Killer in Sight

Killer in Sight When a young woman is found murdered in a public park it is up to RPD detective Lt Tom Lackey to locate her killer With the help of his longtime girlfriend and professional photographer Kathy Spence

  • Title: Killer in Sight
  • Author: Sandra Carrington-Smith
  • ISBN: 9780985555801
  • Page: 476
  • Format: Paperback
  • When a young woman is found murdered in a public park, it is up to RPD detective Lt Tom Lackey to locate her killer With the help of his longtime girlfriend and professional photographer, Kathy Spencer, Lackey unravels a mystery laden with psychosis and unexpected revelations While Tom is busy following the multiple clues pouring in from different directions, Kathy getsWhen a young woman is found murdered in a public park, it is up to RPD detective Lt Tom Lackey to locate her killer With the help of his longtime girlfriend and professional photographer, Kathy Spencer, Lackey unravels a mystery laden with psychosis and unexpected revelations While Tom is busy following the multiple clues pouring in from different directions, Kathy gets to work to prove her own theory The last image viewed by the dying person can be lifted from the eyes of the victim to identify the murderer Using her background in photography and her passion for iridology, Kathy enlists the help of Dr Greer, a snow haired medical examiner who allows her to take shots of Tracey Newman s eyes Her findings are puzzling, but they are supported by Alexis Howard, the dead girl s ten year old half sister who volunteers information she claims was delivered to her by her imaginary friend Lily With multiple suspects floating up to the surface and skeletons yanked out of unlikely closets, Tom must rely on his methodical expertise and on Kathy s insight to find the killer before tragedy strikes again.

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    1. Killer in Sight (A Tom Lackey Mystery) is a psychological thriller which allows the reader to glimpse into the twisted mind of a killer, and explores the inner struggles the victim's survivors must endure after the loss of a loved one. A southern murder mystery that will keep you guessing until the end.

    2. Carrington-Smith does a great job weaving the supernatural into the mysterious southern mundane. She pulls readers into the story quickly and expertly. Her ability to sustain intrigue and tension are credits to her skills as a mystery writer. Apart from giving paranormal elements a wonderfully grounded stage in the world of forensics and crime investigation, she also tackles cultural perspectives on sexual orientation, domestic violence, and holistic health approaches. In that light Carrington-S [...]

    3. I have been reading mysteries since I was quite young, starting with Conan Doyle, to Dick Francis, to Kathy Reichs and beyond. I tend to stick with some authors with an excellent and proven track record for fine writing and structure. Occasionally I will branch out and read novels and short stories by up-and-coming authors. Having never read anything by SCS, I decided to read the copy I was given.Sandra Carrington-Smith traps you in the web of murder and mystery, right from the start and spins a [...]

    4. Rivetting book- a woman is found in a near by park after she has been brutally murdered. the list of suspects is long and Detective Tom lackey has his work cut out for him. With the help of his photographer girlfriend and the murdered womans younger sister he gets to the bottom of it. The little girl claims that her invisible friend is sending clues to help solve the crimeis is another page turner with paranormal qualities that just seem to add to the suspense in the story and you as the reader [...]

    5. My absolute favorite reads are series. I read many different types of books and anything that is a series already has my interest. That it's a murder mystery and set in my home state of north Carolina is an added bonus. This book started off gripping the reader, pulled the reader right in by starting off with the perspective of the victim, allowing the reader a personal investment in finding out whodunit. I couldn't put the book down and was kept guessing as to who the bad guy was. The character [...]

    6. Killer In Sight Author: Sandra Carrington-SmithWhat if the last person you saw before you life ended was your killer? What if your last jog in the North Carolina woods sent you right into the den or lair of a dangerous killer? Your heart is bounding, your body is bruised and you hoped to get away before the gun would take away your last breath. What if you could record the faces of your killers on the irises of your eyes just before your eyes closed for the last time? Iridology goes beyond the c [...]

    7. Great mystery!If you like a good mystery, read this book. You will never guess who did it. Loved every word. Can't wait to read another.

    8. I have been reading lots of indie books lately, after all they are free. I read them on my Kindle and highlight the errors, then offer to send those errors to the author, sort of a way to pay for a free book.I really hate to review 2 star books. This one is in that category. Not formatted properly, not consistent, spaces where spaces should not be and no spaces where they should be. Improper chapter breaks. Improper dialogue formatting. Misspellings. Grammar.This book is obviously not ready for [...]

