Author: Robert Logan
Publisher: The Peppertree Press
Publication Date: February 10, 2012
Summary: (From Amazon) In the mountainous outskirts of Boulder, Colorado a serial killer begins killing people in the same exact manner as four unsolved murders in the area from forty-one years ago. The police suspect a copycat. But when Jack Corbitt experiences a bizarre phenomenon, he begins to believe the police are dead wrong. During a series of a new life saving cancer treatment, Jack's brain is somehow able to open a mysterious portal to the past. He is stunned to discover that he is able to communicate with Maggie Roper, a newspaper reporter from forty-one years ago who is investigating the unsolved murders. The telepathic connections come in the form of dreams after each treatment. Jack helps Maggie investigate the brutal murders of the four people in 1971. By doing so, he discovers that a serial killer is not only murdering people in the present, but is also slicing through time as well. Using the same para-psychological event as Jack, the killer is able to commit these gruesome crimes again in the past. Knowing that his telepathic abilities will likely end when his treatments are finished, Jack must race against time - and through time to stop a deranged present day serial killer who has the ability to murder through the mind of a serial killer in the past. Jack knows that the only way to stop this psychotic murderer is -In Dreams.
Review: Jack has been battling cancer all his life, and when it makes reappearance after being gone for many years he is willing to do anything to get rid of it. There is a new medical procedure that sends him into crazy dreams that he is sure are affecting current events. When he tries to alter the outcomes he realizes he is having quite the impact on current events as well.
I read this book very quickly and it was a great book for that. It kept me interested throughout but when I was done with it I felt a bit unfulfilled. I don’t think there was a single twist in the plot and you knew exactly how the story would play out from very early on. I’m always waiting for that great twist and I was even making up ones in my head before the book ended, but nothing like that ever happened. I’m not sure if it was too much foreshadowing or just too much of a straight forward story, but it disappointed me. If you like thrillers this one is a good pick, especially for its uniqueness. But if you’re like me and need some big plot twists this might not be the book for you!