She had no idea what she was looking for...until she found it.
She's the most exotic thing Egypt, Missouri, has ever seenand Daniel Sinclair mistrusts her instantly. A small-town cop with big-city suspicions, Daniel figures that Cleo Tyler, a psychic hired to locate the town's missing master key, is a fraud. He'd be surprised to discover, though, that Cleo wouldn't disagree. While she longs to believe psychic abilities don't really exist, she can't seem to explain those odd glimpses she gets into other people's lives, nor can she control the terrible flashbacks from her own past. All she wants is to put on a good show, collect the money, and hit the roadand the sooner the better, from behind Egypt's quaint facade is a chill Cleo can't shake. She's not sure where it's coming from, only that it frightens her terribly...almost as much as her confused feelings for a certain skeptical cop she'd like to keep at arm's length, yet draw closer at the same time.
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Cleo Tyler is a fraud. A fake. A phony. At least that's what police officer Daniel Sinclair thinks. And Cleo agrees. But she's out of money and needs a job, so when the call for a psychic comes from the chief of police in Egypt, Missouri, Cleo, and her dog Premonition board a train in Seattle for the cross-country journey to the Midwestern town that is so small a vegetarian would-be psychic can't find a decent meal. There, beneath the picture of pulchritudinous perfection, Cleo finds a whole cast of eccentrics, including former San Diego hostage negotiator Daniel Sinclair who has returned home to care for his developmentally challenged brother Beau, a police chief who consults tarot cards, and a dentist mayor with the phoniest smile money can buy. Haunted by nightmares of the accident that killed her fiancé and their unborn child, Cleo believes her "gift" for seeing things relates solely to the horrible night she'll never forget. Imagine her surprise when she finds her dreams filled with torrid visions of her dubious escort, Daniel--and details of Egypt's only murder, which is as yet unsolved. Award-winning author Theresa Weir blesses audiences here with her talent for vivid prose ("He looked at her with spoon-bending concentration ...."), quirky characters, and unexpected humor. --Alison TrinkleBook Description:
Officer Daniel Sinclair can spot an outsider a mile away. Cleo Tyler, a psychic hired to find the town’s lost master key, has the kind of soft exotic beauty that calls to him, but Daniel can’t ignore the instinct that tells him she’s a fraud. Cleo would like to believe her ability isn’t real, but she can’t explain the odd glimpses into others’ lives, or the terrible flashbacks from her past that plague her. She also can’t shake her attraction to Daniel. But she also senses this charming town hides something so deadly, her next vision could be her last.
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Book Description Harpercollins (Mm), 1999. Mass Market Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0061012963
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Book Description Harpercollins (Mm), 1999. Mass Market Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110061012963