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365 pages, Kindle Edition
First published May 10, 2021
The problem with Jade was that she was obsessed with ghosts. The whole reason the spirits of serial killer Orin Jacobs and little Pete Vonick had entered Riley's life in the first place had been because Jade forced Riley to attend a ghost hunting investigation weekend at Orin's former home. And now another ghost was in her life, thanks to Jade.Riley's abilities can't be turned off, so even going to the supermarket became a problem when she encounters a raging ghost in an aisle. What to say when, after buying some old cameras for Jade's marriage, a ghost appears in her own room… again.
Maybe she needed a new best friend.
A voice in the back of her head told her she couldn't blame the Poltergeist of Aisle 3 on Jade. Or the weeping woman from miniature golf. She told the voice to shut up.
Which meant two things. First, at least one of those cameras that sat in a box in her living room was haunted.The cameras were connected to the death of the young woman in the yellow dress who appeared to Riley. And when her dreams make her suspect that she is not the only victim, Riley has no choice but to reconnect with Nina, the medium she met at the ranch, and go back into solving these cases.
And second? She had to call Nina.
"Ooh," Michael said from across the table. "If we're going somewhere tropical, sister dear, your ass will be going swimming with dolphins."Melissa does an incredible job of also showing how some cases receive more attention than others, which in fact was what prevented these murders from being discovered in the beginning, since being of “different levels” it was impossible for them to be connected.
Donna shuddered violently beside Riley.
"She was bitten by a dolphin at SeaWorld when she was a kid," Carla told Riley.
"Demon fish," Donna whispered softly to herself.
Riley suppressed a laugh.
The men chuckled.
"Ah, so psychics have a dark sense of humor, too?" McGregor asked.
"It's that or I curl up in a fetal position and never get up again."
Howard grinned at her. "Same."