    9. Sandra Carrington-Smith leads off with a glimpse of the victim's thoughts and feelings before her murder. She sets the scene so vividly that as the story progresses the reader mentally returns often to the scene of the crime as Detective Lackey and his photographer girlfriend piece together clues. There are several well developed suspects and each time I thought I could guess the end there was a twist and another connection between a possible suspect and victim. Through each character we learn m [...]

    10. Tom Lackey provides experience and LOts of skill into the solving of a murder of a Physician's Assistant who was found mudered in Raleigh. Paragraph after paragraph intrigue and excitement filled my cup and kept it full. As each character plays into the book only to move quickly through and complete parts of the story. Vividly tying words together time after time Sandra Carrington-Smith made me want to jump in and help. A well-developed blot carries you along until the very last page and you jus [...]

    11. Sandra Carrington-Smith didn’t just write your run of the mill who dunnit when she wrote Killer In Sight. She put on paper a true page turner set to give you the chills at every unexpected and undead twist along the way.Every aspect of this story was carefully thought out and there is no denying this writer’s skill for bending words to her will and leading the reader’s heart down a journey filled with emotions that range from sheer horror to great love and unbearable pain, all while moving [...]

    12. Excelent bookThere were several threads of storries going on in this plot. The author did an excelent job of interweaving them all so they all came together in the end.There was a lot of little clues with each story, I kept changing my mind as to who did it. In fact there were times I had to slow down and re-read parts to catch the clues. No reflection on the author, I tend to speed read,lololol, and had to slow me down.I loved the characters and how they were pretrade, the stories were very bel [...]

    13. I mostly enjoyed this thriller, but the plot is all over the place. It's a pretty good police procedural, but then she throws in ghosts, gay roommates, drug dealing, a hint of Christian fiction, child abuse, and various other subplots. There was enough going on for three or four books. I thought the writing was often awkward, and then I found out that English is the author's second language. That might also explain the continuity errors, but a decent editor should have caught those. A suspensefu [...]

    14. I am already a Carrinton-Smith fan after having read "The Book of Obeah," and "Housekeeping For The Soul." This newest release does not disappoint! As a professional photographer, I found Kathy to be a most believable character,as was Detective Lackey. This story takes twists and turns that leave the reader wondering, quite literally, "who done it?!" as a lover of crime mysteries AND things that cannot be explained, this novel truly quenched my thirst for a good "by the pool" read!If you haven't [...]

    15. With lots of possible suspects, twists and turns and a touch of the otherworldly this story is a great read. There were a couple of formatting issues but they really didn't detract from the story being told. I was intrigued by the iriology and the idea of capturing the last image seen by dead eyes. While I am sure that it is something this author invented I think it would be a great tool for those trying to solve crimes. I would say get this tale and sit back for a fun ride.

    16. My first venture into Mystery--not my last! Carrington-Smith's writing kept me on edge and anxious to turn the page to see what was going to happen next. She does an excellent job of making the story come all together and does not leave confusing loose ends. I look forward to reading more of her Tom Lackey Mysteries, actually more of anything that this author writes!

    17. I really enjoyed this story, the first half of the book more so than the latter. It almost felt like the book was written by two different people. The first half caught you up in the story very quickly. It was written smoothly, transitioning you from one scene to the next. The second half read like it was still under construction.

    18. Enjoyed the twists and turns of the first 400 pages, but not the ending. Seemed like story suddenly stopped and the author spent the last 50 pages tying up the loose ends for a happy ending. Really disappointing because the story and characters were much better than the 'okay' rating, but the ending let everything else down. Left a very dissatisfying taste overall. Real shame!

    19. I like a mystery that I can't figure out the ending half way through the book. this book has lots of suspects, twists and turns. It gets a little too sappy and unrealistic at the end, but it was an enjoyable read.

    20. loved it so much as the story go on i was always eager to find out what is going to happen next & with the unexpected end i think this was a great story & i am glad i had the chance to read it .

    21. HmmmNot happy with this book at all. Not my cup of tea. Too modernistic for me. Just dowright disgusting to me

    22. This was good except for the whole "iridology" thread didn't really go anywhere Enjoyed the book a lot though.

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