Friday, May 5

A Vision of Murder by Victoria Laurie

Review by Andrea Maloney

Abby Cooper finds herself being a ghostbuster after her sister, Cat, talks her into investing in a fixer-upper. Soon after she closes on the property Abby witnesses a replay of a long ago murder that took place in the house and her handyman becomes victim to flying drills and other ghostly activity as the ghosts in residence stir up trouble. Aided by her boyfriend, FBI agent Dutch Rivers, Abby discovers the key to the murder involves a hidden treasure lost since World War II.  As she follows the trail to the truth Abby finds herself in the sights of a madman who will stop at nothing to find the treasure and keep Abby from learning the truth.

Another fun installment in the Abby Cooper, A Psychic Eye mysteries with a nice twisty plot and likeable characters. I figured out who was after Abby early on but it didn't detract from this likeable and fun story. Again we find Abby putting herself into situations that her psychic intuition is warning her about so hopefully in the future Abby will develop a little more sense but Abby Cooper is a highly likeable character and this book is chock full of romance, suspense and a great mystery.  Abby Cooper is a character I hope will be around for a long time.


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