Murder on the Mind (Jeff Resnick Mystery Book 1), L.L. Bartlett, 284 pages, Amazon Kindle Books.
Jeff Resnick is an unemployed insurance investigator who is seriously injured in a mugging just before beginning a new job. As a result, he suffers physical effects from the injuries, but he also suffers mental effects…the ability to see events in his head and to feel the emotional energy that attend them. The combination of symptoms, and the fact that he is now, at least temporarily, dependent upon his millionaire older brother create enough stress for Resnick.
However, when Resnick begins picking up images and emotions concerning the murder of a prominent banker that he does not know, in a town where he has not lived in years. He quickly sees the police have an erroneous theory concerning the murder, but his conscience will not allow him to suppress his visions and allow the murderer to escape…a circumstance that eventually threatens the safety of both Resnick and his brother.
Murder on the Mind is a well known L.L. Bartlett mystery, the first in a long series of Jeff Resnick mysteries. It features a well developed and slightly neurotic hero suffering the angst of coming to grips with the fact that he is no longer like his peers. For mystery fans, it is well worth reading.
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