Third book about Sherry Moore, the psychic who, by touching the hand of a deceased person, can “see” the last 18 seconds of that persons thoughts. This ability leads her to the top of a mountain in Alaska to try and help a group of stranded mountain climbers. What she sees however, is far more sinister than she expects and leads Ms. Moore and the reader from the deep freeze of Alaska to the tropical heat of Haiti, and right into an inside view of human trafficking. I thought this was a difficult subject to handle in a work of fiction and Mr. Shuman did it admirably. I couldn’t wait to get back to it when I had to put it down, so finished it in a couple of sittings. The introduction of a new character had me curious enough to want to read the fourth Sherry Moore novel right away.