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Professional psychic Abigail Cooper is about to discover that some cold cases are better off dead... As the FBI's newest Civilian Profiler, Abby Cooper is using her powers of intuition to help solve a backlog of the bureau's cold cases. But when she's the only one who's convinced that several separate cold cases are related, she'll have to call on every intuitive bone in h Professional psychic Abigail Cooper is about to discover that some cold cases are better off dead... As the FBI's newest Civilian Profiler, Abby Cooper is using her powers of intuition to help solve a backlog of the bureau's cold cases. But when she's the only one who's convinced that several separate cold cases are related, she'll have to call on every intuitive bone in her body before she's the one put on ice...


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Professional psychic Abigail Cooper is about to discover that some cold cases are better off dead... As the FBI's newest Civilian Profiler, Abby Cooper is using her powers of intuition to help solve a backlog of the bureau's cold cases. But when she's the only one who's convinced that several separate cold cases are related, she'll have to call on every intuitive bone in h Professional psychic Abigail Cooper is about to discover that some cold cases are better off dead... As the FBI's newest Civilian Profiler, Abby Cooper is using her powers of intuition to help solve a backlog of the bureau's cold cases. But when she's the only one who's convinced that several separate cold cases are related, she'll have to call on every intuitive bone in her body before she's the one put on ice...

30 review for A Glimpse of Evil

  1. 5 out of 5

    Dawn

    While I enjoyed this and it was one of the better books in this series, there's one thing that drives me nuts in these books. I know I've mentioned it in a previous review, but I have to say it again because it's so prominent in this book. Abby is a psychic. Her "crew" warns her about impending doom. She lives her life trusting her gut above all. In this book, she specifically mentions training the other agents to learn to trust their gut. So why, WHY does she ignore the warnings she gets or dis While I enjoyed this and it was one of the better books in this series, there's one thing that drives me nuts in these books. I know I've mentioned it in a previous review, but I have to say it again because it's so prominent in this book. Abby is a psychic. Her "crew" warns her about impending doom. She lives her life trusting her gut above all. In this book, she specifically mentions training the other agents to learn to trust their gut. So why, WHY does she ignore the warnings she gets or dismiss her gut feelings?! Every single time she does this, she ends up in trouble. I get that there would be no plot if the entire book consisted of "Abby has a feeling that bad things will happen so she avoids the situation" but it just seems so dumb! It makes her seem dumb! And why do her friends, who are so sure of her abilities, not trust her when she tells them things?! And why is a PSYCHIC so oblivious to what's in front of her face? No spoiler, but it's very obvious what Dutch is up to and Abby, the PSYCHIC, never figures it out and just shrugs everything off. I'd love to see her be smarter and less self-involved.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Myhotstylist

    I absolutely adore Ms Victoria Laurie's books! This highly anticipated 8th installment was by far one of the best ones to date. I devoured it in only a few sittings. Abbey and the gang: Dutch (her sweetie) Candice (her BFF and Private investegator) and Brice (Dutch's boss) Have all packed up and moved to Austin, TX where Abbey has joined the newest chapter of the FBI called CCS or Cold Case Squad. Abby is put behind a desk and instructed to use her abilities to locate lost clues and help resolve I absolutely adore Ms Victoria Laurie's books! This highly anticipated 8th installment was by far one of the best ones to date. I devoured it in only a few sittings. Abbey and the gang: Dutch (her sweetie) Candice (her BFF and Private investegator) and Brice (Dutch's boss) Have all packed up and moved to Austin, TX where Abbey has joined the newest chapter of the FBI called CCS or Cold Case Squad. Abby is put behind a desk and instructed to use her abilities to locate lost clues and help resolve some old cases. While digging around an old car repair shop in Dallas, Abby and another agent are attacked, and in an act of self defense, she finds herself temporarily suspended from the CCS. As a result, Abbey and Candace decide to do some undercover snooping of their own to find the killer of 3 missing young girls from the Dallas area, all while Dutch and Brice are trying to figure out who be-headed 3 random men from the same area. Candice and Brice are at each others throats, Dutch is faced with a life threatning illness, and Abbey finds herself in some major trouble during a flash flood. The ending was resolved quickly and i was proud to say i figured out who-done-it. While I LOVED this book I had only one small beef about it. Being that I grew up in Dallas, and traveled to Austin several times, I know the travel time is between 4-5 hours by car. However in this book it indicates the travel time to be only 2 1/2 hours at most. Not a big deal, just a tad bit unbelieveable from my end. Overall it was a great read and I cant wait for the next book. I think I hear wedding bells already....

