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Crime Seen (Psychic Eye Series #5)

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  • Posted March 15, 2010

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    Lovin' Laurie!

    Victoria Laurie's books are wonderful, quirky and offbeat. She once again delivers the awe and mystery with Crime Seen. Abby Cooper is such a delightful and complex character, and seems so lifelike. One would think after 4 books about a psychic who solves murders, that the plots would become stale and the question of "whodunnit" would be surprisingly easy to figure out. But with Abby, you just never know what is going to happen! Victoria Laurie tells a wonderful story with just the right touch of paranormal lots of unexpected plot twists to keep the reader guessing until the last pages. A definite page turner! I couldn't put it down!

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  • Posted May 10, 2009

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    fun, quirky, psychic crimefighter

    this is a fun series, funny, entertaining, and a quick read.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 25, 2014

    Love!

    I can't get enough of this series. I love it!!!

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  • Posted March 29, 2012

    Great Read!

    This is a great series. The characters are very well written and there is a new twist and turn with every page. It is an easy read and really enjoyable. Hard to put down.

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  • Posted December 3, 2010

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    Great Read!

    I loved this book! I can't wait to get the next book in the series, Death Preception!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 15, 2007

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    Seemlessly flowing from the previous series installment, we pick up with Abby recovering from her wound and struggling with her confidence. I liked the addition of a sidekick for Abby, Candice the PI. Other well loved characters remain: Dave, Milo, Theresa, and of course, Eggy! The intricate plotting around the mortgage company showed a lot of research and how things can be manipulated. Instead of buying a puppy, I wish they had rescued a dachshund! Can't wait for the next installment.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 7, 2007

    The best of the series!

    Victoria Laurie's series Psychic Eye, has brought us a wonderful set of characters and situations that continue to progress and evolve into a great mystery genre. Abby Cooper, a psychic who lives near Detroit, is recuperating from a near fatal shooting at her hunky boyfriend Dutch's house - She hasn't gone back to her psychic practise, in fact she has kind of cut down because the thinks she should have known that the bullet was coming and avoided it - Her Crew, her guides that help her on the Other Side, tell her everything has a purpose...To help get Abby back in the psychic swing of things, Dutch, in a great move, asks Abby's help on some cases he has been working on - to tell him her impressions after reviewing the files. Abby helps him tremendously and then goes 'undercover' to help solve an old murder - dangerous work - This series is delightful - Laurie's style is smooth and sounds like you are next to her telling you a story personally - excellent - I think you will like this book - and the preview of the next Abby looks to be excellent too. Ms. Laurie is a gifted psychic in her own right and gives spot-on readings - ellen george

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Crime Seen Victoria Laurie Signet, Sep 2007, ISBN: 9780451222015 In Royal Oak, Michigan Abby Cooper has physically recovered from almost dying from a gunshot wound, but mentally remains despondent as her psychic skills failed her. She remains in the house of her FBI Agent boyfriend Dutch Rivers and has not returned to work doing readings as she suffers from post traumatic stress syndrome. Private Investigator Candace calls to rent space from Abby while Dutch asks her to read three cases that have stymied him. Dutch¿s former partner police detective Milo mentions the parole hearing of Lutz convicted nine years ago of killing his first partner Walter McDaniel. Abby with the help of her crew of five spirits ¿reads¿ the first file. She next picks up a second case, but realizes she accidentally grabbed the Lutz file. She says nothing about Lutz to Dutch. Abby barters with Candace: four months no rent in exchange for helping her investigate the Lutz case because she feels he is not the killer although he confessed. Candace learns that a PI on the case Darren Cox quit to become a loan officer at Universal Mortgage, owned by Wolfe, who Abby knows was at the McDaniel crime scene. Candace arranges for Abby to meet Cox so that she can go undercover as a loan officer at Universal. --- The fifth Psychic Eye mystery is a clever whodunit that focuses on a more humanly foible than before Abby as she struggles to return to readings having failed to ¿see¿ the attempt on her life. Her undercover work upsets Dutch who knows she is up to something especially when he sees her hiding her face in the lap of another man, but trusts her to believe she is not cheating on him. Once again he enhanced by Candace makes Abby¿s psychic skills seem real although skeptical readers will question how easily strangers accept her ¿gift¿ without any doubt or scorn. Fans will enjoy Abby¿s return to what she does best. --- Harriet Klausner

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