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Bridgette Powell Bridgette Powell i(A146281 works by)
Gender: Female
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Reflection of Evil 2012 single work novel crime

'Paul Marriott was twelve years old when he witnessed the death of his father. This experience awakened a dark, malevolence which resided in his inner sanctum, an evilness that in coming years would be unleashed through the murder of innocent women. He believed his scheme was one of pure brilliance. By enticing his chosen victims to divulge their greatest fears he'd create a way to manifest them into a reality. No one would question lives taken through seemingly accidental events. But he hadn't counted on the scientific expertise and supernatural insight of Chief Pathologist, Dr Tahilia Baxter or the investigative prowess of Detective Brodie Halligan. The psychological background of a serial killer unfolds. Portraying the distinctive roles of Pathologists, Criminologists and Police Officers along with the victim's journey in to the afterlife brings together the rational world of science and the esoteric forces of the spiritual domain. This spine-tingling murder mystery captures the intrinsic nature of forensics, takes you into the sinister realm of a killer's mind and transforms you into another dimension. May the words instill an understanding of forensic science and evoke an awareness of spirit which allows you to question your own beliefs...the unique connection between life and death.'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

2013 longlisted Davitt Award Best Adult Crime Novel
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