A Touch Of Darkness a Abigail St Michael Novella by B.C. Brown


recently growing ranks of metaphysicals, individuals with abilities outside that of normal human nature. When a murderer stalks her town killing children, Abbey uses her ability of touch clairvoyance to hunt him down. Her only roadblock is that her murderer seems to have his own unique talent, the ability to ‘wipe’ his victims and their surroundings of any metaphysical energy. With little physical evidence and no supernatural evidence, Abbey is forced to rely on instinct and luck to solve the case. However both Abbey’s luck and instinct seem to have taken a permanent vacation as the victims keep piling up with the killer’s escalating blood lust.

Image of B. C. Brown

B.C. Brown was born with six fingers on each hand endowing her with super powers, thus enabling her to fight crime.  When a freak Cuisinart accident severed the additional digits and her powers, B.C. was forced to fall back on her secondary talent – writing.  Now she lives between the pages of a book – whether she has written it or not.  Until she finds the surgeon to restore her fingers and powers, she has published three novels to date. She has also been included in two anthology collections.  She dabbles in all genres and is always in the mood for a challenge to branch out.  You can follow her crime fighting or writing at twitter or facebook.

MY REVIEW:

I really enjoyed reading this book, it has a  good story line, it’s funny at times, a bit gruesome and a great detail.
Abbey with her metaphysical power of touch is quite amusing in her own thoughts, very aggressive in nature and speech is a new delight to read about. you actually feel like your there with her at times. she makes the book comfortable , funny and her being a bitch just something different to read. also her abilities are cool even though she doesn’t but does hate and love them all at the same time. when she meets Nik finally a person she can touch she jumps to some very wrong conclusions a bit to fast I think. The author portrays her to be pretty darn smart but she wasn’t when it came to him and if she really thought about it he tried to tell her the night they spent together which I think could have and should have been brought into the story. Instead of her just jumping to conclusions she should have doubted herself also instead of being so sure. that amount a lot of errors in the book , not spelling, a lot of ran together words and too much spacing sometimes where the other word should have been spaced lead to my 4 star review. besides that I think this book would have been a 5 star due to some seriously good imagination and bringing the story together and ending just as good. It wasn’t a rushed ending it closed up nicely leaving yet another book to this becoming a series. which I would enjoy reading.
The Book just needs cleaned up and a little bit more thinking when it com eds s to Abbey and her being the cop, retired, on rtf he case metaphysical advisor. she e s too smart to miss anything like she did here in this book. but it did earn a 4 star on originality and writing in general. it’s good by all means. I’d recommend it to anyone.

I was given this book for a honest review. honestly go back clean it up and rerelease it. It’s a great read, enjoyable, makes you laugh and makes you feel bad about the horrible crimes committed. both mixed aren’t easy to.pull off but B.C. Brown did it.
I can’t wait for the next book. I do hope it’s edited better though.:

 


2 thoughts on “A Touch Of Darkness a Abigail St Michael Novella by B.C. Brown

    1. The character Abbey, just makes the book great so editing mistakes can be overlooked on this one. It’s just messed up that a editor would let the book be published like that. Great read though you should check it out. It’s being redone far as I know so you might want to wait for a rerelease or not.

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