The suspect in a double murder has an alibi that is out of this world.
All is not well at the Wellness Center, an exclusive psychiatric clinic on Florida's mostly placid Tango Key. An orderly and a staff psychiatrist have been brutally murdered - and the female mental patient believed to be responsible has escaped. The missing woman claims she was once kidnapped by a UFO, and when homicide detective Aline Scott takes up the chase, she quickly discovers that she is not alone.
The flying saucer story might not fly, but the suspect's link to a hardcore UFO encounter group and its charismatic leader is for real. So is the mysterious device implanted in the dead psychiatrist's head. Aline knows there's a connection - and so does whoever is stalking her. Soon her search leads her into places she was never meant to know about - and into a close encounter she may not live to tell about...
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- Ellen Oceanside
Mayhem and Murder
Mayhem and murder at the Wellness Center in Florida. A double murder, someone is missing, what is actually going on. Another good plot in this series. Good narration Given audio for my voluntary review and my honest opinion
Robotic Narrator spoils a good story
I struggled for hours to decide if the narrator of High Strangeness was indeed a human that had the most boring, monotone voice or some new fancy tech that automated the reading? So much so I lost track of what could be a book I may read myself. I feel for the author that all the hard work and writing prowess can be damaged by this narrators performance and am surprised the publishers let this happen. Reading is an art to capture the listeners
attention, incorporating inflection, passion and an understanding of the author’s world; it is not just reading a text in a dreary, uninspiring tone.