Detective Samantha Reilly gets called to a homicide, a husband has shot his wife and lover and then turned the gun on himself. At the scene is then toddler Michael Turcotte. Michael ends up in the foster care system but Sam stays close to him over the years and frequently checks in on him and spends time with him.
When a couple of high school bullies attack Michael he has his first vision. He see an upcoming murder and doesn’t know how to stop what he is sure is going to really happen so he turns to his longtime friend and mentor Sam. Sam is not sure whether to believe him or even how to go about stopping something that hasn’t even happened yet.
Seeing Evil is one of those books that takes off at a fast pace and doesn’t slow down for the entire book. There is always something going on in the story to keep the reader hooked. It switches up the POV between several characters which really adds to the depth and getting to know the whole story and characters.
Some parts of the book are quite gruesome which adds to the intensity of the bone chilling situations. Definitely well written thriller that I’d highly recommend picking up.
I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.