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Psychic Surveys: Book 1: The Haunting of Highdown Hall
"Good morning, Psychic Surveys. How can I help?"
The latest in a long line of psychically-gifted females, Ruby Davis can see through the veil that separates this world and the next, helping grounded souls to move towards the light - or 'home', as Ruby calls it. Not just a job for Ruby, it's a crusade and one she wants to bring to the High Street. Psychic Surveys is born.
Based in Lewes, East Sussex, Ruby and her team of freelance psychics have been kept busy. Specializing in domestic cases, their solid reputation is spreading - it's not just the dead that can rest in peace but the living too. All is threatened when Ruby receives a call from the irate new owner of Highdown Hall. Film star Cynthia Hart is still in residence, despite having died in 1958.
Winter deepens and so does the mystery surrounding Cynthia. She insists the devil is blocking her path to the light long after Psychic Surveys have 'disproved' it. Investigating her apparently unblemished background, Ruby is pulled further and further into Cynthia's world and the darkness that now inhabits it.
©2014 Crooked Cat Publishing (P)2017 Shani Struthers
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By shesgotmojo on 06-26-17


I loved every minute! wonderful narrator, intriguing characters and Jed the ghost dog. Absolutely perfect.

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By Elle Reich on 10-17-17

Good but...

Slow and non-compelling. No build. Drones on and on. Good character development. Characters believable.

The author: blames women for the behavior of sexual predators. She obviously does not understand this disease of the mind. Some people are just born sick. Did not appreciate the objectification of women or the unrealistic perception of the world. Disturbing and dismissive about sexual harassment/assault to include date rape and drugging women to rape them. Not graphic...just dismissive and almost seeks to normalize these topics, and garner sympathy for the predators.

The narrator: great but has a slight speech impediment. “R’s” are replaced by “w’s” frequently (thwee instead of three, worwy instead of worry, verwy instead of very, bawwier instead of barrier....ughhhhh). Listen to British narrators often and have never encountered this before.

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By Amazon Customer on 01-05-18

A n Entertaining Story

I really enjoyed listening to the book. Ruby is an interesting lead character and her growing relationship with Cash is well handled. A very down-to-earth setting and Shani has made the ghostly appearances seem totally plausible. Great humour and fun to listen to. Not scary.

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By m mackfall on 01-05-18


loved this story. it was easy listening with a good tale to tell well recommended

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