When New Orleans's most famous telephone psychic is stabbed to death in her Lakefront home, Margo Fortier, a stripper-turned-society-columnist, gets on the case. Margo invents her own phony psychic act, pretending to channel her Irish great-grandmother to trap the killer. Or be trapped.
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About the Author
Former showgirl, Tony Fennelly, was nominated for an Edgar for her first novel, The Glory Hole Murders, and since then her mysteries have been published in six languages in the US, Europe, and Asia. She lives in New Orleans.
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