Business has been frustratingly slow for Abby. She reluctantly agrees to a job with the FBI, putting her at the center of an internal political struggle between two agents. Abby's skills and patience are tested, but when she helps them locate three college students who've mysteriously disappeared, they know she's the real deal. Her intuition says these weren't random abductions. With her psychic eye wide open she sets out to find a kidnapper.
©2009 Victoria Laurie (P)2009 Audible, Inc.
Another really enjoyable book from Victoria Laurie, read by Elizabeth Michaels. I'm getting used to EM's narrating, & really like her style and voice; she complements the story well. The book is another great instalment in the series about Abbey Cooper, Psychic Investigator extraordinaire. I plan to download the whole series!
good as always...... have enjoyed all of this series.... some more than others..... but always a good listen......
I just love this series. It has everything I love: mystery, ghosties, sassy slueths and romance! I sure would love to join Abbie and Candace's PI team. They're a hoot! Harrison really spiced things up. For some reason I kept picturing him as Eric from True Blood. Meow! Now that Abbie is Austin bound, I HAVE to dive into the next book!
As for the narrator, she did a pretty good job. I like that she doesn't talk at rapid fire like some of the others. This book is easy to listen to when your driving, working out, or doing some other tedious multi-tasking chore. Good stuff!
This was a breezy easy read (listen) and the characters and story were entertaining.
It's easy to say Abbie since she is the "star" but I rather liked the PI character, Candace.
I really enjoyed the climactic scene in the.....well, the climactic scene.
Politics from the other side.
I'm not really into psychics and hoggie boogy stuff but I enjoyed this mystery and the characters enough to try another book from the series.
no, narator is great
She does a great job with the charactor
hard to put this down
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