Murder in the Cards

Murder in the Cards

by Paige Sleuth

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940159136640
Publisher: Marla Bradeen
Publication date: 07/01/2018
Series: Psychic Poker Pro Mystery , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 305,882
File size: 267 KB

About the Author

Paige Sleuth is a pseudonym for mystery author Marla Bradeen. She plots murder during the day and fights for mattress space with her two rescue cats at night. When not attending to her cats' demands, she writes.

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Murder in the Cards 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Hershey07 More than 1 year ago
~3.5 STARS~ Murder in the Cards by Paige Sleuth was an enjoyable cozy mystery with paranormal elements! Tiffany Swanson, Tiffy to her family, has a pretty stressful job, and she has had enough. She has decided to quit and become a professional poker player. Needless to say, her parents aren’t pleased, but she is a grown woman capable of making her own decisions. But, before long, this change of occupation will be the least of her concerns. It turns out she might be psychic like her Aunt Tuna, and to top it off, she has a vision of a homicide. Before long, she finds herself mixed up in a dangerous mystery. The characters were some of my favorite kind...quirky and funny. Tiffy’s mother is hilarious, and the relationship she shares with her parents is part of what made the book so enjoyable for me. Tiffy’s Aunt Tuna becomes a pretty important character because that is who she turns to when she has her first vision. I’m looking forward to seeing further development in the characters as this is the first book in the series. I know it was hard for Tiffy to deal with becoming a professional poker player and then finding out you are psychic. That will take some adjusting. However, I thought the pairing of those two elements stands out in the mystery genre. I’m looking forward to reading more in the series to see just how Tiffy grows and adjusts to her new-found career and ability. I have a feeling she will be solving a lot more mysteries in her future. This looks like a promising new mystery series.