  3. 4 out of 5

    'Nathan Burgoine

    Another good entry in the "Psychic Eye" mystery series, I liked how much Laurie 'shook up' the characters by shifting the setting - and heroine - to Texas. The mystery itself is a bit less linear than in the past few books (not a bad thing at all, just different) and there's more from the secondary characters here than in most of the books (also not a bad thing at all, just different.) I did stumble with one scene where suddenly Abby seemed preachy and pushy - it struck a discordant note with me Another good entry in the "Psychic Eye" mystery series, I liked how much Laurie 'shook up' the characters by shifting the setting - and heroine - to Texas. The mystery itself is a bit less linear than in the past few books (not a bad thing at all, just different) and there's more from the secondary characters here than in most of the books (also not a bad thing at all, just different.) I did stumble with one scene where suddenly Abby seemed preachy and pushy - it struck a discordant note with me - but the scene was soon past and the story continued without much of a hitch. I enjoy the Psychic Eye mysteries; they're fun, light, enjoyable stories and Abby is a fun character. If you've not read them, start with the first in the series, and enjoy the ride.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Drebbles

    Abby Cooper and her boyfriend Dutch Rivers have both taken jobs with the FBI and moved to Austin, Texas. As a psychic Abby's new job involves her looking at cold cases and using her powers of intuition to try and solve them - something that doesn't thrill the other FBI investigators. Abby’s not one to back away from a challenge and soon solves several cold cases. But trouble seems to follow Abby around, and soon she's in trouble with the FBI. Not only that, but she's convinced several cold cases Abby Cooper and her boyfriend Dutch Rivers have both taken jobs with the FBI and moved to Austin, Texas. As a psychic Abby's new job involves her looking at cold cases and using her powers of intuition to try and solve them - something that doesn't thrill the other FBI investigators. Abby’s not one to back away from a challenge and soon solves several cold cases. But trouble seems to follow Abby around, and soon she's in trouble with the FBI. Not only that, but she's convinced several cold cases are linked to each other and begins to investigate these cases with the help of her friend Candice. Little do they realize a killer is closer to them than they know. “A Glimpse of Evil” is another nice entry in Victoria Laurie's Psychic Eye mystery series. Laurie finds a way to reinvent the series with each and every book and this one is no different. The idea to have Abby work on cold cases for the FBI is a brilliant one and as always it is fun to watch as Abby uses her “crew” to do her stuff. The cases she works on are sad ones and while the book is fiction, the cases are all too real. The dynamics of Abby working closely with the FBI agents are well done and it was interesting to read as Abby shows the agents how to get in touch with their intuition. The series isn't designed to have readers try to figure out whodunit, but instead sit back and marvel as Abby does her stuff. One thing that makes this series work so well is Abby's relationship with Dutch and her friends and Laurie perhaps cheats a bit by having all of Abby's friends either move to Texas or think about it but is still nice to see characters like Dave and Milo again. There is an underlying sense of danger throughout the book and a doozy of a plot twist that makes this book worth reading. While the plot is neatly wrapped up in this book, Laurie gives a glimpse of what the next book will be and I'm already looking forward to reading it. “A Glimpse of Evil” is another winner by Victoria Laurie.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Kathrin

    I love me some Abby Cooper mystery. It's light and fluffy and funny and exactly what the doctor ordered... I also like how the characters keep on moving forward. I love me some Abby Cooper mystery. It's light and fluffy and funny and exactly what the doctor ordered... I also like how the characters keep on moving forward.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Nancy

