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Alex calls him Detective Psycho, and trusts the reluctant psychic’s intuitions.
This chilling suspense thriller is quite unsettling.Gus is sure that the killer is also watching the woman on the news, and targeting her.Though his day job is working at Valley Imaging doing mammograms and sonograms, Gus has a reputation for helping to solve crimes.When he’s not working or assisting the police, Gus helps his friend Beatice Vossenheimer expose fake psychics with the help of Beatrice’s 82-year-old secretary, and tries to evade Bridget Mulroney, the police PR liaison who has decided to interpret his disinterest in her as a challenge.This well-plotted series opener features interesting characters, witty banter, and a vivid setting.The book features a murder in Pye House, a manor in the English countryside, and Susan is sure it will be a best-seller like the previous books in the series, though the plot element of a fatal illness for Pünd is troubling.
Unfortunately the last chapter is missing, and Susan spends Sunday afternoon compiling a list of suspects, motives, and alibis, hoping to solve the mystery herself before Monday, when she can ask Charles Clover, the owner of Cloverleaf Books, for the missing pages.
Days later Zena’s body washed ashore, miles from the cottage, a presumed victim of the undertow that made that section of the beach hazardous.
A chance encounter with a local while Carmen is buying supplies for the bungalow causes her to reconsider her belief that Zena’s death was an accident.
Instead of a party, she finds a deserted apartment except for Asa Bloch, her mother’s new assistant, who explains that Frances has just gotten married for the fourth time and is away on her honeymoon.
Meg visits Edgar, her mother’s long-time agent and the closest to a parent Meg ever had, in the hospital where he is dying.
As she researches Zena’s death, Carmen discovers documents and photographs that don’t tally with the minimal information Tom has shared with her, and is uneasy when realizing it was raining the day Zena swam in the sea.