Doom with a View
Paperback, 314 pages
Published September 1st 2009 by Berkley Books (first published August 29th 2009)
Professional psychic Abigail Cooper is used to dealing with skeptics, but even she's ready to cry "uncle!" when she's forced to work with a true non-believer bent on proving her a fraud.
Business has been frustratingly slow for Abby who needs any new commission she can get, even if it means agreeing to a job with the FBI that puts her at the center of an internal political struggle between two powerful agents, one of whom is the flinty lead investigator and confirmed skeptic Brice Harrison. Abby's skills are continually tested – along with her patience – as she works to convince Harrison that she's not only the real deal, but can help him locate three college teens who've mysteriously disappeared.
Abby's intuition tells her these are no random abductions—and foresees another victim being kidnapped. To get to the bottom of the case, she and Harrison will have to put their differences aside and work together to find the connection between the missing kids. And to do that, Abby will have to win Harrison over, while keeping her psychic eye wide open.
This is the seventh book in the Psychic Eye mystery series by Victoria Laurie.
After reading book one in this series, I knew I wanted to continue with more. So I decided to jump to the books I already had in my collection.
This book shows Abby and her private investigator partner, Candice going to assist the FBI with a missing kids case. Upon their arrival, it is apparent that the head of the investigation, Brice Harrison immediately dismisses the need for Abby’s help. So he plans out an elaborate test for her. When she finds nothing in the house Brice had picked to trick her, Abby instead finds the dead body of an agent in an adjacent house which nearly makes Harrison’s head explode with rage.
The mystery was this was great. It was complex and Abby had to use more than her intuition to solve it. It was a real fun ride and I look forward to the next book I have in my collection.
Definitely a must read series is you love anything psychic.
If you are looking for a good cozy mystery, definitely check this one out.