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After a month of quiet and calm, Alex Hope is feeling restored. With no visions, dreams or psychic ability bothering her, she wonders if things have finally settled down. With Jess at her side, she is feeling happy, in love and content with life. No sooner has she finally relaxed when a heinous crime is committed. Alex is immediately thrown into a new case. Women are beingAfter a month of quiet and calm, Alex Hope is feeling restored. With no visions, dreams or psychic ability bothering her, she wonders if things have finally settled down. With Jess at her side, she is feeling happy, in love and content with life. No sooner has she finally relaxed when a heinous crime is committed. Alex is immediately thrown into a new case. Women are being abducted, raped, hunted and then tortured and Alex is feeling desperate to save them. Alex is dejected when the first woman she tries to save dies. It happens again and again and Alex starts to doubt her gift-and wonders if she is actually helping the police at all. As Alex inches closer to the truth behind the killings, she finds a link to Christmas which has been overlooked. Realisation of what connects the victims leads Alex to an evil killer-and a lifetime of murders unravels. As Alex solves the crime and wraps up the case, terrible news rocks her already-unsteady world. Jess’s brother has escaped from prison and a vision shows her the awful truth-he plans to exact his revenge. He wants to kill Jess. Immediately, the team begin the search for Jamie Love, but when Jess is abducted, Alex panics. Unable to ‘connect’ with Jess, she fears the worst. Is Jess dead or can she save her? Find out in…Tis the season. ...

Title : tis the season
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ISBN : 37207859
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 147 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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tis the season Reviews

  • Doreen
    2018-12-15 18:23

    Beware! Fellow fans of AJ Estelliam and all of characters in the Alex Hope series of psychic/mysteries, Tis the Season... is a cliffhanger. Yikes!Alex, Jess, Dan and the new coroner face two horrendous mysteries in this book. A serial killer is hunting and murdering women. A small Scottish police force led by Dan Withers and Jess Love lead the investigation of the monstrous crimes, guided by Alex Hope. Hope has otherworldly resources that no criminal investigative team could ignore. After a peaceful month since their last torturous case, all Hell breaks loose. While one case seems to have reached its resolution, Tis the Season... offers up another which hits the crime fighters between the eyes. With all its death, gore and mayhem, it would be hard to say that I enjoyed this novel and cliffhangers are my personal bugaboo. Still, I am a solid fan of AJ Estelliam and will keep reading these books. Christmas dominates Tis the Season... and the sequel is to be called Christmas Hope, but there's blessedly even a little bit jolly going on in this storyline. Alex and Jess keep their love light burning, but face more tears than Xmas cheer. I will try to keep my fingers crossed and wait for the next installment for a fulfilling conclusion.

  • Jovita Jacobs
    2018-11-24 16:08

    Oh Em Gee!!!!! I have no idea how I survived this book. The ending had me clutching my (imaginary) pearls, hand to my forehead, battling back a fit of the vapors. No I'm not being overly dramatic, the cliffhanger of an ending was just that good. AJ Estelliam is an amazing storyteller. Here she spins a mystery that will have you rethinking a trip to take the kids to see Santa. Just when you think all is well with the beloved central characters, she rips the rug from under you. It's books like this that make me love being a reader.

  • Faraona del sol
    2018-12-13 20:21

    ThrillingThis is a thrilling and gruesome story that will keep you on the edge of your seat. A roller coaster of shocking events and murders while Alex Hope, Jess and captain Dan looked for a serial killer. There's some typos in the story that are confusing, but it's worth reading.