Dream Walker by Jerri Hines looks to be a very fascinating and intriguing paranormal mystery. Jerri is an author from Boston Massachusetts and writes both paranormal mysteries as well as historical romances.
Here is a synopsis of Dream Walker:
Haunting visions have come before for Ramona Damsun, but night after night, a vision pulls her, calling her back into the world she’d prayed she’d never have to face again. When the body of a brutally murdered young woman she saw in her vision is found, Ramona is forced to once again walk and fulfill her destiny as a ‘Dream Walker’. Reluctant, Ramona is thrown into the middle of a serial killer investigation.
With no viable suspects or evidence, Chief Douglas Thorpe responds an anonymous tip which sends him into the eye of a storm to thwart an attempted abduction by the killer. The tip leads Thorpe back to Ramona. At first skeptical about any paranormal source of information, Thorpe is thrown into Ramona’s world. A world he has no idea exists; a world where Ramona can walk through dreams, walk a soul back from the brink of death, and a world that holds untold terrors and hellish demons.
Together they have to find a way to track down a demon-possessed killer. The time has come for Ramona to face her fear, her past, and walk the path destiny has chosen for her.
Here is an excerpt from the book:
Thorpe pushed hard against the wind-stuck door. Losing his footing, he caught himself before falling down the flight of stairs. Thorpe froze. In front of him sat a black SUV–a Lexus from the look of it. He made out movement.
He didn’t have much time. Fighting the sleet, snow, and wind, he slammed against the SUV right at the second the abductor hit the gas.
Back latch. Back latch ran through his mind. His right hand desperately searched for the latch. Fumbled for it, found it. It clicked open, but in the same second the SUV jerked up the parking lot’s incline toward the street.
Thorpe’s heart sank. He’d had him. He should have parked in the back to start with. Useless, Thorpe knew, but he ran after the SUV. In that instant, the hatch door swung open. An object rolled onto the black top. The SUV stopped.
Within seconds, Thorpe pulled his pistol and aimed at the tires. The SUV took off again. Thorpe fired at the front tire. He didn’t dare fire again. He couldn’t see his objective plainly.
Thorpe pushed his pistol back in its hostler and ran to the motionless object. He reached down and rolled it over. The girl. He bent down on one knee and felt for a pulse. Unconscious, but alive.
Thorpe caught his breath. In that instant, he realized he’d reached into the depths of Hell and pulled her out. In the distance, sirens wailed. He picked up the girl. Under his breath he thanked God and whoever was this young lady’s guardian angel. He wished he knew what the hell just happened.
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