A Glimpse of Evil
Professional psychic Abigail Cooper is about to discover that some cold cases are better off dead... As the FBI's newest Civilian Profiler, Abby Cooper is using her powers of intuition to help solve a backlog of the bureau's cold cases. But when she's the only one who's convinced that several... show more
Professional psychic Abigail Cooper is about to discover that some cold cases are better off dead... As the FBI's newest Civilian Profiler, Abby Cooper is using her powers of intuition to help solve a backlog of the bureau's cold cases. But when she's the only one who's convinced that several separate cold cases are related, she'll have to call on every intuitive bone in her body before she's the one put on ice...
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 2010-07-06
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Series: Psychic Eye Mystery (#8)
This reader's personal opinion, ©2012, all rights reserved, not to be quoted, clipped or used in any way by Google Play, amazon.com or other commercial booksellers* Holy Smokes! Am I seriously eight books into this fluffy, chicklit, paranormal, cozy mystery series? Really? I don't believe myself...
I've always been a fan of this series, but some of the books I've liked much more than others. This was one of the ones I liked the most. An easy, enjoyable read with a cast of likable characters and a plot and sub-plot that come together nicely. I'm looking forward to her next one.
3.5 starshis book sets in Austin, as Abby moves there along with his live-in boyfriend, Dutch, to join FBI's Cold Case Division. Soon enough, Abby finds herself in a different investigation when she and her friend, Candice, work together to find answers on there girls that have been murderedThe only...
Really liked this one! Abby seemed to get herself into more trouble than usual, but all the romantic stuff going on between her & Dutch, and Candice & Brice was a nice diversion from that. I didn't care much for the one before this, but this one was back on the mark. I'll be ready for the next on...
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