Good Visions Make Good Cases (Piper Ashwell Psychic P.I. Novella Collection)

Good Visions Make Good Cases (Piper Ashwell Psychic P.I. Novella Collection)

by Kelly Hashway

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***This book contains three novellas in the Piper Ashwell Psychic P.I. series

A Sight for Psychic Eyes

When nine-year-old Eric Danson goes missing in the middle of the night, Piper is reminded of her first case ever, when she was only twelve years old and her ability to read objects first surfaced. Now, she’s hoping to use that ability to bring the boy home unharmed.

You Can’t Judge a Crime by Its Aura

Psychic P.I. Piper Ashwell has never met a crime scene she couldn’t read, but when a murder takes place in the bookstore next to her office, she can’t get a good sense of the killer or motivation for the crime. With the help of well-known thriller author Madison Kramer, who looks so much like the victim it’s unnerving, Piper will have to assess the few clues there actually are to track down the killer and save the life of an innocent soul that walks on four legs.

Its Beginning to Look a Lot Like Murder

All psychic P.I. Piper Ashwell wants is a quiet weekend alone where she can avoid the holiday craziness as well as any cases. But when the ski resort's Santa Claus goes missing, Piper is enlisted to help find him. The problem is Piper can't help thinking this missing person's case is really a murder. And she's convinced the murderer is staying in the same ski resort.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940163379309
Publisher: Kelly Hashway
Publication date: 11/12/2019
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 138,011
File size: 868 KB

About the Author

Kelly Hashway fully admits to being one of the most accident-prone people on the planet, but luckily she gets to write about female sleuths who are much more coordinated than she is. Maybe it was growing up watching Murder, She Wrote that instilled a love of mystery, but she spends her days writing cozy mysteries. Kelly’s also a sucker for first love, which is why she writes romance under the pen name Ashelyn Drake. When she’s not writing, Kelly works as an editor and also as Mom, which she believes is a job title that deserves to be capitalized.

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