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Death Perception by Victoria Laurie
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Feb 23, 2010

it was amazing
bookshelves: general-fiction, mystery, romance-contemporary, suspense

All the players are back in this fast-paced, action-packed sixth book of the Psychic Eye series. Dutch's cousin has been kidnapped and he and Abby go to Las Vegas to help find him and bring him safely home to his wife and baby. Then Dutch goes missing and Abby and her friend Candice and sister Cat must find him before the evil FBI Agent Robillard does.

This book seemed to run from beginning to end, and though I found the ending a bit weak (because the author had to tie up all the loose ends and explain why the bad guys did what they did in just a couple of pages), this was a return to the strengths of the first couple of books - lots of humor, lots of danger, and lots of trying to figure out what would happen next. We also get to find out more about Abby's friend Candice, the PI who has started sharing office space with her; on her own, Candice has had more adventures than Abby, Dutch, and Cat put together. Lots of fun.

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