McCann tells us “There are more than 2,500 documented cases of young children who have reported memories of a previous life.” Imagine how many go undocumented.
Enter the homicide detective team of Donaghue and Stainer. The pair are pulled into a four year old Chinatown murder by odd circumstances. A child psychology researcher has new testimony from the victim—a young boy named Taylor Chan. From there an enticing story unfolds.
Michael J. McCann keeps us turning pages with gritty realism, well-drawn action sequences, and multifaceted characters. His mystery draws us in, twisting and turning its way to unexpected revelations.
Blood Passage is at once a thought-provoking read and thoroughly entertaining. I highly recommend it!
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