    I really enjoyed this book. The last couple of have not been quite a hit with me, but Ms Laurie has definitely stepped up her game with this book. I do not know if you actually have to read these books in order, but to understand the character development of Abby Cooper and her friends, it might be a good idea to start at the beginning. Moving from Boston to Austin, Texas, Abby is following the love of her life, Dutch, to his new job and the two of them will now be members of the newly formed col I really enjoyed this book. The last couple of have not been quite a hit with me, but Ms Laurie has definitely stepped up her game with this book. I do not know if you actually have to read these books in order, but to understand the character development of Abby Cooper and her friends, it might be a good idea to start at the beginning. Moving from Boston to Austin, Texas, Abby is following the love of her life, Dutch, to his new job and the two of them will now be members of the newly formed cold case squad. However, for Abby, this is like coming home. Candice is already there and trying to get herself established as a private investigator, Brice Dutch's boss is the head of the new department, her home remodelers and his old lady, and maybe even a police officer from Michigan might show up. The welcome Abby receives is not as warm as she had hoped- take a bunch of seasoned investigators and they are not going to look too kindly on a psychic. Nevertheless, Abby and Dutch quickly prove that they are a powerhouse when they darn near hit the squads solved case quota in a single day. As cases seem to come together and a few of them have remarkable similarities, Abby and an almost convinced investigator do a little side work on their own. Unfortunately, it is not the easy question and answer session that they had envisioned. With missing bodies and bullets flying, Abby is once again in way over her head. The previous books in the series ran very hot and cold with me, but I can tell you that I finished this book in one day, which is something that I do not usually do. The storyline and pace kept solid throughout, even though from time to time Abby and Candice did come across as two high schoolers, but I will forgive this bit of silliness. But just this one time. I can now say that I would definitely recommend this and the Ghost Hunter Mystery series that Ms Laurie writes.

  7. 5 out of 5

    D.C. Menard

    The first of the Psychic Eye series that took place somewhere other than Michigan. With the economy plummetting in Michigan, Abby and Dutch decide to move to Texas. Dutch gets a huge promotion, becoming the ASAC of a new FBI division devoted to solving cold cases. Abby is hired on as a civilian profiler. Of course, that doesn't last too long before she's suspended pending an IA investigation. Which doesn't exactly stop her from investigating. Between trying to find the man who killed three young The first of the Psychic Eye series that took place somewhere other than Michigan. With the economy plummetting in Michigan, Abby and Dutch decide to move to Texas. Dutch gets a huge promotion, becoming the ASAC of a new FBI division devoted to solving cold cases. Abby is hired on as a civilian profiler. Of course, that doesn't last too long before she's suspended pending an IA investigation. Which doesn't exactly stop her from investigating. Between trying to find the man who killed three young girls, and trying to get Candice to see that if she doesn't take the leap, her and Harrison were going to end up miserable, Abby's intuition is in overload. I enjoyed this installment of Laurie's Psychic Eye series. While the storyline tends to be a bit repetitive (yep...she gets hurt and ends up in the hospital) moving them to Texas and giving Abby a job within the FBI (as short lived as that proved to be) refreshed it quite a bit. The whole Candice/Brice thing often left me annoyed. I didn't understand how they could both be so oblivious to what the other was feeling. I kind of wanted to smack them. Of course, having Abby feel the same way made it better. I didn't spend all of my time telling the other characters to do something, they were already doing it. As for Abby and Dutch's relationship, I'll admit I've grown attached to it. At one point I suspected that she might break them up, and I got angry. I wasn't expecting to get angry as I've never been on Team Dutch...but I was definitely angry. And when it turned out that they didn't break up, I had to admit my feelings on the subject. Dutch has grown on me, and I would be sad to see him go. The ending left me really wanting to read the next book, which is out, so I may have to buy it, even though I've discovered it is in hardcover.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Gail

