My thoughts: I give it ❤️❤️. I enjoyed this book. Mostly. I liked the MCs and I liked their interaction. But there wasn’t enough backstory; there was just enough to make me feel like I was missing something. I had to double check to make sure that this was, indeed, the first book of a series. I liked the mystery up to the point where the villan was revealed. His motives were non-existent to say the least. I wanted to know how he was able to do what he did and I wanted to know why he did what he did. The explanation given was unsatisfactory. Also, the question I asked myself at the end was if this bad guy was such a strong psychic with telekinesis, how are they going to keep him locked up? Huh? The ending was too staged and there was very little information was given as to the motive. But, as I said at the beginning. I enjoyed this book.
Liam Baker can see things. Dead people like to visit him and tell them how they were wronged. Some might call it a gift, other’s a curse. But either way this ability makes him useful to Los Angeles homicide detective Kimball Thompson.
Some madman is slitting the throats of young male prostitutes and then dumping their bodies in the desert with vague clues of pink feathers and the number five. Usually Liam can talk to the spirits of the dead. But someone is blocking him. Someone is taunting him.
The case is rapidly deteriorating into a violent, psychic pissing contest and Liam can’t see far enough ahead to figure out who wins or who dies.