She was safe in a world of darkness.
But in this case, it's Kendra who first realizes that the apparent traffic accident on San Diego's historic Cabrillo Bridge is in fact a murder scene, and she rushes to alert the police before crucial evidence is destroyed. As the body count rises and one murder unveils another, a gruesome pattern emerges. Someone is killing people in ways that mirror Kendra's most notorious cases. She has a fan: someone who admires her work and is twisted enough to show that admiration through murder--while naming himself after the biggest art forger of the 20th century. He views himself not as a monster but as an artist. And he is not working alone.
In Iris Johansen's Sight Unseen, as the darkness closes in, near enough to touch Kendra and those she loves, Kendra must come face to face with her greatest fears--and her most ruthless enemy. A man who moves through the shadows, a man she may even know, who hides behind the mask of sanity, sight unseen.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Cherylk - LibraryThing
I have read books by this author on and off for a while. The last one was in the Eve Duncan trilogy. Which I do like Even but I noticed that I was not feeling it as much as I used to. The story line ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - pennsylady - LibraryThing
audio MP3 4 ★ Kendra Michaels #2 " Blind for decades and now sighted, Kendra's unusual skill for observation is highly sought after by both the FBI and CIA." I enjoyed encountering Kendra's perceptive abilities... Dragged here and there for me but basically a good read (listen) Read full review