A Touch of Gold (Missing Pieces Mystery Series #2)

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Long before he became curator of the Duck Historical Museum, Max Caudle discovered its greatest treasure-a wooden chest full of gold. But a thief with his eye on the gold fires a cannonball into the museum, destroying the building-and killing Max.

Injured in the explosion, Dae finds her abilities have been amplified, overwhelming her with intense visions every time she touches an object. Now if ex-FBI agent-and burgeoning beau-Kevin Brickman can help Dae decipher her visions, ...

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Long before he became curator of the Duck Historical Museum, Max Caudle discovered its greatest treasure-a wooden chest full of gold. But a thief with his eye on the gold fires a cannonball into the museum, destroying the building-and killing Max.

Injured in the explosion, Dae finds her abilities have been amplified, overwhelming her with intense visions every time she touches an object. Now if ex-FBI agent-and burgeoning beau-Kevin Brickman can help Dae decipher her visions, she just might be able to stop the modern-day buccaneer from killing again.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780425240243
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
  • Publication date: 3/1/2011
  • Series: Missing Pieces Mystery Series , #2
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 162,969
  • Product dimensions: 4.10 (w) x 6.70 (h) x 0.90 (d)

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  • Posted June 22, 2012

    In the Lavene’s paranormal mystery novel, the curator of t

    In the Lavene’s paranormal mystery novel, the curator of the Duck Historical Museum, Max Caudle is killed in an explosion that destroys the museum and all of its treasures. Injured in the explosion, Dae finds her abilities have morphed to now include the ability to pick up historical facts from objects as well as finding lost items. With some help from her ex-FBI agent beau, Kevin Brickman, she begins to adjust to this new talent and decipher the visions she now experiences. Determined to find the answers to this recent Duck tragedy, she embarks on a quest for answers only to find more than even she could imagine.

    A charming amateur sleuth, a puzzle to unravel, all accomplished in fast-paced action.

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  • Posted March 20, 2011

    Love It!!!

    I loved this book and the first one too Timely Vision. You feel like your right there. Excellent writing and love all the characters

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  • Posted January 7, 2011

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    Readers will enjoy Team Levane's second Dae in a life of a Duck tale

    On the Outer Banks of North Carolina in the island town of Duck lives Mayor Dae O'Donnell. Besides being the village's mayor she is also has the gift of finding things for people. Her psychic power works by her picturing in the client's what is lost leading to her tracking the location.

    The island is filled with legends about Theo Burr who was sailing to her father Aaron. The ship either sank during a storm or Theo was killed by a pirate. The Duck Historical Museum curator Max Caudle believes Theo lived her life on the island and has a wooden chest full of gold that he believes proves his theory. Someone shoots a cannon ball at the museum destroying the structure, killing Max and injuring Dae and others who were near the edifice during the assault. Following the homicide, the culprit tries to burn down the late Max's home. Dae applies her psychic gift to see the history of certain objects so she can follow the leads to the killer, but struggles to control the intensity of the visions. Even with former FBI agent and tentative boyfriend Kevin Brickman at her side, a killer waits for the right moment to cause a special election for the mayor of Duck.

    Due to the interwoven details of life on a small Carolina barrier island, A Touch of Gold feels realistic as residents know one another and at rimes squabble with each other. Paranormal amateur sleuth fans will enjoy observing Dae use cognitive and ESP mental processes to uncover a murderer who will kill again to insure achieving the goal. Readers will enjoy Team Levane's second Dae in a life of a Duck tale (see A Timely Vision).

    Harriet Klausner

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