A Vision of Murder:: A Psychic Eye Mystery

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Penguin, Dec 6, 2005 - Fiction - 304 pages
153 Reviews
Professional psychic Abby Cooper has invested in a fixer-upper, hoping to make a killing in the real estate market. But a killing of another kind puts her plans awry, as the ghost of a murdered woman and some troublesome poltergeists lead her into a mystery that stretches all the way back to World War II.

 

 

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The premise is unique and refreshing. - Goodreads
The writing is fantastic. - Goodreads
So far, the Vegas story is the best Abby plot line. - Goodreads
The writing though...omg. - Goodreads

Review: A Vision of Murder (Psychic Eye Mystery #3)

User Review  - Katie Heflin - Goodreads

I listen to this via audible.com and I like this series. It's comforting. However, I'm not sure why they chose an older woman's voice to play the character of Abby. From what I understand, Abby is a ... Read full review

Review: A Vision of Murder (Psychic Eye Mystery #3)

User Review  - Melody - Goodreads

This is one of those series that I like because they are carefree - fun - easy and stress-free. Out of this series, this one is the first that has ghosts. It is a different aspect and adds another element to the characters. Read full review

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Contents

Chapter One
1
Chapter Two
14
Chapter Three
32
Chapter Four
47
Chapter Five
63
Chapter Six
85
Chapter Seven
105
Chapter Eight
125
Chapter Ten
176
Chapter Eleven
199
Chapter Twelve
217
Chapter Thirteen
249
Chapter Fourteen
264
Chapter Fifteen
278
Epilogue
293
Copyright

Chapter Nine
144

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About the author (2005)

Real-life professional psychic Victoria Laurie drew from her career as a gifted intuitive to create the characters of Abigail Cooper and M. J. Holliday. She lives in beautiful Austin, Texas, with two spoiled dachshunds, Lilly and Toby, and one opinionated parrot named Doc.

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