Trisa's Reading Room

Thursday, July 27, 2006

The Vision

Heather Graham's latest novel, "The Vision" takes place during a salvage diving expedition, when Genevieve Wallace has a vision that uncovers a serial killer that is way too close for comfort. I actually didn't see this one coming.

Killer Takes All

In Erica Spindler's "Killer Takes All", role playing games are taken to a new level after ex-detective Stacy Killian discovers her friend murdered next door. While she unofficially investigates, she draws the killer's attention. Unsatisfying not only for the wacked identity of the killer at large, but also for the lack of justice. You just never know about kids these days.

lost boy lost girl/In the Night Room

I read these books out of order...I have a knack for finding series books and starting nowhere near the beginning. In any case, this story begins with "lost boy lost girl" by Peter Straub. It sucks to be author Tim Underhill. His sister in law commits suicide, his nephew disappears, and his investigation into matters clouds the veracity of his current best selling novel.

"In the Night Room" contains a story within a story, yet the one I was interested in turned out to be secondary and fictional. The worlds of fantasy and reality collide. Fiction becomes reality, as far as the strange candy fetish can carry it.

Confused? Yeah, me too.


 

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