A Dream of Death (Detective Lincoln Munroe, Book 1) by Harrison Drake

A Dream of Death (Detective Lincoln Munroe, Book 1)

By Harrison Drake

  • Release Date: 2012-06-03
  • Genre: Police Procedural
Score: 4
From 535 Ratings
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Ontario Provincial Police Detective Lincoln Munroe is coming up empty. As a serial killer terrorizes the area surrounding London, Ontario, Canada, Lincoln finds himself at a standstill waiting for the perfect killer to make his first mistake. While the body count rises without any leads, Lincoln finds himself haunted by dreams of discovering skeletal remains in the forest beneath a bloody knife. The dreams seem to come true when Lincoln is called to Algonquin Park to assist an old colleague. There he is tasked with overseeing the excavation of human remains buried more than twenty-five years earlier; remains that will bring to the surface cold cases, a painful past and memories Lincoln had long since forgotten. 'A Dream of Death' is the first in a series of character-driven police procedurals written by a Canadian police officer. Continue reading after the story for an excerpt of book two in the series, 'Blue Rubicon', due for release in June 2012. Show More Show Less


  • A dream of death

    By Tassy41
    Really enjoyed this book, hard to put down.
  • A Dream of Death ( Detective Lincoln Munroe, Book 1)

    By Exsurge
    It was free, so I tried to be fair, but when it's this bad, one must tell the truth. There were basic errors in the text that reveal this was not well read even by an editor. The sexual relationship with his partner was poorly written, oddly justified, and laughable to me, as a woman. The protagonist was hard to like, and even difficult to see as competent. Even the relationships that were structured as "friendships", such as Chen-Chen, were shallow and weakly defined. Do yourself a favor and skip this one as even the serial killer " bad guy" was under developed in terms of his motivation and believability. This proves the old adage that, " ...you get what you pay for...".
  • A Dream of Death

    By rootetoote
    This is a great easy read!
  • Fantastic book!!

    By Coloradoandrea
    I really loved this book. I don't usually give such high praise as I am quit particular, however, the book was written so well and had such a great storyline it is well deserved. Can't wait to read this author's next book.
  • A Dream of Death

    By Fred Z1
    Good mystery and easy read. Interestingly the author is a real cop.
  • A dream of Death

    By Adirondack lady
    I found the book to have a very interesting twist.
  • Awesome

    By Mmo expert
    The book was captivating. A hard to put down book. I really enjoyed this book because it has a lot to do with what I do everyday.
  • Wow

    By iPerrfection
    What an amazing story, I loved it. I couldn't stop reading
  • Great plot;good story

    By pkaufm1127
    A little long on the internal angst and self doubt issues but the story is more than worth the time to skip the ennui. A lot of suspense, and a lot of paranormal forces a police officer to confront terrible memories and fears at a great cost to himself and his family.
  • Snap out of it!

    By Otitus
    Lincoln cries too much! Jeesch! Dude, get a grip. The story and characters are well written and developed. Good style of dialogue. But the crybaby side of Lincoln just doesn't fit his character. Nothing suggests he's such a wuss. But, the crying does suggest he's got some issues he needs to deal with.