Hello Again by Stan Schatt
Hello Again is a psychological mystery, a roller coaster of emotions that incorporates elements of the paranormal and the techno-thriller. Bill Eisner meets the most beautiful woman he has ever seen; waiters stop in mid-sentence when Amber Love passes them. Is Bill’s bond with her so close that it extends beyond life? What can he do when he begins to receive text messages from her after her death? A detective who believes only in science and a reporter with psychic abilities that frighten him team up to try to unravel the mystery before a shadowy figure claims another victim.
Stan Schatt, author of forty books, is a futurist, a technologist, a novelist, and a person curious about many things. His novels range from paranormal mysteries that include the Frankie and Josh series to science fiction and young adult mysteries. His non-fiction books include studies of writers Kurt Vonnegut, Michael Connelly, and Daniel Silva.
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Bill meets Amber at a speed dating event and though he likes her she acts very strangely. When a car explodes near her home, Bill starts receiving strange messages supposedly from Amber. This was a mix of the paranormal, thriller and a detective story. I thought it took a little while to get going, but I did want to know more about Amber and why she acted the way she did. It did keep me guessing and I would recommend this to readers who like mystery stories.
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