The Final Seven


The Final Seven (The Lightkeepers #1) by Erica Spindler

Detective Michealea “Mikki” “Mad Dog” “Double D” Dare has worked hard to reach where she is.


And now she has some green guy who is the FBI’s lapdog being promoted to detective and given to be her partner. Her mission, be a good cop and protect this new detective at all costs.

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Detective Zach Harris has special abilities. He can read energy off of others, touch objects to see what others are feeling or pick up memories, and has the ability to charm and persuade anyone.


He had been living off his abilities, using them to get whatever he wants, when an FBI agent approached him and asked him to participate in their experimental program.


These two couldn’t be more different, but are pushed together as the case they are on is terrifying. The first Saturday in July, a coed is kidnapped with the number 7 carved into the door. The next week it continues. They have to track this guy down before he finishes whatever his master plan may be.


While they search for the truth, it turns out there is more to this FBI agent that found Zach and an explanation to his abilities, more sensational than Zach could have ever imagined.




Thoughts After Reading:

I thought this was good, but I read the second book, Triple Six, first and liked it better as the characters were more developed and settled in with each other.


But this still was a great book, and set up the introductions as to who the characters are and their mission.


The ending was fantastic. Spindler is a talented writer and has a skill for creating a powerful thriller and wonderful characters.



For more serial killers, go to Sleeping Beauty

For more FBI, go to Ashes to Ashes


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