Dark Prophecy by Anthony E Zuiker with Duane Swierczynski

Tarot cards hold the secret to a sequence of gruesome murders across the US – a terrifying journey of revenge. Don’t read at night…

Steve Dark, ex Special Circs agent, is drawn into capturing the Tarot Card Killer. The TCK is a level 26 killer, the worst of the worst. Aided by Lisa Graysmith, a secret US government operative with her own agenda, Dark strives to stop an avalanche of murders that appear to have no meaning, no link.

The secret is in Dark’s own sickening past, and he makes a breakthrough in understanding how his fate links to the TCK when he visits a tarot card reader. Then it’s a game of cat and mouse, with Dark trying to prevent more mass murder before time runs out on his own life.

He’s a lone operative, the best of his kind, but not without enemies from his past role in Special Circs, who aim to take him out of the playing field – forever.

This is the second book in a ground-breaking trilogy by the creator of the CSI franchise. It features a bonus interactive video – a fascinating glimpse into Steve Dark’s past as he struggles to come to terms with his own demons and forge a new life. It’s heavyweight US crime fiction, all 384 pages of gripping tension.

As good as it gets.

Buy it.

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4 Responses to Dark Prophecy by Anthony E Zuiker with Duane Swierczynski

  1. kiki says:

    Thank you..really informative!!

  2. Barb Ettridge says:

    Now this sounds good. Great review, Stephen – I’m going to give this one a read.

  3. GREAT REVIEW! I pretty much agree with all your thoughts you said in your post, especially at the end of your article. Thank you, this info is very useful as always. Keep up the good work! You’ve got +1 more reader of your web blog:) Isabella S.

  4. That does sound good!

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