Book Review

COLD AS DEATH
by T.J. MacGregor

Genre: Mystery/Suspense/Thriller, Mystery, Paranormal

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The fifth book in the Tango Key mystery series offers plenty of paranormal elements, including psychic visions, mermaids and ghosts, to help a fairly standard suspense plot rise above the crowd. Psychic Mira Morales is an admirable heroine and, despite a cookie-cutter villain with vaguely defined motives and the overabundance of coincidences, her pluck and fortitude keep the mystery engaging.

Mira Morales is trying to rebuild her life after Hurricane Danielle left her bookstore and home in need of repair and her love life in equal shambles. When she has a horrible vision
of a fire at a nearby home, she follows
it and finds a dead woman and a
missing boy. The boy is the son of superstar actress Suki Nichols, and Mira becomes the prime suspect when Suki's producer husband finds her
near the housekeeper's body.

Mira's ex-boyfriend Sheppard
hears about the crime and comes
to her defense. Together they race
to piece together the clues behind
the boy's disappearance. (PINNACLE,
Oct., 352 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Tara Gelsomino

Publisher: Pinnacle

Published: October 2006

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