Will Reggie's psychic abilities be strong enough to prove her innocence and stop a killer who's marked her for death?
Clipped by a speeding car as she crosses her street in Boston's South End, Regina Cutter gratefully accepts the help of her new upstairs tenant, Steven Damelin, a single young financial analyst. Reggie is surprised to learn from him that her late Aunt Jo, who was also a psychic, was involved in a "deal" with Steven shortly before her death. But before Reggie can learn specifics, Steven is brutally murdered in the upstairs flat, and Reggie's own front door is smeared with blood marks that look like Chinese characters.
Reggie has used her psychic powers before to help the Boston P.D., but the homicide detective assigned to Steven's case not only lacks faith in her abilities but also makes it clear that she's not above suspicion. On the defensive and relegated to the sidelines, Reggie resolves to find the murderer, who may already have picked her as the next victim.
"The suspense builds all the way to the end." (Booklist)
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Modern Version of a Classic Mystery
Yes, I own many reads by Ms Fields. I don't really get into the authors, but the synopsis/ reviews I find that Anna reads. She read this story at a fast pace which was a bit reminiscent of the old Dashiell Hammett type stories. This one will not disappoint. Now if you are a hard core mystery listener, beware. This was pure entertainment, not the best literary mystery.
When, our heroine, finds Stephen! Whoa. There was humor with Stark and Biscuit, and a trail of characters which lead you on a merry chase.
YOU buy these books/authors JUST because the late great Anna Fields reads them. If you are a romance reader, See Susan Elizabeth Phillips series.
The price is not bad, and if you buy on the 50% sale, do as I do, and load up on Ms Fields reads.
- Book and Movie Lover