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I really like this series about a psychic who gets involved in crimes, but this one is a mess. Abigail Cooper and her S.O. FBI agent relocate to Austin TX, away from the failing economy of Michigan. She's working as a civilian profiler for the FBI, while Dutch is her boss. Her former partner, the PI Candice Fusco is also in TX, in love with their boss. The coincidents stretched my willing sense of disbelief into incredulity. Everybody's love life is a mess. I couldn't get past the whole sleeping I really like this series about a psychic who gets involved in crimes, but this one is a mess. Abigail Cooper and her S.O. FBI agent relocate to Austin TX, away from the failing economy of Michigan. She's working as a civilian profiler for the FBI, while Dutch is her boss. Her former partner, the PI Candice Fusco is also in TX, in love with their boss. The coincidents stretched my willing sense of disbelief into incredulity. Everybody's love life is a mess. I couldn't get past the whole sleeping with your boss in the bureaucratic FBI. The whole story was unfocused and unclear. Exciting things like getting caught in a flash flood, talking down a revenge seeking soldier just made me anxious to get to the end so I could go clean something. I'm very sad. I hope she can find her footing again and bring back the wacky, unconventional fun of the first books.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Roseanne

    This was okay at best. I liked the previous books in this series but this one was too far fetched to be believable. I seriously doubt that the FBI would allow Abby's boyfriend to be her supervisor. And how convenient that the boyfriend's boss is dating Abby's best friend. And they all move from Michigan to Texas. Together. And her former handyman and the boyfriend's former partner are also moving to Texas??? Right. Way too cheesy for me. This was okay at best. I liked the previous books in this series but this one was too far fetched to be believable. I seriously doubt that the FBI would allow Abby's boyfriend to be her supervisor. And how convenient that the boyfriend's boss is dating Abby's best friend. And they all move from Michigan to Texas. Together. And her former handyman and the boyfriend's former partner are also moving to Texas??? Right. Way too cheesy for me.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Laura Ruetz

    Abby is a great character, a psychic who has just moved to Texas with her boyfriend and a new job with the FBI. Using her gifts, Abby goes through cold cases to see what could be solved still and despite being met with hostility and skepticism, she works hard to prove her herself and, of course, ends up in the middle of the action. Abby is smart, relatable and a joy to read. She is the kind of person that I wish I knew in real life, down to earth and no-nonsense. The writing style here is really Abby is a great character, a psychic who has just moved to Texas with her boyfriend and a new job with the FBI. Using her gifts, Abby goes through cold cases to see what could be solved still and despite being met with hostility and skepticism, she works hard to prove her herself and, of course, ends up in the middle of the action. Abby is smart, relatable and a joy to read. She is the kind of person that I wish I knew in real life, down to earth and no-nonsense. The writing style here is really good, with great flow and pacing. I will absolutely be reading more in this series.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Linda Smatzny

    Abby Cooper and her boyfriend have moved to Austin. Dutch has received a promotion with the FBI and is part of a new unit reworking cold cases using Abby and her psychic abilities. Also now living in Austin is Candice and her boyfriend , the head FBI agent of the new unit. Lots of drama between Candice and her boyfriend. Abby feels overloaded and has recurring headaches. The book was a quick easy read.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Diane ~Firefly~

    Abby and Dutch move to TX and start new jobs for the FBI. What I enjoyed: * Interesting perspective of moving from Michigan to Texas. * Loved Abby's way of auditing the cold cases and her training class * (view spoiler)[I'm glad the other FBI agents came around (hide spoiler)] What could be better: * Not sure why Brice stays with Candice, she never trusts him for anything * For someone who is psychic, Abby manages to be TSTL a lot and ignores some very specific warnings which lead to near death situati Abby and Dutch move to TX and start new jobs for the FBI. What I enjoyed: * Interesting perspective of moving from Michigan to Texas. * Loved Abby's way of auditing the cold cases and her training class * (view spoiler)[I'm glad the other FBI agents came around (hide spoiler)] What could be better: * Not sure why Brice stays with Candice, she never trusts him for anything * For someone who is psychic, Abby manages to be TSTL a lot and ignores some very specific warnings which lead to near death situations

