Deadly Dreams (Mindhunters, Book 5) by Kylie Brant

By Kylie Brant

Risa Chandler's prescient desires of dying and homicide haunted her nights. additionally they proved precious for Adam Raiker's great staff of forensic criminologists, the Mindhunters, until eventually a sad finish to at least one case shattered Risa's self belief and drove her into seclusion. yet for Risa, there's no hiding from death-or from her goals.

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She was like a nagging itch, repellent and at the same time tempting. It was not a sexual attraction, at least he did not think so. The women he was usually attracted to were blonde and curvaceous, with full lips that aroused his fantasies. And besides, he had been married for twenty years to a Finnish woman named Ritva who still more than satisfied these requirements. He had never been unfaithful, well . . something may have happened just once, and his wife might have misunderstood if she had known about it.

The report was, as always, almost scientifically precise, with footnotes, quotations, and source references. The first few pages gave the subject’s background, education, career, and financial situation. Not until page 24 did Salander drop the bombshell about the trips to Tallinn, in the same dry-as-dust tone she used to report that he lived in Sollentuna and drove a dark blue Volvo. She referred to documentation in an exhaustive appendix, including photographs of the thirteen-year-old girl in the company of the subject.

This disturbed him—but not enough for him to resist the temptation to test her. He thought about the matter for several days. ” He thought about his own Muslim upbringing, which had taught him that it was his duty to God to help the outcasts. Of course he did not believe in God and had not been in a mosque since he was a teenager, but he recognised Lisbeth Salander as a person in need of resolute help. He had not done much along these lines over the past few decades. Instead of giving Salander the boot, he summoned her for a meeting in which he tried to work out what made the difficult girl tick.

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