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Ellie doesn't contact the dead at least, not anymore. She specializes in miraculously finding lost items. Still, she can't refuse the final request of the only other true psychic she has known. Now Ellie must delve into Gloria's secrets and plunge back into the world of hucksters, lowlifes, and fakes. Worse, she cannot shake the attentions of handsome James Hawley, a damaged war veteran who has dedicated himself to debunking psychics.
As Ellie and James uncover the sinister mysteries of Gloria's life and death, Ellie is tormented by nightmarish visions that herald the grisly murders of those in Gloria's circle. And as Ellie s uneasy partnership with James turns dangerously intimate, an insidious evil force begins to undermine their quest for clues, a force determined to bury the truth, and whoever seeks to expose it..."
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2015-03-02
- Reviewer: Staff
St. James (The Haunting of Maddy Clare) stages a thoroughly gripping murder mystery in the spiritualist world of 1920s London. Ellie Winter and her mother were well-known mediums until they were discredited by psychic researcher James Hawley. Since her mother's death, Ellie has kept a low profile as a finder of "lost things." But the murder of Gloria Sutter, a famous psychic and Ellie's onetime friend, brings back more than memories. Gloria's brother, George, wants Ellie to investigate her death. James warns Ellie not to trust George—and offers his own help. Under increasing pressure from George and the unnerving interest of Scotland Yard, Ellie fears she's losing what little psychic ability she has. Each secret she and James uncover brings them closer to the truth, and deeper into danger as dark family history is revealed. St. James's intense story drips with atmosphere and emotion. Set in the time between world wars when spiritualist belief ran high, this briskly paced mystery offers action, romance, and a puzzle that proves talking to the dead isn't a game—and can be deadly. (Apr.)