  13. 4 out of 5

    Erin *Proud Book Hoarder*

    That ending suggestion 0_0 Another fun book in the series.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sarai

    I enjoyed this book and will definitely read the next when it comes out, but I just didn't feel like this one had the same Oomph as the rest. For one thing, it was like Laverne & Shirley moving to California from Milwaukee - all the characters moved with the main character, so it was basically the same show in a different setting - and the setting really didn't matter much. Why the need to move locales? It didn't take anything away from the story, but it didn't add anything either. I also felt th I enjoyed this book and will definitely read the next when it comes out, but I just didn't feel like this one had the same Oomph as the rest. For one thing, it was like Laverne & Shirley moving to California from Milwaukee - all the characters moved with the main character, so it was basically the same show in a different setting - and the setting really didn't matter much. Why the need to move locales? It didn't take anything away from the story, but it didn't add anything either. I also felt the mystery ending was wrapped up too quickly and without enough drama/action. And the part where she taught the class, I didn't really get. Other than that, the story was fun and I liked the way Brice's character was developed. Product Description As the FBI's newest civilian profiler, Abby Cooper has a tough job ahead of her. Not only does she have to use her powers of intuition to help solve a backlog of the bureau's cold cases, but she must also win over a frosty group of seasoned investigators and teach them how to develop their own perceptive abilities. If that weren't challenging enough, Abby's sure that several of the cold cases are connected, but she's the only one who's convinced. Things go from bad to worse when Abby and another agent are suspended for not following protocol, leaving Abby and her old partner, Candice, to investigate on their own. To discover how these pieces fit together, Abby will have to call on every intuitive bone in her body... before she's the one put on ice.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Paula Ratcliffe

    In this book I have heard others say they have a hard time picturing all the characters of Michigan moving to Texas, but my guess is that in a perfect world we would take our friends with us if we could. We find Dutch, Abby, Dave, Candice, Brice, and lastly Milo all in Texas working in a newly developed branch of the FBI known as CCS. Abby has recently joined up with the FBI as a new agent. She has trouble juggling her abilities without burning out. Abby investigates cases in her own way and aft In this book I have heard others say they have a hard time picturing all the characters of Michigan moving to Texas, but my guess is that in a perfect world we would take our friends with us if we could. We find Dutch, Abby, Dave, Candice, Brice, and lastly Milo all in Texas working in a newly developed branch of the FBI known as CCS. Abby has recently joined up with the FBI as a new agent. She has trouble juggling her abilities without burning out. Abby investigates cases in her own way and after a suspension ends up investigating cases with her PI partner Candice who's been bouncing around relationship wise with Brice. Will stubborn minds prevail. Dutch also suffers a medical scare which brings him to evaluate where his relationship with Abby is headed. A great series can't wait for the next one.

  16. 4 out of 5

    JadeShea

    Abby and her boyfriend have just moved to Texas, and now she's working with him at the FBI. However, the rest of the group they are working with don't believe in Abby, or her gift. And that causes a few issues, and as she tries to help people out something bad happens to her and a co-worker. Then Abby is trying to help her friend with her love life, and things start to get a little bit crazy. This book was actually very good, and I really enjoyed it a lot. I loved how Abby was trying out somethi Abby and her boyfriend have just moved to Texas, and now she's working with him at the FBI. However, the rest of the group they are working with don't believe in Abby, or her gift. And that causes a few issues, and as she tries to help people out something bad happens to her and a co-worker. Then Abby is trying to help her friend with her love life, and things start to get a little bit crazy. This book was actually very good, and I really enjoyed it a lot. I loved how Abby was trying out something new, even if it may not have worked with her. But I liked it a lot. I also loved knowing about Abby and her boyfriend, and things that were going on as well. I'm actually starting to like Dutch a lot, and now I'm super excited for the next one. It's going to be awesome!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Lori Whitwam

