Sunday, March 4, 2007

Blind Spot by Terri Persons

FBI agent Bernadette "Cat" Saint Claire has moved around the country for her job, thinking that her bosses are uncomfortable with the fact that she can read a killer's thoughts by holding something that they touched. Now recently settled in St Paul, Cat is working on a case where the murderer cuts off one of the victim's hands and separates it from the body. It appears that the killer is a vigilante who has his own brand of justice. Will Cat correctly be able to "read" the clues she gets in order to capture him? Persons writes a thriller similar to Jodi Compton.

1 comment:

Nonanon said...

My only question about this book's cover design is: are they trying to trick buyers of The Da Vinci Code into buying it? That's just eerie, isn't it?