In New York Times best-selling author Victoria Laurie's newest Psychic Eye mystery, Abby Cooper has one rule to follow: Don't panic!
Professional psychic and FBI consultant Abby Cooper has used her inner visions to get her out of many a scrape - and solve many a crime - but she's about to face a murder scene that will put all her powers to the test. Abby's husband, Dutch, has a side business providing security and building panic rooms for wealthy clients. One morning, one of Dutch's partners, Dave, goes missing on his way to meet a client. Abby's intuition tells her something terrible has happened to him. Then two of Dutch's clients are found brutally murdered...inside their brand-new panic room, and most of the evidence points to Dave as the killer. With the authorities racing to find and arrest him, Abby's got to use all her intuitive prowess to get to Dave first, discover the real killer, and save her husband's business. This is one case where Abby is positive there's far more to this mystery than meets her inner eye....
©2017 Victoria Laurie (P)2017 Audible, Inc.
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4 out of 5 stars
By Adrianne on 14-10-17

good book apart from mistakes & Brice 's voice.

Candice saying Dave mother hadn't see him when Abby said in previous chapter she's dead

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1 out of 5 stars
By Ash on 06-07-17

Not like the others-couldn't finish!

What was most disappointing about Victoria Laurie’s story?

I have enjoyed the previous books in the series, but she's obviously run out of plots and this one is awful. It took an hour and a half to even get to the plot of the story, the beginning was just filler. However even then it was just so boring and I found myself constantly rolling my eyes. I only got through the first few chapters and then couldn't take it anymore and didn't finish the book. I'm returning it. I just wanted to warn her fans that this is not on par with the other books.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Kindle Customer on 05-07-17

Great New Tale!

STORY: I totally enjoy all of Victoria Laurie's Psychic Eye stories EXCEPT for one thing. They have quirky humor, good suspense and a nice side of romance. Now for the one thing that drives me bonkers. Several times she'll leave an obvious clue lying around in the story that all the characters overlook. Then when you're ready to start yealling at them to do something, call someone, or check out somebody you find out at the big "reveal" that they finally got it but it wasn't mentioned. All I can say is Aargh! Seriously, very enjoyable entertaining and educating reads.
NARRATION: Elizabeth Michael's has a naturally low voice (keep this in mind). She has excellent rhythm and emotions so the story flows well. Although all of her female voices are either bass or altos, they're varied and enjoyable. She does some great guy voices EXCEPT poor Bryce. He was OK when he was first introduced but a couple of novels later she started to change him and he's been everything from a soprano to a squeaky "country" hick through the rest of the stories. The only time he sounds like a guy is when he's yelling. This wouldn't matter except he's Candace's husband & Dutch's boss so he has to talk sometimes. In this one, his voice is higher than anyone else's (including all the females) and several times it cracked. She does such a good job on Dutch, Dave, and the rest of the guys, I don't know why she can't give poor Bryce a believable voice. :>{

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