Angelina, or AJ, was looking forward to graduating from high school and starting to plan her future, but a series of events push her down another path. Her mother disappears and she is assaulted by her mother’s boyfriend and some of her classmates.
When she is dumped outside the ER at the hospital, she is rescued by Willie, a friendly nurse who becomes her new friend and family. Her future starts to improve and takes some surprising twists and turns.
Reviewed in the United States on September 9, 2005
A great mystery needs to grab you in the first few pages, and Vicki Long does that with her book, Deadly Perception. The psychologist who uses her intuition to read people - particularly the homeless - leads her to be involved with a serial murder case. This book was compelling and interesting, in fact I read it in just 24 hours - in mind, a sign of a good mystery book. The combination of art, therapy, intuition and social responsibility made it a great read!!
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