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Friday, 31 July 2015

VIRTUAL BOOK TOUR, REVIEW & #GIVEAWAY - Through His Heart by Deborah Camp

Through His Heart

by Deborah Camp



“Sending you an SOS.”

When psychic Trudy Tucker hears this plaintive cry in her mind and then connects psychically with a little girl’s kidnapper, she is drawn to a small town in Missouri where everyone is suspect – including herself and her lover, celebrated psychic detective Levi Wolfe. As she and Levi work together to sort through whom and what to trust, an innocent life hangs in the balance.


A shudder raced through her and her stomach knotted. Nausea rose up to her throat as darkness descended in her mind.

“I’m sending you an SOS. Sending you an SOS. An SOS.” Can you find me? Can you hear me?

“I hear you,” Trudy whispered, answering the small, trembling voice.

“Did you say something, Rachel? Are you singing something?” This was a different voice in her head. A deep bass, but gentle. Coaxing, cajoling, cunning.

The darkness parted like a curtain in Trudy’s mind and Rachel came into view. She sat in a child’s white rocking chair, her red tennis shoes dangling inches from the floor. A wedge of purple discolored her right cheek. Her lips twitched and her chin quivered.

“Be a good girl and do what you’re told and that won’t happen to you again. No one wants to hurt you. You gotta obey, though. Can’t say ‘no’ to your elders. Your mama should have taught you that.”

“It hurts.”

“Want me to kiss it and make it well?”

Rachel rounded her shoulders, making herself smaller. “Nuh-uh.”

“Okay then. I could make it stop hurting though . . . I’ll read you a Bible story. How about that? Remember what we talked about? God is way up here . . . then there’s his disciples right here . . . and then your elders . . . and you’re way down below that.”

Glimpses of hands . . . moving up and down, illustrating the levels. Dirty nails, dry skinned knuckles.

“Where’s Mommy?”

“Are you hearing me? This is important.”

“I want to talk to Mommy.”

“She doesn’t want to talk to you! God gave you to us. Your Mommy is busy serving the Lord and now you’re here serving us because it’s been ordained. Quit touching your face! That won’t help it heal. Come sit in my lap while I read. Did you hear me ask nice? You won’t like it if I have to ask twice. That’s my good girl. You act like this all the time and you won’t get any more boo-boos.”

Was he kissing her? Was he licking her?

Independent Reviewer for Archaeolibrarian I Dig Good Books.

This is book 3 in The Mind's Eye series, and it would really be advisable to read Through His Eyes and Through His Touch first. Because they follow on, quite quickly, one after the other, and you need to get the full picture before embarking on this one.

Trudy and Levi continue to grow in the new relationship, but some things Levi still keeps from Trudy. A phone call from a past he wants nothing to do with, forces him to face his demons, with possibly catastrophic results. Trudy is having visions, but this time, they come from the victim, rather than the criminal, and suddenly, its a little close to home.

I loved book one, but found book two lacking a little something, and while I really really enjoyed this one, it still doesn't quite hit the heights book one did.

We get so much more of Levi's background, his upbringing, and I tell ya, its a wonder the man isn't quivering in some institution somewhere! I shudder to think at the things he went through as a child, and the lack of support both his parents gave him when he first started seeing the dead, at the tender age of 9. 

I must admit, I did not see who dunnit coming at me, my mind went off in a totally different way, so being surprised is a good GOOD thing! I loved that Trudy's skill and power was grwoing, I loved that. I even liked Levi when he went off on one at Trudy for whatever reason. Why since he was being a dick?? Yes, he went off on one, but he walked away, and came back and talked it out with Trudy, he FINALLY opened up to her.

I#m sad to see the end of this series, they really were rather good. I'd recommend them to anyone with a like of paranormal (but no beings involved!) those who like crime/thrillers and those who like a good romance too. It has a bit of each, ENOUGH of each to an interest to those who like these three genres, with them all crossed over, mixed up and muddle around.

not quite 5 stars but still...

4.75 stars

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Author of more than 40 novels, Deborah lives in Oklahoma. She has been a full-time writer since she graduated from the University of Tulsa. She worked for a few years as a reporter for newspapers before becoming a freelance writer. Deborah’s first novel was published in the late 1970s and her books have been published by Jove, New American Library, Harlequin, Silhouette, and Avon. She has been inducted into the Oklahoma Authors Hall of Fame and she is a charter member of the Romance Writers of America. She is widely published in non-fiction and writes and edits for a magazine focused on small businesses. Deborah taught fiction writing for more than 10 years at a community college. She is currently working on a series of novels featuring two psychics who work with police nationwide to identify and track serial murderers.

All of her novels are available on Amazon as ebooks

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  1. Thanks for featuring my new Mind's Eye book on your blog. This is the coolest blog. I check in every week and follow you on Facebook. I'm glad you enjoyed the book. I loved writing it.

    1. Loved reading it. For some reason I cannot get the review to load to, it keeps bouncing back to me, but I will get it there, even if I have to chat with someone AGAIN! ~debbie~

  2. Sounds like a great series! Thanks for sharing your review :)

  3. Thanks for the review!


  4. I have enjoyed learning about the book. Thanks for sharing it.

  5. Do you work to an outline or plot or do you prefer just see where an idea takes you?

  6. Thank you for the informative review. I appreciate being told that I should read the series in order.