Unforeseen (Thomas Prescott 1)
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A Tenth Anniversary Edition of the one that started it all...
Retired homicide detective Thomas Prescott is reluctant to read the best selling book Eight in October, a true-crime thriller based on a string of murders occurring throughout October of the past year. After all, it was his case, and he doesn t need to be reminded of the gruesome details. The book dubbed the serial killer, Tristen Grayer, The MAINEiac. Grayer is allegedly dead, but only Prescott knows the truth, Grayer is alive and lurking in the shadows. On October 1st, the anniversary of the first murder, Tristen resurfaces, killing someone special from Prescott's past. Suddenly, it s deja vu for Prescott except this time the women closest to him begin to fall victim at the hands of Grayer. With the help of former flame, medical examiner Dr. Caitlin Dodds, and Eight in October author, Alex Tooms, Prescott must race against the clock to stop Tristen from completing his encore.
Slow bubbling volcano
I happened to read gray matter first so in the beginning I was comparing unforeseen to that book, which I should not have but did. It took a while longer to get into but the character development came on strong through the middle and the center pieces began to really take on a true life voice and image. In the end I could not put the book down and just finished it on a plane in the Baltimore airport layover terminal. I usually just play cribbage so to get me away from that and glued to the ending means that nick has some serious skills. Nice work. Look forward to the next one, cheers
After stumbling across Gray Matter and absolutely loving it, I naturally sought out other books by this author. Delighted to find Unforeseen, and disappointed there was not a list of 10 others books by this author whom I had not heard of before. Now I just have to wait for his next one. But when he does have 10 books under his belt, he won't be so obscure. He will have the fame he deserves for writing such entertaining, clever, witty and suspenseful prose.
This book was awesome! Can't wait to read gray matter!