    Some books in this series were 5-stars. This, in my opinion, is the weakest of the bunch. There were no interesting new characters, no compelling central plot (it kind of moved around from subplot to subplot, and none really took center stage), and some of the "lingo" referring to Abby's psychic process that was used heavily in early books just vanished. Seemed odd. It ended with the setup for book 9, so we'll see if that puts the series back on track. Some books in this series were 5-stars. This, in my opinion, is the weakest of the bunch. There were no interesting new characters, no compelling central plot (it kind of moved around from subplot to subplot, and none really took center stage), and some of the "lingo" referring to Abby's psychic process that was used heavily in early books just vanished. Seemed odd. It ended with the setup for book 9, so we'll see if that puts the series back on track.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Melodie

    Really liked this one! Abby seemed to get herself into more trouble than usual, but all the romantic stuff going on between her & Dutch, and Candice & Brice was a nice diversion from that. I didn't care much for the one before this, but this one was back on the mark. I'll be ready for the next one. Really liked this one! Abby seemed to get herself into more trouble than usual, but all the romantic stuff going on between her & Dutch, and Candice & Brice was a nice diversion from that. I didn't care much for the one before this, but this one was back on the mark. I'll be ready for the next one.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Lyndsey

    ***Re-Read: February 26, 2016***

  20. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

    I have never seen such a good voodoo spellcaster as the great Dr. Maway in my life. sometimes last month I had the worst fight with my man. he came home drunk and I saw lipstick stains all over his white shirt. As if that wasn't enough, a strange lady kept calling and texting him. Reading the text messages broke my heart, I couldn't hold my calm. So many cruel thoughts came to my head and as you can guess we had a big fight the next day. my boyfriend moved out and started living with the strange I have never seen such a good voodoo spellcaster as the great Dr. Maway in my life. sometimes last month I had the worst fight with my man. he came home drunk and I saw lipstick stains all over his white shirt. As if that wasn't enough, a strange lady kept calling and texting him. Reading the text messages broke my heart, I couldn't hold my calm. So many cruel thoughts came to my head and as you can guess we had a big fight the next day. my boyfriend moved out and started living with the strange lady. I couldn't imagine that our relationship, which has been the source of my motivation, would collapse in a few hours. I tried to get it back but it seems to have enveloped it with a strange force. because he wouldn't listen to me and all the memories we had meant nothing to him. so I decided to seek help. I saw a review on Dr. Maway and also checked his website (https://www.drmawaylovespell.com/gues...). I decided to call him. I contacted him by whatsapp and as the reviews say. This spell caster is so genuine, accurate and fast, his spirit spells are so powerful. last week I was able to restore my broken relationship and today I have been with my boyfriend for 8 days and our love seems to increase every day. Dr. Maway did what he promised and everything went exactly as he promised. If you want help with any relationship-related situation or any other pressing issue, I highly recommend the great spellcaster. contact him on his whatsapp: https://api.whatsapp.com/send?phone=2... """""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""' I have never seen such a good voodoo spellcaster as the great Dr. Maway in my life. sometimes last month I had the worst fight with my man. he came home drunk and I saw lipstick stains all over his white shirt. As if that wasn't enough, a strange lady kept calling and texting him. Reading the text messages broke my heart, I couldn't hold my calm. So many cruel thoughts came to my head and as you can guess we had a big fight the next day. my boyfriend moved out and started living with the strange lady. I couldn't imagine that our relationship, which has been the source of my motivation, would collapse in a few hours. I tried to get it back but it seems to have enveloped it with a strange force. because he wouldn't listen to me and all the memories we had meant nothing to him. so I decided to seek help. I saw a review on Dr. Maway and also checked his website (https://www.drmawaylovespell.com/gues...). I decided to call him. I contacted him by whatsapp and as the reviews say. This spell caster is so genuine, accurate and fast, his spirit spells are so powerful. last week I was able to restore my broken relationship and today I have been with my boyfriend for 8 days and our love seems to increase every day. Dr. Maway did what he promised and everything went exactly as he promised. If you want help with any relationship-related situation or any other pressing issue, I highly recommend the great spellcaster. contact him on his whatsapp: https://api.whatsapp.com/send?phone=2...

