Lady Luck Runs Out (A Pet Psychic Mystery No. 2)

Lady Luck Runs Out (A Pet Psychic Mystery No. 2)

by Shannon Esposito

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Lady Luck Runs Out (A Pet Psychic Mystery No. 2) by Shannon Esposito

Fall tourist season in St. Pete has kicked into high gear for Darwin Winters, pet psychic, but that doesn't stop her from getting tangled up in a new murder investigation.

Rose Faraday, a gypsy fortune teller, has succumbed to a rattlesnake bite in her own condo. After a run-in with the victim's traumatized cat, Darwin knows it was no freak accident. Can she find a way to prove it? Or will the killer get lucky and get away with murder?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940015550726
Publisher: misterio press
Publication date: 10/03/2012
Series: Pet Psychic Series , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 154,987
File size: 620 KB

About the Author

Shannon Esposito lives in a magical gulf coast town with fluorescent sunsets, purple dragonflies and the occasional backyard alligator. Her mysteries transport readers to Florida without the hefty price of airfare. Although she knew from the age of five she wanted to be a writer, she briefly entertained the idea of being a scientist, until she found out it involved math, which gives her hives.

She shares this little corner of paradise with her husband, twin boys and dogs. If she's not writing, you'll find her coddling one of the above, hiding with a book or daydreaming with her toes in the sand.

You can visit her at

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Lady Luck Runs Out (A Pet Psychic Mystery No. 2) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A well-written and entertaining story. I look forward to reading more about Darwin (our heroine) and her family and friends. I certainly hope that we have not seen the last of Zach! Ms. Esposito's depiction of the snakes that slither in and out of scenes is measured and sensible. Refreshing to read a book that avoids the hyperbole so often connected with the mere mention of serpents. Hats off to Ms. Esposito for that achievement.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Another great read