Destiny Kills

Destiny Kills One week before her wedding a young woman strips takes the time to fold her clothes then calmly walks into Lake Michigan When Sam Casey is asked to look into the death of a young mother who left her

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  • Title: Destiny Kills
  • Author: S.D. Tooley
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 290
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • One week before her wedding a young woman strips, takes the time to fold her clothes, then calmly walks into Lake Michigan When Sam Casey is asked to look into the death of a young mother who left her infant in a high chair, walked down the street and jumped off the overpass, Sam finds a strange similarity they each received a phone call just prior to committing suicide.One week before her wedding a young woman strips, takes the time to fold her clothes, then calmly walks into Lake Michigan When Sam Casey is asked to look into the death of a young mother who left her infant in a high chair, walked down the street and jumped off the overpass, Sam finds a strange similarity they each received a phone call just prior to committing suicide Both calls were from disposable phones and both calls lasted four seconds Were these really suicides or something sinister To complicate matters, Sam s husband, Jake Mitchell, is working the case of a woman whose body was found near a golf course But when Sam touches the purse strap used to strangle the woman, she hears the same word she connected to the two suicides destiny Sam is an investigative consultant for the Chasen Heights Police Department When others deal in logic, Sam deals in the illogic She has an advantage over other cops The dead speak to her, tell her secrets about their life and death But sometimes what she learns can get her killed The 6th in the award winning Sam Casey series combines mystery with an element of paranormal.

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    1. The 6th entry in the Sam Casey series may be the best - a good, solid mystery with interesting and well-developed characters, sufficiently complicated but believable plotting, a touch of the paranormal, and just the right amount of humor. A former cop with a special but somewhat undefined ability to receive information from the dead, Sam Casey is called in when a seemingly happy wife and new mother suddenly abandons her child and jumps from an overpass to her death. Though a new mother herself, [...]

    2. Forensic specialists may say that the dead speak to them, but in the case of Samantha Casey, ex-cop, wife and mother, the dead really do speak to her. Blessed with a gift, although some may say cursed, she is able to sense things that most people can’t. A distraught husband comes to her for answers that only she can find. The police have ruled the wife’s death a suicide – something the husband cannot accept. Sam's quest for the truth leads to her to other strange deaths, and in finding the [...]

    3. While reading this story, I felt like I had already read it from another series. The pace so slow, I kept putting it down and reading something else. With that said, Sam is hired to look into the unusual death of a new mother who suddenly killed her self. As Sam looks deeper, she is able to link several women to a self help company. Of course Jake and Frank are doing the police investigation. Of course Sam gets in over her head and of course Sam understands her visions after the fact. By the tim [...]

    4. A shocking scene opens this latest entry in Tooley’s highly acclaimed Sam Casey series as a happily married mother suddenly walks out of her home, leaving her infant daughter behind, and jumps off a highway overpass into the path of a speeding semi. Marti Johnson’s death makes no sense, but neither does that of Carly Farnswood, a young woman who walks into Lake Michigan one week before her planned wedding and voluntarily drowns.Serving as a consultant for the Chasen Heights P.D Sam becomes i [...]

    5. Even with some predictability issues, I have enjoyed the other books in this series. I didn't care for this one. From the first two pages it's obvious that Marti killed herself at a hypnotic suggestion, but it takes over 50/60% of the book before Sam puts that together, and she only figures out by dumb luck (checking into hypnobirth). Everything she concluded in this one, was found out through dumb luck.Also, if you're going to have a protagonist that has a super natural talent, then use it- or [...]

    6. The 6th entry in the Sam Casey series may be the best - a good, solid mystery with interesting and well-developed characters, sufficiently complicated but believable plotting, a touch of the paranormal, and just the right amount of humor. A former cop with a special but somewhat undefined ability to receive information from the dead, Sam Casey is called in when a seemingly happy wife and new mother suddenly abandons her child and jumps from an overpass to her death. Though a new mother herself, [...]

    7. Book Description:One week before her wedding a young woman strips, takes the time to fold her clothes, then calmly walks into Lake Michigan.When Sam Casey is asked to look into the death of a young mother who left her infant in a high chair, walked down the street and jumped off the overpass, Sam finds a strange similarity—they each received a phone call just prior to committing suicide. Both calls were from disposable phones and both calls lasted four seconds.Were these really suicides or som [...]

    8. I kept reading the Sam Casey series even though each book left me unsatisfied. Finally I struck goldis is easily the best of the series so far. Sam's gift is still minimally involved. She puts herself into recklessly dangerous situations which seems a rather odd act for a former police officer but it is satisfying to view her detective skills at work.

    9. Love this series. Once again I was captivated an drawen into Sam's world. This series is phenomenal I love the web of mystery mixed with the paranormal along with the strong relationship between Sam and Jake I wished they would create a tv show based onbthese books!

    10. It had been a long time since I read the other books in the series so I had some trouble catching up. It was a good mystery though. I just wish it had more interaction between the main characters in addition to the mystery.

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