Trace

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  • Paperback
  • 217 pages
  • Trace
  • Letitia L. Moffitt
  • English
  • 02 November 2018
  • 1942737025

About the Author: Letitia L. Moffitt

Letitia L Moffitt was born and raised in Hawaii, and somehow ended up in rural Illinois Her novels include Sidewalk Dancing Atticus Books 2013 , Trace and Vibe Sync Cantraip Press 2015 and 2016 Her memoir, Bird People, was published by Cantraip Press in 2019 In her spare time she runs marathons and ultramarathons and takes care of a lot of animals, including three beautiful, high maintenance macaws.



      Trace
Nola Lantry is a tracist she can sense the particles of energy that are released when the human body expires.It s a somewhat gruesome ability, and one of questionable value, but Nola tries her best to use it to bring a little meaning and excitement to her otherwise drab life in upstate New York She has assisted the Redfort Police Department on missing persons cases, and while most of the cops have little respect for her work, Nola is determined to prove her worth.The chance to do just that comes when the richest man in town, Culver Bryant, disappears.Suddenly Nola finds herself in the middle of a case that is both baffling and increasingly dangerous, the danger appearing in the form of death threats as well as the missing man s brother, Grayson Does Grayson Bryant pursue Nola to seduce her or to stop her and why does Nola feel a connection with him despite her mistrust Best Download Trace [ by ] Letitia L. Moffitt [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – lovelylingeriecompany.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “ Trace

  1. Bonnie Irwin says:

    Intrepid fictional crime fighters and CSIs are always looking for trace evidence Moffitt takes the concept of trace to another level in this novel, one that is at once tangible and spiritual The protagonist Nola can tell where someone died by the energy residue left behind at the moment of death She assists the police in complex cases where her particular skills lead to breakthroughs She is sensitive not just to trace, however, but to the nuances of her coworkers and acquaintances We see Intrepid fictional crime fighters and CSIs are always looking for tra...

  2. Pamela says:

    I so wanted to stop at the 30% mark but I kept going By the time I reached the 40% mark I had to remind myself that I paid good money for it so I kept at it At the 50% mark I wanted to shoot myself, but once again I trudged on the only way I knew how, by skimming thru it as quickly as possible thereby ending my torture The kicker It s only 127 pages Felt like 500 It was so bloody boring I wanted to scream If I were to describe this book with one word, that word would be lifeless The stor I so wanted to stop at the 30% mark but I kept going By the time I reached the 40% mark I had to remind myself that I paid good money for it so I kept at it At the 50% mark I wanted to shoot myself, but once again I trudged on the only way I knew how, by skimming thru it as quickly as possible thereby ending my torture The kicker It s only 127 pages Felt like 500 It was so bloody boring I wanted to scream If I were to describe this book ...

  3. Niki Lake says:

    Loved it so much I can t wait till the next book I will save my review to give you in person

  4. Ashley says:

    A good story with excellent and engaging characters The premise is intriguing and the mystery is solid, but the real draw for this book is the character study Nola Lantri s struggle to find her place in the wo...

  5. Angie West says:

    Loved it Good writing, good mystery It was enough to pull me out of the horrible week I m having and hold my attention right now , so props to it for that alone I saw a copy of Sidewalk Dancing at the same bookstore where I picked...

  6. Majanka says:

    Book Review originally published here is an enjoyable, entertaining novel about Nola Lantry, a tracist Tracists sense particles of energy released when a person dies a rather gruesome ability, but it does come in handy for the police force Nola often assists the Redfort Police Department on missing person cases by helping locate the body The disappearance of Culver Bryant, one of the richest men in town, is Nola s first high profile case.Culver Book Review originally published here is an enjoyable, entertaining novel about Nola Lantry, a tracist Tracists sense particles of energy released when a person dies a rather gruesome ability, but it does come in handy for the police force Nola often assists the Redfort Police Department on missing person cases by helping locate the body The disappe...

  7. Melissa Ames says:

    Moffitt creates a terrific kick off to her paranormal mystery series in Trace Through the eyes of Nola Lantry, a court reporter who moonlights as a quasi psychic consultant to her home town police department, readers see behind the complicated relationships and business partnerships of one of the richest men in town As Nola strives to help solve his murder drawing upon her unique and not always socially accepted tracist skills, her own life becomes intimately wrapped up in that of the deceas Moffitt creates a terrific kick off to her paranormal mystery series in Trace Through the eyes of Nola Lantry, a court reporter who moonlights as a quasi psychic consultant to her home town police department, readers see behind the complicated relationships and business partnerships of one of the richest men in town As Nola strives t...

  8. Cynthia Raleigh says:

    Trace kept my attention from beginning to end Nola Lantri, a tracist, is a comfortable and likable protagonist, like someone you know already and wish you could visit withoften The other characters are vivid without being over described Reading the book was a pleasure the story flowed easily and smoothly and I was sorry I was finished The concept of being a tracist and the applications of that talent to daily living, while occupying the realm of the paranormal, were well thought out a Trace kept my attention from beginning to end Nola Lantri, a tracist, is a comfortable and likable protagonist, like someone you know already and wish you could visit withoften The other characters are vivid without being over described Reading the book was a pleasure the story flowed easily and smoothly and I w...

  9. Victoria says:

    Classic crime story with a twistThis was a real page turner I read the entire story in one sitting I loved the idea of introducing a paranormal aspect to the main character Since I didn t exactly know how ...

  10. Melanie says:

    Great story This book is a very satisfying quick read The concept is intriguing trace sensing and crime solving NOLA is a very likable, sharp, independent, yet vulnerable character I look forward to meeting her again in the next book