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Posted October 30, 2013
In Kingsley¿s mystery novel, a new hotel resort is under constru
In Kingsley’s mystery novel, a new hotel resort is under construction in Finn’s Harbor, Maine. Unfortunately, no one in the community is happy about it. Cousins and best friends Clara and Stephanie Quinn attend the meeting when Clara gets a premonition that suggests danger. The following morning a customer enters the Raven’s Nest talking about a fatal fall that occurred on the construction site, and Clara now realizes that the Quinn Sense is in full operation. In a town filled with people who want the project to fail, Clara and Stephanie set out with the Quinn Sense as their guide as they team to find a killer before he can strike again.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
A delightful winning addition to the cozy paranormal mystery series, A Raven’s Nest Bookstore Mystery.
Posted October 21, 2013
Posted October 21, 2013
Posted June 5, 2013
Trouble Vision is the 3rd book in the A Raven's Nest Bookstore M
Trouble Vision is the 3rd book in the A Raven's Nest Bookstore Mystery series.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
An enjoyable series set in Finn's Harbor, Maine centering around a bookstore owned by Stephanie Quinn, with her cousin Clara Quinn who has a bit of an ability to read minds and tell the future. At times, much to her displeasure.
Finn's Harbor is starting construction on a new resort. A lot of the local residents are firmly against it and at a progress meeting, vocally expressed their displeasure. At this meeting Clara has a vision of something terrible happening and the next day the construction foreman falls from the top scaffolding and dies. It's ruled an accident and without disclosing her special talents, Clara and Stephanie have to start sleuthing on their own. Then a bank robbery and another vision.
This series has some very likeable characters and most everyone is back from the first two books. For the most part Clara and Steph are pretty cautious in there their sleuthing, all though Clara did push it this time. But once again the dog is the hero.
Looking forward to the next book
Posted June 13, 2013
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