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by Kari Lee Townsend

Genre: Mystery/Suspense/Thriller, Mystery, Amateur Sleuth

2011 Amateur Sleuth Nominee

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Fun and fortunetelling await readers in this first-rate debut mystery featuring a young and feisty psychic. Mitch is the perfect adversary for Sunny, and their constant bantering provides plenty of madcap situations to entertain readers. Great pacing, characters and a surprisingly good conclusion make this new series absolute fun!

Psychic Sunny Meadows is leaving the Big Apple and moving to Divinity, N.Y., to open her own fortunetelling business. Sunny’s first customer is a frantic librarian, Amanda Robbins. When Sunny reads her tea leaves, she sees impending doom. Sunny notifies the police, but it’s too late and Amanda is found dead. The police are skeptical and name her a prime suspect. To clear her name, she must work with detective Mitch Stone to uncover the real killer. (PRIME CRIME, Aug., 304 pp., $7.99)

Publisher: PRIME CRIME

Published: August 2011

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