Cameron Dawson's got a past he can't seem to shake, but he's hoping to change that. He's moved back home to Faith, New Mexico, and taken a job as assistant sheriff. What he doesn't realize is that his newest nightmare's about to begin. Strange things are happening. People are disappearing, and for others, it's far worse...
Distance separates them
Miles away in Albuquerque, Kyle Bancroft's life is spinning out of control. She's seeing, hearing, and dreaming things she can't explain: flashbacks to World War II and an eerie hospital ward with locked doors, empty gurneys, and guttural screams. To make matters worse, a ghostly green-eyed girl is complicating her visions with an urgent message: time is running out.
A dark secret connects them
Kyle's otherworldly encounters are driving her straight toward Faith...and right into Cameron's life. The body count is rising, the pressure is mounting, and the clock is ticking as they rush to uncover a dangerous secret hiding just below the surface of this all-American town - one that's threatening to destroy Faith and everyone in it. A secret they must hunt down quickly... even if it costs them their own lives.
A voice from the grave will draw them together
©2013 Andrew E. Kaufman (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
Excellent book. I highly recommend his books. Very refreshing, new take on the genre. Good to the last page.
I give this book 5 stars. Andrew kept me engaged from the 1st page . I hope to see another story about Kyle & Cameron. I never saw this ending coming. I look forward to more from Andrew Kaufman.
"The Medium and the ..."
Top twenty, the narrator did a great job!
THE FIRST CHAPTER!!!!!!!
Yes, I have. I have listened/read "The Lion, The Lamb, The Hunted, TWISTED (my favorite), Darkness and Shadows and now this. This is much more graphic -yeah!😁 TWISTED, well, the name describes it all, (even though he didn't narrate it) and Darkness and Shadows the best thing about that book was Bullet,(the dog.)
The Medium and the.....
Great book, had me on the edge of my seat,. Not for the faint of heart! FIRST CHAPTER is a killer!
I really enjoyed this book. The narrator kept was great and kept me listening to the book. the book was suspenseful and kept you thinking and guessing throughout the entire book.
"I love Kaufman!"
Of all the books I've read that have been categorized as a thriller/horror, none have fit into the category as Andrew E. Kaufman's books do. I have been hooked on his writing ever since picking up the book Twisted which is by far the most...well...twisted novel I've ever read. This book easily gets second place!
There are two main characters living in different parts of New Mexico. How they are connected is one of the twists in the book! For the most part, it seems most of the plot itself is full of complicated twists and turns that are impossible to predict.
I have read the book and listened to the audiobook. I probably read the book too fast since I was so into it, but the audiobook was so thrilling, I ended up turning on the lights while listening in bed in the dark one night.
Despite what the other reviews say about this book this is by far one of my new favorite books! I don't think the other reviews are from readers who understood that this book has GORE and VIOLENCE! It's not for the faint of heart. I am stressing that this is a psychological thriller and anyone who's a fan of that genre, will love this book!
I was immediately swallowed up into the story, and did not put this book down until I was finished. I was so anxious to find out what was happening in the story, that "one more chapter" ended up in me completing the book in a day. I love Kaufman's books and hope there will be more to come!
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