  21. 5 out of 5

    Ashley Nichols

    Omgs. I wish every town had a Victoria Laurie series. She uses actual restaurants and landmarks. I’d just moved to Austin and reading this book was way better than a boring travel guide. This book has so much action it’s hard to put down. The psychic readings are believable, like the main character feels she needs to duck before bullets start flying. I was really worried it would be treated like magic and she’s just psychically discover the killer at the end. The psychic link gives the reader so Omgs. I wish every town had a Victoria Laurie series. She uses actual restaurants and landmarks. I’d just moved to Austin and reading this book was way better than a boring travel guide. This book has so much action it’s hard to put down. The psychic readings are believable, like the main character feels she needs to duck before bullets start flying. I was really worried it would be treated like magic and she’s just psychically discover the killer at the end. The psychic link gives the reader some of the clues and it’s really one you to put them together before the last few pages. I had to have the next book immediately, although they can all stand alone.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Books

    I can’t tell you how much I really enjoy Victoria Laurie’s Psychic Eye Series. I started reading this series years ago and then had stopped. I have no idea why because I thoroughly enjoy the stories. Victoria Laurie writes a fun and engaging story that you can read in one sitting and there is always something that makes you smile but also keeps you reading because you want to know what will happen next. I definitely recommend any of the books in this series.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Crystal Anderson

    Another good read by Victoria Laurie. I love haw quick paced and engaging her books are. My goodness, does Abby Cooper ever have a knack for getting into trouble though! Here is one character that would be a good candidate for living in a plastic bubble! Seriously though, I enjoyed this book and am happy that there’s been movement and change in Abby’s life.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Kim

    As always, the Abigail and Candace find themselves up a creek without a paddle ... except this time, it was literal. Fortunately, help came along just in the nick of time. The series changes things up a bit with Abby's new job. I didn't think it would work out working full-time for the FBI, but I was only half right. Check it out, and find out for yourself. As always, the Abigail and Candace find themselves up a creek without a paddle ... except this time, it was literal. Fortunately, help came along just in the nick of time. The series changes things up a bit with Abby's new job. I didn't think it would work out working full-time for the FBI, but I was only half right. Check it out, and find out for yourself.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Helen Campbell

    Abby, Dutch, and the entire "cast" of the earlier books have moved from Michigan to Austin, Texas where the F.B.I. has opened a new field office specializing in cold cases. Abby and Candace have been hired as civilian consultants. The action centers around an equal amount of Abby and Candace's love lives and the investigation of several cases that Abby feels are related. Abby, Dutch, and the entire "cast" of the earlier books have moved from Michigan to Austin, Texas where the F.B.I. has opened a new field office specializing in cold cases. Abby and Candace have been hired as civilian consultants. The action centers around an equal amount of Abby and Candace's love lives and the investigation of several cases that Abby feels are related.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Christine L

    Sometimes when an author has many books in a series I tend to get bored with them or I feel like the author has bored of them and lost their mojo but this series just gets better and better. I love each one more than the last. I am so looking forward to starting book #9.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Sandra DS

    Another great book in the series... I find that this one was a little different, but not any less good; it focused more on the characters relationships than on investigating. I loved it and I can't wait to read the next one... Another great book in the series... I find that this one was a little different, but not any less good; it focused more on the characters relationships than on investigating. I loved it and I can't wait to read the next one...

  28. 5 out of 5

    Lyna M. Perez

    Quick read. I loved the interwoven stories (personal lives and multiple murders) because they add a layer of complexity. While I still think the MC can be a bit annoying, the books are quick & entertaining.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Ying_ko

    A fun cozy mystery that is well-plotted. The psychic element adds to the story and is handled well. The 8th in the series, it is well worth reading with fun characters, a good plot, and great storytelling.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Julie

    I just love this series! So fun and great summer reading.

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