Ellen tries to deny her precognition, just as she did the previous autumn when she foresaw her husband's death by drowning. Burdened with guilt for his death, she is certain she could have done something to prevent it. Now her second sight about James Montgomery haunts her. When more murders come to light, Ellen feels obligated to prove what she senses.
©2002 K Follis Cheatham; (P)2005 Books in Motion
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