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Fifty years after the Disaster, the world is vastly different from days of old. Wizardry is the norm and magical talent is categorized. Josephine O'Connor, an with a penchant for off-beat antics, is a category six, which means she possesses magical powers as rare as they are unsettling and a talent for psychometry that is so strong and acute that she can read the psychic impressions in a room without touching anything. Emily Winters was kidnapped as a teenager by Psi-Tech, a corrupt and power hungry corporation that learned of her precognitive ability.
Director: Eleanor Gaver. Next . Wishful Thinking I (1990). Detective DaVonzo and his young partner Elliott are putting together a murder mystery with the help of a jigsaw puzzle but will all the pieces be together in time to save DaVonzo's daughter? Written by Concorde - New Horizons (with permission).
Published July 21, 2004 by iUniverse, In. .There's no description for this book yet.
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Dubbed The Jigsaw Murders in newspapers, the case built against Dr Buck Ruxton relied on an ambitious use of forensic evidence, as well as 209 other exhibits and some 115 witnesses. Before getting to the physical evidence, Jackson provided a motive.
Emily Winters was kidnapped as a teenager by Psi-Tech, a corrupt and power hungry corporation that learned of her precognitive ability. Fifty years after the Disaster, the world is vastly different from days of old.
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As Kathy ineptly bumbles through town searching for clues and staking out 'suspects' who she believes may be capable of murder, the killer becomes nervous and retaliates. Her daughter and son-in-law, teachers at the local high school, struggle to discourage her from this amateur sleuthing which has quickly become a nuisance and an embarrassment. Unfortunately, Kathy is determined to catch the serial killer.
Soon, Kathy wishes for her old, boring life back as her amateur investigation becomes a race against time to protect her family which she has unwittingly put in danger.