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Reviewed by Susan Sewell for Readers' Favorite
A young woman is murdered, and her housemate is willing to do anything to access her memories in the spine-chilling novel, Access Point (A Psychological Thriller) by Tom Gabbay. Ula has made substantial breakthroughs in neurological science. Her studies have the potential to make the blind see. Unfortunately, on the day she succeeds in one of her experiments, Ula is run down by a car. After being in a coma for over a year, Ula loses her funding. Being persuaded by her colleague to let out one of her rooms, Ula puts out an ad. Looking for a new flat and with only a few days to move, Mia is thrilled with her good fortune when she finds Ula's advertisement. Sadly, soon after she moves in with Ula, Mia is stabbed to death in the nearby park. Fond of her tenant, Ula is determined to unmask Mia's killer. Using her skills and technology, she starts searching through Mia's memories. As she enters into Mia's thoughts, Ula uncovers more than she anticipated. Can Ula identify the killer? Or will she become the next victim?
Chills abound in the eerie novel, Access Point (A Psychological Thriller) by Tom Gabbay. It is a thrilling and suspenseful murder mystery that you can't put down once you pick it up. Complete with a convoluted plot, a fascinating storyline, an eerie background, and a spooky protagonist, the stunning story is enthralling until the very end. The author has skillfully created a story world where sanity opposes insanity, fluctuating and distorting the truth. Having to separate reality from the delusion is worthy of a Hitchcock story. With all the intense scenes and psychological twists and turns, this captivating novel is a cross between a Hitchcock film and a Phyllis Whitney novel. It is a scintillating story, and I highly recommend it to those who are fans of horror, suspense, and murder mysteries. The story contains a few graphic sexual scenes and violent assaults, therefore it is suited for a more mature reader.