Publication Date is coming soon - February 1, 2017
Book Summary from Amazon
My Review - 4
The Goodreads group, A Good Thriller, highly recommended him. I read The Spitting Devil, a short story to see how I liked the writing and loved it but still didn't pick up one of his books. Then Amazon Prime offered me The Night Bird, I will definitely look out for more by Brian Freeman now.
This is a great mystery to see if you can figure it out. Overall I enjoyed the characters but I have to say I agree with this Psychiatrist needing her own therapist, wow. His friend smiled. "You know what they say about psychiatrists, Frost. They only go into the business to find someone crazier than they are." Kindle 57%
Frankie started to receive cryptic messages - Remember Me and all from firstname.lastname@example.org. She is used to receiving threats or similar messages and thinks nothing of it but soon realizes that it is threats and very personal. Frankie helped patients forget memories and create new ones. Unfortunately not everyone wants to forget or allow anyone to get away with creating fatal memories.
I really enjoyed how they pin pointed the killer and then it was a race to find him before more patients of Frankie or Frankie were killed. Detective Frost was on the first scene were he met Lucy who was a witness to her friend having a psychotic break. During the investigation Lucy decides to try to become a pawn but before Frost can talk her out of it the Night Bird captures her.
This book will take you on a roller coaster and you will think different people are the killer or involved in some way which was well executed. I would love to know if people guess correctly.
I didn't love Frankie's character and I feel she took the patient confidentiality a few steps to far, putting herself directly into danger but in the end I felt due to her own memories maybe she wanted to be in danger.
Thank you to Amazon Prime for a great featured book to read prior to release date.