My Soul to Keep

My Soul to Keep As nasty as I knew Peter Terry to be I never expected him to start kidnapping kids Much less a sweet funny little boy with nothing to protect him but a few knock kneed women two rabbits and a stap

  • Title: My Soul to Keep
  • Author: Melanie Wells
  • ISBN: 9781590524282
  • Page: 184
  • Format: Paperback
  • As nasty as I knew Peter Terry to be, I never expected him to start kidnapping kids Much less a sweet, funny little boy with nothing to protect him but a few knock kneed women, two rabbits, and a staple gun It s psychology professor Dylan Foster s favorite day of the academic year graduation day A day of pomp, circumstance, and celebration And after all the mortar boardAs nasty as I knew Peter Terry to be, I never expected him to start kidnapping kids Much less a sweet, funny little boy with nothing to protect him but a few knock kneed women, two rabbits, and a staple gun It s psychology professor Dylan Foster s favorite day of the academic year graduation day A day of pomp, circumstance, and celebration And after all the mortar boards are thrown, Dylan and some of her best friends will gather around a strawberry cake to celebrate Christine Zocci s sixth birthday But the joyful summer afternoon goes south when a little boy is snatched from a neighborhood park, setting off a chain of events that seem to lead exactly nowhere.Police are baffled, but Christine s eerie connection with the kidnapped child sends Dylan on a chilling investigation of her own Is the pasty, elusive stranger Peter Terry to blame Exploding light bulbs, the deadly buzz of a Texas rattlesnake, and the vivid, disturbing dreams of a little girl are just pieces in a long trail of tantalizing clues leading Dylan in her dogged search for the truth.

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    About “Melanie Wells

    • Melanie Wells

      Melanie Wells began her writing career by telling lies on the playground An accomplished fiddle player she went to SMU on a music scholarship , she is the author of the critically acclaimed Dylan Foster series of psychological thrillers When the Day of Evil Comes, The Soul Hunter, and My Soul to Keep Waterbrook Multnomah, a Division of Random House Melanie holds two masters degrees and is a licensed psychotherapist and licensed marriage and family therapist She is the founder and director of The LifeWorks Group, P.A a collaborative, creative community of psychotherapists wefixbrains , with offices in Dallas and Ft Worth She lives in Dallas with her dog, Gunner, who wishes she would not spend so much time at her computer Fun fact Lyle Lovett and Robert Earl Keen have both signed her fiddle case.

    640 thoughts on “My Soul to Keep

    • Dylan Foster has elected of her own volition to follow the wending labyrinth of mysteries and intrigues surrounding the kidnapping of a young neighbourhood child. As the police turn up no substantive clues in finding the child, Dylan relies on a constellation of unlikely sources to aid her in the quest for truth. Chilling coincidences and the unsettling dreams of a six-year-old girl, Christine Zocci, lead Dylan on an epic and shadowy journey filled with bizarre twists and feints as she unravels [...]

    • The third book in a series of mystery/mystical/suspense novels about a psychologist who finds herself caught up in something that's bigger than her. The story grabs you from the first chapter, and it's difficult to put down until the end! I can't wait for the next one to come out!

    • In My Soul to Keep, the third spiritual thriller featuring psychologist Dylan Foster, Melanie Wells brings her reluctant heroine full circle as Dylan is forced to confront her most complex battle yet against the demon Peter Terry. This time, Peter Terry's attacking the children in Dylan's life as Nicholas, the son of her friend Maria, is kidnapped. Six-year-old Christine, a child with astonishing spiritual acumen, witnesses the kidnapping and is emotionally traumatized. But her faith and spiritu [...]

    • I waited years to hear more from Melanie Wells and was thrilled to finally spot her latest on . In My Soul to Keep, the third of the Day of Evil series, psychology professor Dylan Foster’s young friend, Christine Zocci, celebrates her sixth birthday at a park where a little boy, Nicholas, is snatched by a stranger. As the police commence their search, every clue fizzles to failure, while Christine’s eerie connection to the boy leads Dylan on an investigation of her own. Dodging the mysteriou [...]

