Mira, Dec 2003, 6.50
Now living in New York, photographer Kelly Santos vowed to never return to her hometown of New Orleans where she was raised at St. Anne's Orphanage. Her ability to see the past and future ostracized her with the other children so it was not a happy time for her at the orphanage except for Sister Grace who gave the lass her first camera and plenty of solace. The only reason that would drag Kelly to the Big Easy is Grace's death.
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At a New Orleans' café, Kelly touches a discarded newspaper and “sees” a woman murder a man. She informs the police who scoff at her until her vision turns out true. The police wonder if Kelly committed the crime. That is everyone except detective Jack Callaghan who knows first hand Kelly tells the truth because years ago she told him things that no one knew but he knew. Kelly receives Grace's rosary, but when she touches the beads she realizes the kind Sister was murdered. As she and Jack fall in love, his partner “Vicious” Jerevicious believes he compromised the case but Jack only knows he needs to keep his beloved safe from someone who wants her dead.
Police procedural romance readers with a touch of the paranormal will enjoy FLASH POINT. The story line is action-packed though the visions duplicating scenes slow down the plot but also add depth to the comprehension of the scope of Kelly's skills. Kelly is a fine protagonist and Jack is the right person for her as she knows from one kiss.
The review of this Book prepared by Harriet Klausner