Monday, March 28, 2011

A Glimpse of Evil

Professional psychic Abigail Cooper has received a cold welcome from some prickly investigators at the FBI. But that won't stop her from following her intuition...even if it brings her eye to eye with acts of true evil.

Some Cold Cases Are Better Left Cold...

As the FBI's newest civilian profiler, Abby Cooper has a tough job ahead of her. Not only does she have to use her powers of intuition to help solve a backlog of the bureau's cold cases, but she must also win over a frosty group of seasoned investigators and teach them how to develop their own perceptive abilities.

If it weren't challenging enough, Abby's sure that several of the cold cases are connected, but she's the only that is convinced. Things go from bad to worse when Abby and another agent are suspended for not following protocol, leaving Abby and her old partner, Candice, to investigate on their own. To discover how these pieces fit together, Abby will have to call on every intuitive bone in her body...before she's the one put on ice.

In this book we find Abby and Dutch working together in a new office in Austin. Interestingly enough it seems that the whole "crew" is relocating to Austin as well...which I find both strange and comforting in a way. Getting back to Dutch and Abby they along with other investigators are working cold cases. Every now and then Abby strikes gold, but there are a couple of cases that just don't sit well with Abby, and she has a strong feeling that they are connected.

Victoria Laurie's Psychic Eye series is one of those series that I cannot get enough of, the more I read the more I want. Case in point, A Glimpse of Evil, just finished reading it and now I want more....but it will have to wait. Good thing the next book is due out in July, so the wait won't be too bad. I hope...

A Glimpse of Evil by Victoria Laurie (4/5) Paranormal Mystery: Psychic; Published: Obsidian Maystery (7/2010); Series: # 8, Psychic Eye Mystery; Books 2011 (14)

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