Friday, August 20, 2010

Stones Skipping on Water by Richard Taylor

Genre: Suspense, Thriller, Reincarnation, Paranormal
Format: EBook

Wealthy entrepreneur John Kincaide develops a memory enhancement drug called ClearThought. One of his employee’s, Gordon Bischoff, takes a huge amount of the drug and claims he has been able to see the past lives he has led. When he sees John with his new girlfriend, Vanessa, he accuses John of murdering them in a previous life. Gordon is determined to not only get revenge for his death, but win back Vanessa’s heart.

John doesn’t believe any of this, but he realizes how dangerous Bischoff is and vows to protect Vanessa. He’s convinced Bischoff took an overdose of the drug and is now having a mental breakdown. Vanessa is not quite as sure as John. She begins to wonder if Bischoff could be telling the truth and wants to test the drug out for herself. John sees the danger in this, but can he stop her before it’s too late?

This is a story of reincarnation, paranormal, romance, mystery and suspense. As I read the book, I became totally caught up in the story. Sometimes a book comes along and sticks with you long after you’ve read the last page, this is that book for me. The suspense and mystery is woven throughout the entire storyline and keeps readers completely captivated until the shocking ending.

I’ve become a huge Richard Taylor fan. This is the second book I’ve read by him and, once again, I’m giving him 5 kitties and my Socrates Great Book Alert Award.

For reading challenges…

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Stones Skipping on Water at Smashwords


  1. But did you like it, Yvonne? Lol! I've never read this author but this one sounds interesting. The whole reincarnation thing has me fascinated.

    Have a great weekend!

  2. I like reincarnation, ever since I read this Erskine book when younger :)

  3. I haven't read anything by this author but I do love stories having to do with reincarnation in any form. Glad you liked it so much!


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