After solving the Philadelphia socialite murder, Ann Kinnear should be riding high. Instead, she's depressed and considering abandoning her spirit sensing business. To add to her problems, Ann has suffered a series of injuries to her hands - could these be the ghostly repercussions of the violence that ended her last case?
Ann goes to Maine to solicit help from fellow spirit senser Garrick Masser. Ann and Garrick find more trouble than they bargained for in a tale of obsession and misplaced loyalty that has its roots in a crumbling summer hotel, international art theft, and the historic wildfire that destroyed large swaths of Mount Desert Island in 1947.
Unless Ann can fit together the pieces of the past while staying ahead of whatever - or whomever - is causing her harm, her future, and that of her friend Garrick, may be very brief indeed.
©2015 William Kingsfield Publishers (P)2015 William Kingsfield Publishers
No, too slow.
The premise is so good but falls short of its potential.
Monotone voice was distracting.
No. Not very connected.
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I am addicted to books. Nothing makes me happier than crawling inside a good book.
No I don't re-listen
Ann she really has issues.
When her dog lets her see him and she discovers even a small dog can scare away Biden.
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