Saturday, June 13, 2009


By author Andie Lee Peck Genre: Mystery/Suspense/Police Procedual/Psychological Thriller REVIEW Michael, and Lenie work together on criminal cases in the world of crime. There are many violent offenders, with fifteen names on a list of victims. Is Father Thomas on that list, and who sought revenge? Who left a red patent leather high-heel shoe behind, and is this evidence related to the call girl escort? Michael continues to experience terrifying dreams, while a missing woman is found dead in a river, and toe-tags are placed on a dead body, covered with puncture wounds. Who is known as "The Artist" and why? Where are preserved heads found, and what was the symbolic message attached to this evil act? Should Brian Thomas beg for mercy? What happened to Megan Young? How many more women are missing, and found dead? How many bodies were encased in plaster of paris, and who is the killer? I recommend "ABSTRACT MURDER" to all horror, and mystery lovers. There are three different killers, and the reader will be able to visualize what makes them tick in this disturbing, psychological suspense, told from various characters with dangerous minds. Andie Lee Peck cleverly pens this horror, suspenseful story in a flash forward, the past and the present time, while pointing to good versus evil. As the reader is taken on an emotional roller coaster ride, continuous twists and turns will keep you on the edge of your seat. If you were an Alfred Hitchcock fan, then you will enjoy this wild, mysterious ride through the character's lives, and psyches that send chills up your spine. "ABSTRACT MURDER" is a nail-biting tense thriller, as chilling as "COPYCAT." This novel is as intense as "The BONE COLLECTOR." A taut, riveting thriller that will keep you guessing as if viewing "KISS THE GIRLS" with Morgan Freeman, and Ashley Judd. Geraldine Ahearn AIOM HonDG (IBC) CCRN/author of 6 books Founding Member ABI Women's Review Board

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