However, now, LAPD needs him back...
When the cases of many missing persons are tied together with the same M.O., this remarkable deaf and blind ex-cop is called in to help locate people who seemingly walked away from their everyday lives. But did they? When one of them surfaces, the forensic evidence makes it clear that this man did not stay gone as willingly as he disappeared.
Lee's only assets are his guide dog, 14 years of experience as a homicide detective - and an intriguing American Sign Language translator named Rachel.
Just as Lee begins to discover something remarkable about himself, he must engage in a battle of wits with a murderer he can't see or hear. With no weapons but his own mind - and a guide dog with a heart of gold - he sets off alone in Los Angeles to investigate the disappearances.
It's only a matter of time before more people may die under nefarious circumstances. And the manner of death could put the entire city at risk from...something even more dangerous.
Lee Jordan knows there is more to fighting crime than meets the eye, or ear, or voice. But will he survive his courageous solo pursuit of a twisted killer on the mean streets of L.A.? And can he really stop a madman by himself?
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By lahna on 17-06-16
TOO FAR OUT FOR ME...PARANORMAL NOT MY THING!
Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?
No, not into this genre
What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?
The detective part was what interested me, not so much the bizarre happenings, as well as how much time he spends dwelling on his disabilities.
What does Dave Wright bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Narration was good.
Do you think Winter Wind needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?
No, at least I would never read anymore of this.
Any additional comments?
Amazon should advise if the book includes PARANORMAL. Somehow I missed this in the reviews, if that informationw as there.
By Lawrence M Hufty on 07-03-16
Can't believe that I listened to the whole thing!
Struggled to finish it. Narrator wasn't bad but the story line was weak. Really kind of goofy.