    • My thoughts: If you know anything about me and my book reviews you know that I have a really long TBR list. If you did not know that, look at my archives and see it. Anyway, it's long, I just have so many things that are calling my name. Well, I received this book My Soul to Keep and it is book three of a series. I'm one of those people who does not like to read things out of order, so I planned to put this one further down in the pile and maybe read the others first, but then I read a couple re [...]

    • As the other two of the series - this one is also a captivating and fun read.I really like Melanie Wells' comical, intriguing and suspenseful writing style, her sense of humor. I know it is a fiction book - the goal of it isn't really preaching christian doctrine. Still it bothers me it doesn't give the right message with quite few things. The main heroine is dealing with a demon and yet, doesn't seek out help from her churchI wish she would pray more in her turbulence And Ankh? I've read it in [...]

    • The horror elements are actually muted this at this point in the series -- this is really more of a suspense novel with tinges of the supernatural, and those tinges are clearly shaping up into an overarching backstory with hierarchies of angels and demons whose spiritual warfare spills over messily into human lives. At this point, you can still read this novel on its own, but there's a lot you can better appreciate if you've got the first two under your belt. Clearly, this is all headed somewher [...]

    • This is the first book in the series that I have read. Maybe Dylan's character traits/flaws would be better understood if I'd read all 3 books in order. Just enough creepy factor. Some of Dylan's exploits seem unlikely. Running around seedy parts of townte at night a clunker. Not likely if you want to stay alive. Again, maybe that is part of the allure. I'm intrigued by the Peter Terry and Joe Riley characters. Enough to go read the first 2 books.

    • This was a quick read. I picked it up at the library not realizing it was number three out of three in a series. As I was reading it I often questioned some things the main character was doing or saying it just did not seem real, but I also could not put it down and had that eerie feeling when I was not reading it. I would check out the other two if given a chance.

    • Pretty much everyone who knows me knows I won't quit reading a book . . . once I start, I have to finish. But I came close with this one. There were parts of the story that were good, but I just wanted to hear the story about finding the kidnapped boy without all of the weird stuff thrown in around it.

    • I really enjoyed this mystery and could not put it down. Melanie Wells is a talented writer and drew me in from the first page and kept me wanting to know more until the very end! My only regret is that I didn't read the other Dylan Foster stories first because I felt that they would have helped me understand this book a little clearer.

    • I didn't know this was the 3rd in a series when I picked it up and there were several places in the book where I knew the story was referencing something from book 1 or 2. That said, I still managed to follow the story and the relationships pretty well. Would I go back and read the first two? Probably not. But this one was pretty good.

    • The story line was the best out of the three but the reason I gave it three stars instead of four was the ending. The worst ending to a trilogy I have ever read. In fact there was no ending; it just stopped. Nothing was really left unsaid but I felt there could have been more. There could easily have been a couple more books in this series.

    • Out if all threee second book was the best. I am not sure if the Author plans to write more in this series. I felt like there were too many loose ends for the characterscluding the infamous Peter Terry. I hope there is more. Good book all in all. But the second is my favorite.

    • Too far out there weird for me. Maybe I just missed out by reading the first two in the series, but this bad mysterious spirit guy, Peter Terry, being to blame for all this - nope, not my kind of book.

    • Good page-turning suspense novel. Please read the Soul Hunter first. The earthly crime is resolved but the spiritual warfare is still left with loose ends--more books to come?

    • The continuing story of Dylan Foster's strange encounters with Peter Terry and the people he's affected. This time, a young boy is kidnapped and Dylan tries to figure out the who and the why.

    • Really wish she would continue this series, or write anything new! After these 3 I have been unable to find anything else by her.

    • Suspenseful. Great book did not know that the author has written previous books using the same characters. Looking into reading more of these!

    • Last book in this series.n, same main characters but as good as the other two. All with suspense and some romance thrown in there too.

    • Outstanding!! Kudos to Melanie Wells for penning such a wonderful thrilling, yet inspiring, series!!! I loved all three books!!

    • I loved all three books in this series. The author has a conversational way of writing. The main character is real. She isn't perfect, far from, and I feel I can relate to her. Great book1

    • Didn't realize this book was part of a series when I chose it. Found it hard to follow characters and references. Who was alive, dead, real, imaginary?

    • Okay, I didn't like this book as much as the 2nd one. The kidnapping of the child bothered me and then I couldn't get into it.

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