Dangerous Visions

Dangerous Visions

by Liz Hartley

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Overview

Stacie Cappella just wants a normal life. Instead, her eerily accurate—though unpredictable—gift of Second Sight, inherited from her eccentric, fortune-telling great aunt, has given her a lifetime of embarrassment, shattered friendships, and broken hearts. She does her best to keep her inconvenient hunches to herself. But even something as simple as selling wind chimes, crystals, and tarot cards at her shop, The Bell, Book and Crystal, has opened her to charges of witchcraft.
Then the belligerent wife of a powerful city council member accuses her of fraud.
Eden Beach Police Detective Ben Robard, a jaded Iraq war vet and skeptic of all things metaphysical, is reluctant to take on the frivolous fraud investigation, especially since a serial killer may be targeting his city. Despite signs the no-nonsense cop is the love her aunt foretold, Stacie is determined to keep a fence around her heart—and a tight rein on her intuition.
But one chilly morning, a nightmare steps out of the fog, and Stacie must risk revealing her gift to convince Ben she's in danger. It's a move that could save more lives than hers—but could lose her the chance at love she thought she'd never have.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162795186
Publisher: Rainy Valley Press
Publication date: 12/03/2020
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 142,649
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Liz Hartley is the author of two series set in the small town of Eden Beach, California: The Eden Beach Main Street Novels, and The Eden Beach Crime Novels.
Liz has worn jewelry and picked up rocks since she was old enough to stand. She was probably fated to spend more than twenty-five years writing about jewelry and gemstones. She has both Graduate Gemologist (GG) and Fellow of the Gemmological Association of Great Britain (FGA) diplomas. So it’s no wonder that birthstones play a prominent role in her novels.
An enthusiastic traveler, Liz has lived and studied in Japan, traveled with gem and mineral enthusiasts to Brazil, journeyed to southern Africa with members of the Los Angeles Zoo (where she was a docent for five years), and made two “grand tours” in Europe.
She does not own a TV, but loves movies and will read just about anything that doesn't get out of her way.

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