Summary

We predict amazing success for this brand-new mystery series starring Psychic Abby Cooper.
Abby Cooper is a P.I., psychic intuitive. But her insight failed her when she didn't foresee the death of one of her clients - or that the lead investigator for the case is the gorgeous blind date she just met. Now, with the police suspicious of her abilities and a killer on the loose, Abby's future looks more uncertain than ever.
Psy Chic: listen to more Psychic Eye mysteries.
©2004 Victoria Laurie (P)2009 Audible, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By Caroline on 26-02-15

Entertaining and easy to listen to

I enjoyed this so much I bought the next 2 books in the series
Fun heroine and a good plot

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3 out of 5 stars
By L on 09-06-17

Okay-ish

This book is okay but not great. The story is a bit slow and drags in places, and to be honest I wasn't particularly enamoured with the main character who came across as a bit spoiled and selfish. However the worst thing about this book by far is the narration. Elizabeth Michaels has the most annoying voice I have had to endure yet. It's whiny and grating and just makes the main character sound even more irritating and petulant then she already is. I will never buy another title that uses this narrator as I really cannot stand her voice. Overall I cannot say I actually liked or enjoyed this book but it was okay to have on in the background while I was busy doing other things as I doesn't require any real attention.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Roger on 11-03-10

review of Abby Cooper series

I can recommend this series. There are seven of "Psychic Eye Mysteries" available at this time. I would give the first one or two books three stars and each book gets better with #4 being quite an improvement, and with #5, the author hits her stride finally and they are great listens (not GREAT books but good light adventures.) My one quality for a good book is that I want to continue reading or listening. Since I have listened with some enthusiasm to all of them, the author has succeeded. But I need to want potential readers. I would say the author learns to avoid some absolutely awful shortcomings as the series continues. Her dialogue is awful and the slang the characters use doesn't fit the characters apparent age or identity. [{There are times I have no idea how old the main characters are and have no idea at all where the book is set.] She can not write from a man's point of view. The relationship the main characters develops over the series is so embarrassing and predictable for the first three, I almost stopped reading. Plus the main character seems to only have developed three dimensions by the fifth book and even then, things like attractiveness and sociability seem to change abruptly. You might want to start at book four or five... at that point I can truly recommend the imperfect but interesting tales of Abby Cooper and her friends.

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1 out of 5 stars
By Keri on 16-05-14

Abby Is The Worst.

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I wanted to like this book so much. And the moments when Abby is psychically reading someone are great, but the rest of the book is terrible for the sole reason that Abby is a crazy A-Hole. Sort-of-spoliers ahead: Abby finds out she is being stalked by a killer, but doesn't tell anyone; She goes out of town and doesn't tell anyone because she is mad at a boy; The whole time out of town she doesn't charge her phone; Someone wants to kill her, but she decides she can stop by her office for a while. When Abby realizes who the murderer is, she thinks it's ok to go to sleep and let the police know in the morning because it's not like 10 hours will make a difference to anyone or anything, right? Abby sucks big time and I hated her by the end, especially near the end. Do not listen to this book unless you really like ridiculously stupid people. There was so much potential, what a shame.

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