It doesn’t take a crystal ball to see that something’s not right on Bay Island…
Since she left her psychiatric practice in New York City to open up a psychic shop in her hometown on Bay Island, Cass Donovan has given her fair share of readings to conflicted customers. But what she sees in Ellie Callahan’s future doesn’t bode well.
When Ellie’s mother, Marge, publicly confronts Cass about the reading, the embarrassment makes her want to curl up and die. And when she later stumbles across Marge’s body—and is a suspect in her murder—Cass is suddenly the star of Bay Island’s rumor mill.
Cass is determined to prove her innocence and save Ellie from meeting the fate in her unfortunate vision. But even with the help of her friends Bee and Stephanie, Cass will have to channel some serious sleuthing instincts to find the real killer…
This mystery has captured my attention from the first page and it was really hard to put it down. An intriguing storyline, complex characters, a beautiful setting and a touch of paranormal: a truly enjoyable reading. Cass reads the future in her crystal ball. She has just seen something she doesn't like in the future of a customer but have not the courage to tell it her and so pretends not to have seen anything. But this act of generosity will cost her. The mother of the customer, always very skeptical about Cassie's activities, takes the opportunity to discredit her in front of everyone. When she is found dead, Cass will be found the subject of much gossip. To exonerate herself, she will have to investigate with the help of her friends. Cass is very nice, sensitive and intelligent, it's easy to become attached to her even if you are not lovers of mysticism. Great debut for this new series, I can not wait to read the next chapter. This story was really well written, the plot was well developed and well woven, the final was really unpredictable. Highly recommended
About The Author
Lena lives in a small town on the south shore of eastern Long Island with her husband and three children.
When she was growing up, she spent many lazy afternoons on the beach, in the yard, anywhere she could find to curl up with a good book. She loves reading as much now as she did then, but she now enjoys the added pleasure of creating her own stories.