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No one in Cheyenne, ND believes in Lottie Baldwin’s psychic abilities; especially not Harlan Erikson, Lottie’s boyfriend, and Chief Deputy in the Sheriff’s Office. When a friend’s husband disappears, Lottie can’t leave it to Harlan. Armed with her courage and her tarot cards, she tries to solve the mystery herself, regardless of who attempts to stop her: Harlan, her friend ...more
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Published June 13th 2012 by Tirgearr Publishing (first published 1998)
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Cathy Geha
Having a few tarot decks of my own I found the idea of a fortune telling woman with some paranormal abilities as the main character of this story a pleasant surprise. Lottie is a bright, spirited, fun loving woman who will do just about anything for her friends. She has a man in her life on the police department and has helped him from time to time with her “feelings” and visions. Harry is a lovable guy who tries hard to protect Lottie from her impetuosity fearing it might lead her into trouble. ...more
Viviane Crystal
Lottie Baldwin knows how to read tarot cards and has an uncanny sense of dire things happening in the past or present. And she's got this awful sense that something terrible is going to happen today and actually knows it is going to happen to Harry, her good friend, Janet's husband, Harry. Sure enough, Harry is reported to be missing. While he won't be found for a while, Lottie and her boyfriend, Harlan are investigating by speaking to everyone who knew Harry. But Harlan is getting upset with Lo ...more
Darlene Ferland
I wanted to read Fatal Fortune by a different author and I'm glad I had the mix up. Set in Cheyenne, North Dakota where Lottie Baldwin is considered a little different. No one believes in her psychic abilities especially her boyfriend. He, being the Chief Deputy in the Sheriff's department, thinks Lottie's "abilities" are only in her head. When a friend's husband disappears the tarot cards come out and Lottie becomes involved . . .
Sharal Hunter
Fatal Fortune by new to me author, Elizabeth Delisi, is marketed as the first in a series. This book was just O.K. for me. I didn’t hate it but I didn’t love it. While reading, I felt myself being pulled out of the story due to the repeated references of past events. It made me feel like I was missing the beginning of the story and because of that I didn’t feel connected to the characters as much as I would have liked.

I did like Lottie and Harlan. Their relationship is comfortable and you can te
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Making Connections: 3422. FATAL FORTUNE by Elizabeth Delisi 3 19 Sep 18, 2014 08:41AM  
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Elizabeth Delisi has wanted to be a writer since she was in first grade, and probably would have written in the womb if she could have convinced her mother to swallow a pencil. But life hasn't always gone the way she planned, and on her road to publication she worked as a motel maid, waitress, secretary, administrative aide, substitute teacher, and newspaper reporter.

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