Wednesday, November 18, 2015

A Bullet for the Ghost Whisper by Stan Schatt- my review

 I know I am a couple days late posting this but I got sidetracked. On Amazon I gave it five stars because it is a well written mystery by Stan Schatt that kept me turning each page. Once I started, I could not stop reading until the end.
The story is about a female detective named Frankie Ryan on the ropes for overstepping her boundaries in solving cases. She is added by a reporter, Josh that has a mysterious friend called "Andy" that sees things before they happen. Josh the reporter has her as his guardian (somewhat) being a physic. His being a physic like his forefathers before him had Andy as his connection.
The addition of a physic to the case leads Frankie down the path to solving it as he has done on occasions before. Frankie starts out trying to solve a case where no shooter could be there killing a CEO of a company on the verge of going public. Along the path, other murders get thrown into the mix including her partner and lover.
All in all the story has enough technology and paranormal activities to lock you into the story along with enough twists and turns.
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About the Author

Stan Schatt is a futurist, technologist, novelist, and a person curious about many things. His writing takes advantage of his wide-ranging work, from autopsy assistant to police department administrator, salesman, literature professor and telecommunications professor, technology analyst, and research director. He has always loved technology and politics almost as much as writing. Stan is also volunteer job acquisition facilitator for the unemployed in San Diego. He writes mysteries in Carlsbad, California, where he lives with his wife, Jane. Find Stan at (website & blog) and on Twitter at @stanschatt

Schatt, Stan. A Bullet for the Ghost Whisperer (Kindle Locations 3729-3736). Pen-L Publishing.

Thanks for dropping by and I hope you enjoy this book as much as I did. Check it out if you like mystery/suspense books. A.G. Talk back I'm listening. 

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