A must for fans of Psychic Detective Mysteries with a twist. Streaming Sarah is like Ghost Whisperer meets Dead Files. In 2035 Portland, Oregon, a Homicide Detective awakens from a coma with the ability to see into parallel worlds. A Doppelgänger teaches her to stream the soul and memories of her Department’s murdered victims to bring their killers to justice.
Dying was the break she needed…
Or so she thought. Homicide Detective Katie Hanson prided herself on being an advocate for the dead. When she returns home from the hospital after a near-death experience, she realizes the door to the spirit world remained open… wide open. Now Katie hears voices, sees things that are not there, the murder victims of her Department’s cold cases are haunting her, beginning with Sarah Alexander and her two children. As Katie navigates the waters of being a medium in search of the truth behind Sarah and her children’s horrific murder, she finds that she is also able to see into a parallel world, where her doppelgänger P-Kate helps her learn to stream Sarah’s consciousness, her memories, her very soul. Thinking she is on the edge of the truth, Katie realizes that a dead person’s memory of the events can be as flawed as the living: Sarah’s testimony does not match the evidence.
Houston Style Magazine – Walk-In Investigations: Blistering Paranormal Detective Mystery, Hailed “Thought-Provoking” by Critics, Solves Cold Case in Parallel Universe.
“If You Want Something Different in a Detective Novel – Try This! by Kathy H”
I really enjoyed this book; what a novel approach to the murder mystery world! Something definitely different in the often over-worked detective mystery genre. The characters were engaging, and likable – with quirky, amusing personalities. My husband is an ex-criminal attorney, and he once represented a man accused of murder. There were 14 witnesses to the crime – and there were 14 wildly varying accounts of what happened. Not what we see on TV, with neatly tied up storylines! The author takes it to a new level within the spirit world – and how their witness accounts, and personal feelings, play into the facts of the case. Who and how did the crime really happen? If I were to offer constructive criticism of the book, I wish the book had been fleshed out a bit more so I could have enjoyed longer! It was a great first work by a new author, and I look forward to further installments. It would also make a great TV series!