FBI agent Anna McBride has reached a crisis point in her life. Disgraced and demoted after leading a disastrous operation in South San Francisco, she finds herself reassigned to one of the Bureaus Southern California satellite offices, stuck with a partner whos about as obnoxious as they come. But Anna is also battling demons of her own. Increasingly vivid and disturbing nightmares have begun to blur her judgement and interfere with her job. Nightmares of a little girl being kidnapped by a man who keeps appearing with a red cap. . . When she seeks the help of hypnotherapist, David Pope a consultant on a case shes currently investigating a past life regression session suggests that Anna is the reincarnated victim of a notorious serial killer. Armed with this knowledge, and using clues found only in her nightmares, Anna circumvents Bureau rules and begins investigating a twenty-eight year-old case, hoping to find the killer of the girl who once harboured her soul . . . Raymond Chandler would have loved it . . . a metaphysical jump-start of a debut novel . . . Not to be missed Independent on Sunday Robert Gregory Browne is an outstanding pulp prose stylist Daily Telegraph

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