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18 Seconds: A Novel

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A book by George D. Shuman

Beautiful, blind Sherry Moore is matter-of-fact when telling two police detectives about her agonizing gift—the ability to see the last 18 seconds of a dead person's life. It's not supernatural, in her telling; it's science imperfectly … see full wiki

Author: George D. Shuman
Genre: Mystery
Publisher: Pocket Star
1 review about 18 Seconds: A Novel

"I see dead people's thoughts!"

  • Mar 24, 2008
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The premise upon which this book is based is that a blind woman, by touching the hand of a corpse, can somehow connect with that deceased person's last 18 seconds of thought before death. It's a far-out concept, I grant, but if you accept the idea as a reader, you get plunged into a very interesting, creepy and dangerous book. This is a work with a real villain, a sociopath would be a good way to describe him. There are murders both recent and from the past, and two tracks of the plot which eventually come together, and an unlikely hero is found. It's a frightening story, but one that will kep you turning the pages far into the night.

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