CHILL OF FEAR
by Kay Hooper

August 2005
ISBN: 0-553-80317-4
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New York Times bestselling author Kay Hooper has penned another chilling tale of suspense and romance in Chill Of Fear


FBI agent Quentin Hayes’ special talents have helped him solve many cases since he joined Noah Bishops’ elite, controversial special crimes unit. But for all his gifts he has been haunted by a twenty-year old unsolved murder that occurred at The Lodge, a secluded Victorian estate in Leisure, Tennessee. Numerous trips back to Leisure over the years have only produced more suspicious disappearances and unexplained deaths. Now he has returned one last time determined to put this case, and his own ghosts, to rest.


Diana Briscoe has come to The Lodge hoping to put her own demons to rest. Medicated for most of her life, Diana has no idea she is one of the most powerful mediums ever born. At The Lodge she is plagued by nightmare and visions of an unknown child and instead of healing she is convinced she has finally lost her mind. However, Quentin may be the only one who may convince her that she isn’t insane but an incredibly talented psychic whose gifts may help him put an end to the evil stalking the Lodge.


In her latest Bishop Special Crimes Unit novel, Kay Hooper has produced her most chilling story yet! Chill of Fear is wonderfully eerie and will send shivers down your spine. Surprises and twists will have you spooked and shocked until the very last page. Strong characterization, excellent pacing, and an exciting plot make Chill of Fear one of this year’s best. A beautiful addition to any keeper shelf.


Reviewed in July 2005 by Cynthia.

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