Faced with a terminal brain tumor, Professor Michael Peterson promises complete confidentiality and agrees to undergo an experimental and highly secretive brain cell grafting operation. But in the aftermath of the surgery, he becomes an unwilling participant in a murder plan initiated by his donor when he begins to have flashes of fragmented images that have no connection to his life. Drawn into a maze of deceit and danger, Michael must choose between keeping his word to the person who saved his life and attempting to save a complete stranger. 

The steadily paced plot of "Images" draws readers into an engaging and thrilling world of deceit where the hero not only faces a life altering decision, he’s left wondering if he might be losing his mind. The story has little romance except for a few hints of one maybe happening in the future, there are some intimate scenes between some of the characters. There are many strong characters in this story but this makes it a bit confusing for readers due to the flip-flopping between thought processes of all the different characters. Unfortunately, it is not always clear whose thoughts are whose, and readers will wonder who the bad guy is. The suspense builds throughout the story keeping readers on edge until the very end with a few surprising twists along the way of this entertaining and suspenseful read.

E.L. Hurley