Eyes of Night

Eyes of Night

Beth Amos / Dec 11, 2019

Eyes of Night A woman is missing There is no evidence of foul play but certain small disturbing signs indicate that the young mother didn t leave of her own volition The only answer to the mystery lies locked in

  • Title: Eyes of Night
  • Author: Beth Amos
  • ISBN: 9780061010064
  • Page: 305
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • A woman is missing There is no evidence of foul play, but certain small, disturbing signs indicate that the young mother didn t leave of her own volition The only answer to the mystery lies locked in the mind of her terrified, silent child.When the police bring little Jace Johansen to psychiatrist Kerri Whitaker for assesment, she knows that her own troubled past shouldA woman is missing There is no evidence of foul play, but certain small, disturbing signs indicate that the young mother didn t leave of her own volition The only answer to the mystery lies locked in the mind of her terrified, silent child.When the police bring little Jace Johansen to psychiatrist Kerri Whitaker for assesment, she knows that her own troubled past should prevent her from taking on Jace as a patient But the child s anguish is a worldless plea for help that instantly moves her Then she coaxes him to speak and his story seems a nightmare impossible to believe But as the people around them start to die, Kerri realizes that if she doesn t act soon, she and Jace will be the next to disapear forever.

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    About "Beth Amos"

      • Beth Amos

        Aka Annelise Ryan and Allyson K Abbott.


    331 Comments

    1. This book was ok. There were some "alien abductions" going around, because people are going around harvesting other people's organs for future transplants of patients that might need them. I don't really know how to write this particular review. The book was a little bit strange.


    2. First time I read this author. She reminded me a little of Mary Higgins Clark. This was a light, easy breezy fun mystery with good character development. Something different from the norm. I enjoyed it very much for a quick summer read.


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