An FBI agent, tormented by a death he wasn’t able to prevent, a crime he’s never been able to solve and a love he’s never forgotten, discovers that his true conflict resides not in his past, but in a … past life.
I apologize for the late review. This was supposed to have been posted on June 17th for the book tour, but that was when I was in the hospital.
I have always been fascinated with past lives. I have never seen them used as a jumping off point for crime novels in this way before.
This is the third book in the series, but I was able to read and enjoy this book without having to read any of the prior books. I can’t wait to get my hands on the previous books. If these are as good as this one, I will fly through them very quickly.
I loved the fact that the author was able to weave together the present day with the past lives seamlessly. I felt like I was along for the wild ride with the characters.
Each book was written around one artifact that several factions are trying to get their hands on. There is power believed to reside in each of these pieces. One of the factions is the Phoenix Foundation headed by Dr. Malachi Samuels, a renowned reincarnation expert.
I certainly hope that the author writes more in this series. There is so much that can be done with this. I know that there are still more Memory Tools out there. I wonder where in time & in the world the next story will take us.
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