Title: Blind Spot
Series: Blind Justice Book 1
Author: Adam Zorzi
Genre: Suspense/Thriller with Paranormal Element
Publisher: Limitless Publishing, LLC
After spending years rebuilding his life, the woman who left Dan Ramsay devastated and broken wants him back…
Despite enjoying life with his wife Jill and their daughter in a leafy old suburb of Richmond, Virginia, Dan succumbs to temptation after a chance run-in with his former lover Bella. Recovering from their break-up took three years, and a lot of psychiatric intervention, yet Bella still has a hold on him he can’t seem to let go. He’s consumed by an affair with her for over a year until he promises his dying father that he will finally break it off.
But when Dan’s wife is found dead, all the evidence leads to him…
Dan is the prime suspect. It doesn’t help that they think he lied about his alibi and involvement with another woman. Bella killed herself fifteen years ago. Dan’s affair has been with a ghost. His vehement proclamations that Bella can’t be dead land him in the famous, haunted Petersburg psychiatric hospital for a determination of competency to stand trial for capital murder.
Dan’s brother offers him the opportunity to run, but Dan wants to find the truth…
Someone killed his wife and it wasn’t him. Confined to an asylum renowned for paranormal phenomena and murder, Dan must find a way to prove his innocence and that Bella’s ghost is real for the sake of his own sanity.
But even the dead have a thirst for vengeance…
I enjoyed the pacing of this book, but it was really hard to keep the characters straight. I am still not clear on who Mork was. Unfortunately, this story was a little too true to life with today’s court system, minus the supernatural happenings. I was able to guess the ending, though not the way it happened. I had the person right. I would be interested in reading more of this series. It is decently paced, has enough action and angst to keep you interested. Overall, it was a good book.
Born in Venice, Italy, Adam is the author of Blind Spot, Blind Trust, and Blind Rage set in Richmond, Virginia that form the Blind Justice Trilogy. He lives in New York.