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During an elegant dinner at the mansion, Sam is visited by a vision of a floating dead man who ...
During an elegant dinner at the mansion, Sam is visited by a vision of a floating dead man who supplicates her with decomposing arms. The tension mounts when she is awakened in the middle of the night by the sound of footsteps in the hallway. She peers out of her bedroom doorway to find an apparition moving down the grand staircase.
The discovery of a hidden pagan altar lures Sam even deeper into the convoluted relationships in the drafty house, and into the business dealings of Henry Vandalay.
The next day, as a small circle of people gather for the reading of the will, terrible secrets are revealed. Is Sam getting too close to the killer? Will she be next? Only her steely resolve propels her to unravel the mystery hidden in the Tarot layout, and reveal the identity of the true killer.
Posted May 1, 2002
And she hasn't changed a bit. Samantha Blackwell is still immersed in family, writing, numerology, and her passion for Ring Dings! And, without even trying, becomes deeply involved in solving another mystery. As with #1 in the Number Mysteries, this book outwitted my amateur sleuthing, right to the finish. No need to know all about tarot cards & Keltic layouts to enjoy this book, but do try the back-of-the-book exercise to find your 'soul number.' I did, and the description of 'me' was surprisingly accurate! An added plus for me is the locale of the book. I recently moved from a town just like 'Georgetown' NH & the descriptive passages brought me back home again.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.