Seventeen-year-old Maggie grew up learning the art of psychic reading from her Great Aunt Betty. Now in her senior year, she works part-time as a psychic, hoping to put herself through college, but it's just for fun. There's no such thing as true psychic awareness . . . or is there? When Maggie befriends a ghost and is arrested for her new friend's murder, the two girls-one dead and the other in jail-have to solve an ugly crime and persuade the police to believe them when they discover the truth. And Maggie thought calculus would be tough!
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About the Author
She loves poems, plays, words in almost all polite forms, and good raspberry jam. She lives in northern California with her husband, Roger, a dog called Pirate, and two quirky cats. Like most women of her generation, she wishes the grandkids would visit more often.