Visions of Murder

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Llewellyn Publications, 1996 - Fiction - 328 pages
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A systems analyst is shot down in a Dallas parking lot just as he uncovers a lucrative money-laundering scheme. An amateur archeologist unearths a kind of dirt she's not used to handling when she stumbles upon an illegal pot-hunting operation. A ruthless gang of black marketeers will stop at nothing to strip the U.S. Southwest of precious Indian artifacts-or to discover how much one resourceful woman knows about their crimes.

In Visions of Murder by Florence Wagner McClain, the recently widowed Janet Manning's only hope is to find the connection between a clue left by her dead husband, the fabled remains of an ancient Roman settlement in New Mexico, and her own disturbing psychic bond with a man she has never met.

Janet is pulled deeper and deeper into darkness as the mystery extends into a risky romantic triangle. Together, she and those she loves become targets in a dangerous race to locate the priceless artifacts-or die trying!

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About the author (1996)

Florence Wagner McClain is a parapsychologist, amateur archeologist, photographer, historian, and expert woodsperson who has traveled and lived all over the United States. Now living near Denton, Texas, she spends her time in historical and archeological research, writing, and exploration of the Southwest. Experienced in search and rescue training and wilderness survival, a local newspaper has described her real life adventures as "topping those of the fictional Indiana Jones.

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