Trace The Dead Eye

Trace The Dead Eye Trace is out to find a murderer not an unusual task for a Private Eye There s just one problemhe was the victim Now he wanders the streets looking for his killer his only help from Rollins an emiss

  • Title: Trace The Dead Eye
  • Author: Steven D. Bennett
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 282
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Trace is out to find a murderer, not an unusual task for a Private Eye There s just one problemhe was the victim Now he wanders the streets looking for his killer, his only help from Rollins, an emissary sent from above to help him in his quest But that help comes the additional task of guiding a young Hispanic girl out of a life of drugs and prostitution This he teTrace is out to find a murderer, not an unusual task for a Private Eye There s just one problemhe was the victim Now he wanders the streets looking for his killer, his only help from Rollins, an emissary sent from above to help him in his quest But that help comes the additional task of guiding a young Hispanic girl out of a life of drugs and prostitution This he tends to grudgingly but his true desire is to be with his wife and son and be the husband and father in death that he couldn t be in life As the search for his killer intensifies, he finds the safe world of his family and the violent one of the streets begin to slide closer together, and there s nothing he can do to stop it.

    One thought on “Trace The Dead Eye”

    1. You just died. What happens now? Trace is about to find out. A private eye when he was alive, now he's just someone with a lot of questions and no answers. Is there a Heaven? Is there a Hell? Rollins, the man who was there to meet Trace after he died, is more annoying than helpful, answering Trace's questions without giving any actual helpful information. He offers Trace a choice, move on or stay here, without explaining what either choice really means. Trace chooses to stay, to be with his fami [...]

    2. Frightening!This book was difficult to read in parts but at the sometime impossible to put down. I hope to see it in theatre in the near future, I do hope it happens for you Mr Bennett.

    3. An interesting read difficult to understand what was happening at first but then became pretty clear. I liked it, but didn't really feel as though there was a climax to the story it just kinda built up and then ended.

    4. I loved this story. Trace was an incredible selfish character but his love for his son was so pure and honest. The story captivated me and in the end I had compassion for Trace.

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