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Book Review: Extra Sensory Deception by Allison Kingsley

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In a way, I’m sorry to see this series end, but at the same time, I’m not.

As in the past, a few months have gone by since the Quinn cousins were involved in their solving murder shenanigans.

With Memorial Day around the corner and the Hill Top Resort open, the rodeo has come to town with the hope that it’ll be an annual event. That is until the body of Lisa Warren is found following the opening night festivities.

Clara and her now boyfriend, Rick Sanders, were invited guests from his friend (and suspect) Wes Carleton, a calf roper.

As Clara’s visions become stronger, she has the feeling that Wes may indeed be Lisa’s killer, but in her visions, she keeps seeing Sparky the clown (Marty Pearce) as being in danger.

When a customer of the Raven’s Nest Bookstore is killed in a hit and run, Clara learns of his past and begins to wonder if Marty is no longer in danger. However, her visions still show that he’s in danger, but she begins to wonder if the visions are altogether wrong.

Kingsley keeps the action moving and throughout the series, has kept me guessing until the very end and with each installment, I was wrong.

By far this has been a great series and I highly recommend it for these upcoming winter nights.

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