Three O'Clock Seance (Inspector Rebecca Mayfield Series #3)
Three O'Clock Seance (Inspector Rebecca Mayfield Series #3)

Three O'Clock Seance (Inspector Rebecca Mayfield Series #3)

by Joanne Pence

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San Francisco Homicide Inspector Rebecca Mayfield has vowed to have nothing more to do with mystery man Richie Amalfi, but when he tells her about the strange deaths of clients of a local psychic medium, her decision changes. Rebecca has always been intrigued by the paranormal and, despite her logical and practical nature, she can't resist looking into the deaths.

A handsome medium, a tormented ghost, and the FBI lurking around because of their interest in Richie and some stolen ancient artifacts, show Rebecca that the dead don't always stay dead and buried. And her emotions can't be buried, no matter how hard she might try. But following both just might lead Rebecca straight to the Great Beyond ... permanently.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781949566048
Publisher: Quail Hill Publishing
Publication date: 08/01/2018
Series: Inspector Rebecca Mayfield Series , #3
Pages: 218
Sales rank: 564,019
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

Joanne Pence is an award-winning, USA Today best-selling author of mysteries, historical fiction, contemporary romance, fantasy, and supernatural suspense.

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Three O'Clock Seance (An Inspector Rebecca Mayfield Mystery) 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
MontzieW 11 months ago
Three O'Clock Séance The Rebecca Mayfield Mysteries, Book 3 By: Joanne Pence Narrated by: Kristi Burns This is an audible book I won and the review is voluntary. I am so glad I won because this book was fantastic! There were many layers to this mystery. There is a psychic in the story and the whole time it's hard to decide to decide if he is a fraud. Just when I am convinced one way then something happens then I change my mind! Ugh! Then there are so many other things going on I don't want to say anything, I don't want to give away any spoilers. I totally enjoyed it! Great characters, unpredictable situations and plot, good clues (after I look back), and wonderful world building! The narration was great too. This was a great prize to win!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was the best one yet! Joanne Pence is my new favorite. The relationship between Rebecca and Richie jusr gets better and better!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Well told. Great characters
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Rebecca and Richie solve another mystery and each other. Love this couple and cant wait to read what they are up to in the next book. CB.
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The_Brats More than 1 year ago
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. While relaxing at home, Rebecca gets a visit from Richie, who insists that there is a problem that requires her attention and it requires that she accompany him to a Seance conducted by Sandor Geller (a.k.a Sandy). Richie feels that there is something fishy about Sandy's seances, but can't prove it. Over the last few years, there have been several deaths among Sandy's followers that, although they appear to be natural causes, Richie is not so sure. The people who have died were all wealthy until they became one of Sandy's followers, the Sandoristas. When they died, they were all practically in poverty. A few days later, Rebecca gets a visit from an FBI Agent, Brandon Seymour, who is looking into Richie's client, Claire Baxter in conjunction with the sale of stolen antique jewelry from Iraq. Seymour wants Rebecca to give him information on Richie and Claire. When she talks to Richie about the matter, he insists that everything is totally above board. Shortly after Richie's mother, Carmela and her friend Geri start going to the Seances, they attend the funeral of one of women they had seen there. The woman died suddenly and alone, just like some of the earlier "Sandorista" deaths. Is there a connection between the deaths or are they really natural causes? Are the seances a scam or on the level? What about Claire, the FBI, and the stolen jewelry? Is Claire being honest or will she drag Richie down with her? Can Rebecca and Richie figure out what is going on and who is responsible?