Tuesday, August 18, 2015

TLC Book Tours Book Review: The Naked Eye

About The Naked Eye

  • Hardcover: 336 pages
  • Publisher: St. Martin’s Press (July 14, 2015)
How can you catch a killer when everyone thinks he’s dead?
Kendra Michaels was instrumental in bringing serial killer Eric Colby to justice. And yet, despite his apparent execution at San Quentin, Kendra is convinced that Colby is still alive. The problem is that she can’t prove it. Even her razor-sharp powers of observation-developed to an amazing capacity during the twenty years she spent blind and now in constant demand by law enforcement agencies-have gotten her nowhere.
But then a reporter who very publicly humiliated Kendra is murdered. Visiting the crime scene in search of anything that might link the brutal homicide to Colby, Kendra instead finds evidence that points to her. Finally Colby’s master plan becomes clear to her: he is framing Kendra for murder.
Suspicions mount and Kendra is thrust into deadly pursuit to clear her name and catch the killer no one believes exists anymore. A killer who is always nearby, watching, waiting to make his next move, even as everyone believes him to be dead. A killer whose trail of destruction is invisible to the naked eye, despite the carnage he leaves in his wake. It will take everything Kendra has to find and stop Colby-and save her own life one more time.
“Exciting… a thrilling race against time.”–Publisher’s Weekly
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Review: The Naked Eye is a step out of my comfort zone. I love mysteries and thrillers to a lesser extent but I'm not usually one for books that feel like a weeknight tv drama, but something about this particular series drew me in. It is also the third book in the series. It is a stand alone novel, but to be honest, I wish I had read the other two books first. I have them, but I didn't have the time to read the series in order.

Dumb me.

It is an enjoyable series, especially if you like shows like Medium. Kendra is really an interesting character, a former blind person who can hunt down serial killers. Its a unique super power, if you will and it made for some interesting and fun reading

Rating: 4 flowers


iris_roy_portraitAbout the authors

IRIS JOHANSEN is The New York Times bestselling author of The Perfect Witness, Live to See Tomorrow, Silencing EveHunting EveTaking EveSleep No MoreWhat Doesn’t Kill YouBonnieQuinnEveChasing The NightEight Days to LiveBlood GameDeadlock, Dark SummerPandora’s DaughterQuicksandKiller DreamsOn The RunCountdownFirestormFatal TideDead AimNo One To Trust and more.
ROY JOHANSEN is an Edgar Award winning author and the son of Iris Johansen. He has written many acclaimed mysteries, including Deadly Visions, Beyond Belief and The Answer Man.
Iris Johansen and Roy Johansen have together written Close Your Eyes, Shadow Zone, Storm Cycle, and Silent Thunder.

Connect with Iris and Roy

Iris’s website | Roy’s website



Marjorie/cenya2 said...

I enjoy her books, although I have not read any about Kendra so I am looking forward to collecting these also. Iris has given me so many hours of great reading.

Heather J @ TLC Book Tours said...

Thanks for being a part of the tour!

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