By Victoria Laurie
Expert psychic Abby Cooper has invested in a fixer-upper, hoping to make a killing within the actual property industry. yet a killing of one other sort places her plans awry, because the ghost of a murdered lady and a few problematical poltergeists lead her right into a secret that stretches all of the as far back as global warfare II.
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You two really seem to like each other, and that’s the important part. So many of my friends rushed the physical part of their relationships and they paid for it later when they realized they had never built a good foundation. ” I asked, peeking through a crack in my hands. “I’m positive,” my sister answered, flashing me a reassuring smile. Just then there was a quick knock on my door and Cat and I both looked up to see Donna in the doorway. ” Cat asked. “There is another phone call for you, Miss Cooper,” Donna said looking at me.
I am forever grateful. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS More than any other manuscript I’ve written thus far, this one relied upon the help and generosity of so many people. In December of ’04, while walking down three snowy steps, I slipped and broke my hand. At the time, I was one hundred pages into this very manuscript—with two hundred more due in less than thirty days. I didn’t make that deadline; in fact, had it not been for the understanding, kindness and assistance of so many dear friends and family, I’m not sure I would have finished at all.
I had little doubt that Cat would move forward with this idea if I didn’t hop on board. She was like that; the moment her mind was made up it was made up, and I didn’t think I could let Dave try to “manage” Cat on his own. He’d definitely need a buffer. “Fine,” I said with an exasperated sigh. ” she asked, leaning forward in the overstuffed chair she was sitting in. “Oh, Abby, that’s great! See? ” She beamed. “Thrilling,” I said, my voice a monotone. “I’ll call Dave tomorrow and get the ball rolling.
A Vision of Murder by Victoria Laurie