Angell does a wonderful job intertwining three love stories—including one from long ago. Bree's visions bring alive the past and the fascinating mystery of who killed Daisy and her lover.

Bree is clairsentient: She can "read" feelings and experiences and share visions with ghosts. Her client, Sexton St. Croix, owns a cruise line. One of the ships that's due to be returned to service is haunted by Daisy, a low-class flapper.

Sexton is determined to discover the truth about what happened onboard the ship and is hosting a psychic cruise. He despises the nuisance Daisy, positive she shot her lover—Sexton's great-uncle—and herself long ago. Bree, on the other hand, is fond of the ghost and suspects something sinister went on 80 years ago.

(Apr., 320 pp., $5.99)
Reviewed by: 
Susan Mobley