By Victoria Laurie
The New York Times bestselling writer of the fabulous whodunit”* Lethal Outlook is again together with her most up-to-date Psychic Eye secret. marriage ceremony bells are ringing for psychic Abigail Cooper, yet her senses are tingling that fiancé Dutch is in danger .
It’s stated to be sturdy good fortune if it rains in your marriage ceremony day, yet Abby sees anything darker than typhoon clouds at the horizon. She’s simply had a stressful premonition of her fiancé’s homicide. Her husband-to-be has been assigned to a case regarding a sequence of suicide bombings, and Abby’s spirit publications warn her of approaching danger.
FBI agent Dutch Rivers is holding his cool, yet Abby can’t quell her anxiousness. After one other suicide bombing at a neighborhood good looks salon, Abby vows to do every thing in her energy to maintain Dutch secure and get him to the altar. yet at the morning of the rite, she unearths herself in a dire scenario, with time working out .
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