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Regina Cutter is the mother of two grown children and the victim of her husband's midlife crisis. Out of a marriage, an income, and a place to live, she has relocated to Boston's Back Bay where her psychic aunt bequeathed her a townhouse...and some paranormal ability. Adjusting to her new middle-class life and taking on a new job as a police psychic, Reggie is called upon to help prove the innocence of a falsely imprisoned criminal and to end the possible haunting of a recently renovated townhouse. It's quite a long way from bemoaning a broken marriage, and newly minted psychic Regina Cutter is just getting started.
©2005 Cecelia Tishy (P)2005 Blackstone Audiobooks

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"Tishy's mystery thriller with a psychic twist introduces an engaging new heroine." (Publishers Weekly)

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very dissapointed!

It sounded like it would be good, but plot was uninteresting and disjointed. The characters were boring. Was only able to get half through this before I gave up.

7 of 7 people found this review helpful

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Now You See Her

This was a very nice "easy listening" book. Authors writing style reminded me of Janet Evanovich. Fun enjoyable listen to a storyline that is not really plausible.

5 of 5 people found this review helpful

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    2 out of 5 stars

Didn't work as an audio book

I am a big fan of Anna Fields and mystery books. This book wasn't bad but it just seemed too flat as an audio book. I think this was the kind of book that would be better read when one wanted extremely light reading.Like reading a mildly funny sitcom. It wasn't awful but Audible has so many much better books, even in the light mystery catagory that I could not recommend this one.

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  • Sires
  • Chesapeake, OH, United States
  • 03-16-14

Book Lacks Focus Good Narration Though

I bought this book because it was a whispersync deal at a good price and because it was narrated by the late Anna Fields who I had heard good things about.

In the hands of a less skilled narrator I would have probably abandoned it in the middle when the story line seemed to lose focus.

A Boston cold case detective consults with a psychic about the murder of a prominent Bostonian's son that he himself had investigated decades before. A man was arrested and convicted but there are doubts about his guilt. Meanwhile Reggie, the psychic, a divorced former corporate wife, is brought by a realtor to check out a house that the new owners thought was haunted.

It felt like this was not the first book in the series but I checked on both Fantastic Fiction and Amazon and couldn't find a prior book-- there is a later one. While I have read books where the author deliberately made it seem that there had been prior books, this one made me feel a little off kilter. There was just too many loose ends like the person that Reggie was always waiting to hear from and the biker with whom she is co-parenting a beagle.

I might pick up another book by this author if it was the right price or a loan but I wouldn't go checking for her books.

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To predictable.

Nothing to the imagination, you could see what was coming, but not all bad.

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great!

good mystery with just a touch of paranormal. great read. Really great time waster ;)

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Enjoyed

Easy listening. Story has both humor and suspense.enjoyed will definitely try another of her works.