Rainbow in the Mist

Rainbow in the Mist

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by Phyllis A. Whitney
     
 

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Desperate for peace and safety, Christy Loren flees from her psychic gifts to the Blue Ridge Mountains and the reassuring presence of her Aunt Nona. But in this peaceful place, something wicked hides. Here, Christy knows the blood-chilling dream that has haunted her will come to terrifying life. For someone will do anything to stop her from discovering the dark… See more details below

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Desperate for peace and safety, Christy Loren flees from her psychic gifts to the Blue Ridge Mountains and the reassuring presence of her Aunt Nona. But in this peaceful place, something wicked hides. Here, Christy knows the blood-chilling dream that has haunted her will come to terrifying life. For someone will do anything to stop her from discovering the dark secret hidden in the mist...or the love that, like a rainbow, awaits.

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Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly
A glib conclusion mars a tale about a clairvoyant who investigates a suspicious death and a mysterious disappearance. ``Like many of Whitney's 32 previous novels, this romantic mystery features smooth plotting, skillful foreshadowing and a determined, inquisitive young heroine in danger,'' noted PW . (May)
Library Journal
Christy Loren has inherited psychic powers from her mother, a renowned psychic. Haunted by the images of murder victims she has helped to find, she flees to her aunt in Virginia, only to find that here, too, her powers are needed to solve a possible murder and the disappearance of a strange young woman. Fearing the evil she senses, and attracted to the husband of the missing woman, Christy only reluctantly investigates. In solving the puzzle, she comes to terms with her gift. The somewhat disjointed narrative spoils an otherwise standard Whitney romance. Literary Guild and Doubleday Book Club main selections. Marylaine Block, St. Ambrose Univ. Lib., Davenport, Ia.

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ISBN-13:
9780896218772
Publisher:
Gale Group
Publication date:
11/10/1992
Pages:
478

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