A Sinister Sense
"Seeing visions of the future and turning into people's thoughts come naturally to Clara Quinn thanks to her inherited Quinn Sense. Unfortunately, it offers no insight into her love life-or lack thereof-especially where hardware store owner Rick Sanders is concerned. But even though she's still nursing a broken heart, Clara offers Rick a home for his troublesome dog, Tatters. But Tatters is the least of Rick's problems when a dead body is discovered in the back of his truck. The victim was seen in the hardware store-and bludgeoned to death with a hammer stolen from there. Clara believes Rick is innocent, but she's not sure whether that belief comes from the Quinn Sense in her head or simply from a desire in her heart..."--P.  of cover.
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Synopsis:Clara Quinn is still afraid of forming any relationships beyond friendship with males. However, this doesn't keep her, and her Quinn Sense, from helping Rick when he is accursed of murdering ... Read full review
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I was disappointed by the first book in this series, but I'm often left ambivalent about first books in a new series - sometimes an author just needs to find the groove for both themselves and their ... Read full review