The Sense of Death Ann Kinnear Suspense #1 {Pdf ebook} by Matty Dalrymple – Book or eBook


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The Sense of Death Ann Kinnear Suspense #1

Ann Kinnear thought the job was just another sensing for hire until she realized that the woman in the Philadelphia townhouse was the victim of murderWill Ann be able to bring the victim's killer to justice or will she pay the ultimate price herselfAnn Kinnear has created a peaceful existence at her cabin in the Adiro. A terrific debut and an interesting new series character While the listener knows the identity of the killer early on this book still manages to pack some suspense into what almost reads like a true crime tale Characters are well developed with the villain as expertly drawn as the heroine Ann Kinnear a psychic able to sense spirits who remain close to their homes or death places While both Ann and the authorities know who is to blame it s a race to find actual physical proof before the killer gets to Ann I listened to the audiobook version which was provided by the author at no charge in exchange for an honest review and my opinion is that both the story and the narration were top shelf perhaps a 45 but I ve rounded up my rating to 5 stars I very much enjoyed Sarah Purdum s non dramatic narration She has a very easy voice for listening and gave a nuanced performance perfect for the material

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Eper into a web of lies and betrayal will its fatal threads snare her as wellFind out now in Book 1 of the Ann Kinnear Suspense NovelsThe sense of death is most in apprehension;And the poor beetle that we tread uponIn corporal sufferance feels a pang as greatAs when a giant dies William Shakespeare Measure for Measure. I just finished reading The Sense of Death by author Matty Dalrymple The main character Ann Kinnear has the sensory ability to feel the spirits or emotions experienced just before a person has died This ability happens when she is in the vicinity of where the person met their death or sometimes if she touches something belonging to the person Her gift was made public as a teenager when she and her brother Mike helped in the search of a missing friend Ann tries to avoid the public secluded in her cabin within the Adirondacks but her brother manages their company Ann uses her sensory perception at the reuest of clients who are purchasing homes and want to determine if a spirit is present before they make a purchase especially in older homes with historyThis story is based on trying to prove socialite Elizabeth Firth was murdered by her husband where there is no evidence of a crime in the home The plot is is very layered and written well to hold the readers interestI really Like Ann and grieved for Beau I will be looking to read in this series Very Clever

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Ndack woods But the calm is shattered after socialite Elizabeth Firth is reported missingWith few clues and fewer options Detective Joe Booth calls upon Ann's spirit sensing abilities to help solve the mystery and to uncover what Elizabeth's husband is hiding beneath his cloak of wealth and privilegeAs Ann is drawn de. Ann Kinnear is a uiet private person who senses spirits She and her brother Mike have a spirit consulting business but Ann prefers to stay out of the limelight When Ann is asked to sense spirits for a client in a home that she s considering purchasing Ann immediately senses that a terrible event has occurred within the home Ann is then unwillingly drawn into a murder mystery that puts her own life in dangerI thoroughly enjoyed this book It has so many great elements going for it Yes readers are aware of who the murderer is at the start but that in no way ruins the book In fact I found The Sense of Death to be one of the most suspenseful books I ve ever read I never knew uite what would happen next Matty Dalyrmple s writing is wonderfully expressive Her characters are well developed and relatable She does a great job of making the murderer a highly unlikable character I enjoyed the author s writing plot and characters so much that I was able to breeze through the book in a day I was also very interested in seeing how it would end The ending was tidy and satisfyingI highly recommend The Sense of Death to anyone who enjoys a good murder mystery with a uniue paranormal slant added in for plenty of additional interest 5 of 5 Stars Susan Barton


10 thoughts on “The Sense of Death Ann Kinnear Suspense #1

  1. says:

    Full review on The Bent BookwormThe Sense of Death is a first novel and while it's an enjoyable cozy mystery it shows There

  2. says:

    4 star book But a2 star narration A good audiobook can breathe life into a book and create a kind of film for the ears This is what it should do A good narration should enable the listener 'to see' the story in a new light deepen reader interest and ignite the reader's emotions'Sense of Death' is a good book but the narration was flat and mon

  3. says:

    A terrific debut and an interesting new series character? While the listener knows the identity of the killer early on this book still manages to pack some suspense into what almost reads like a true crime tale Characters are well developed with the villain as expertly drawn as the heroine Ann Kinnear a psychic able to sense spirits who remain close to their homes or death places While both Ann and the author

  4. says:

    Spirit SensorI love a good suspense thrillercouldn't put it down till the end Compelling clean good detective great brother sister relationship mystery solved I want to read the next one now

  5. says:

    Took awhile to develop plot but last part of the book was nicely suspenseful and spellbinding Worth the time to read

  6. says:

    Ann Kinnear is a uiet private person who “senses” spirits She and her brother Mike have a spirit consulting business but Ann prefers to stay out of the limelight When Ann is asked to sense spirits for a client

  7. says:

    I just finished reading The Sense of Death by author Matty Dalrymple The main character Ann Kinnear has the sensory ability to feel the spirits or emotions experienced just before a person has died This ability happens when she is in

  8. says:

    I loved the book I read a lot of fiction but am not usually drawn to the mysterymurder genre much less the occult but The Sense of Death had me

  9. says:

    Fantastic readhard to bput downThis was a very good bookThe pace slowed some w all the characters but finally stepped upI will defiantly keep it to read againand hope to read of Anne's books

  10. says:

    Perfect combination of crime solving and ghost story surprisingly believable I have already ordered the next one

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