BOOK REVIEW

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  DARK EYE - WILLIAM BERNHARDT

Susan Pulaski has a couple of problems.  She is still mourning her husband's death.  After all, it has only been eight months.  She is having a tough time trying to keep away from the bottle.  Her drinking causes a problem and she is "let go" by the Las Vegas Police Department. 

Pulaski tries desperately to get her job back and save her reputation.  A serial killer emerges in town and leaves behind cryptic notes.  Police Chief O'Bannon knows Susan's knowledge and expertise would be very helpful to him at this time.  He decides to re-hire her. 

Pulaski isn't having much success with this case.  She discovers that the Police Chief's son, Darcy O'Bannon, an autistic savant, could help her solve this case.  To make things more interesting, the killer is inspired by the works of Edgar Allen Poe.

Susan Pulaski is in for danger.  Is the serial killer now watching her?  Do Susan and Darcy solve this case?

William Bernhardt has created a very suspenseful novel.  He has developed a unique character in Darcy who really makes things very interesting.  You will enjoy the relationship Darcy and Susan start to develop while working on this case.  This all takes place in a roller coaster fashion in one exciting city - Las Vegas.  This book is one you should add to your reading list.

REVIEWED BY NANCY EATON

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