregs of the military.
At the Divide, Adequin Rake, commanding the Argus, has no resources, no comms—nothing, except for the soldiers that no one wanted.
They're humanity's only chance."
A great debut from J.S. Dewes! Review will be scheduled closer to publication date.
This would be the perfect year end Daylight Saving Time