Dreaming Dark by Barbara Villemez

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Dreaming Dark is a tale of intrigue, lost love, and a twisted serial killer. The story takes place in Minoan Crete in the 1550's BCE and present day Dallas, Texas. Catelyn O'Connor has dreams of events past and present. The Dallas psychologist is disturbed by recent events that appear to be flashbacks to a preveious life. She meets Mitch Stafford, paranormal investigator when she visits Barnes and Noble for books to explain her visions. The attraction is immediate and they begin a passionate relationship. People begin to show up in her life that give her a vague sense of familiarity, then one of her patients in murdered in a bizarre fashion. Next her maid is killed and homicide detective Mike O'Meara believes Cate will be next. When an ex-boyfriend is murdered in the same manner Mitch decides to take Cate out of town, but before that can happen the killer strikes. The exciting ending will keep you glued to your seat.

About Barbara Villemez

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Barbara Griffin Villemez is a former psychotherapist and university instructor who lives in New Mexico with her husband and four cats.
Published March 4, 2012 by Barbara Villemez. 252 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction

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