Foreteller

Rated 4.33/5 based on 3 reviews
With her present-day life in upheaval, the last thing archaeologist Zoey Kincaid needs is a 25-year-old letter warning of her upcoming demise. Forced to dust the cobwebs from her own shadowy past, Zoey uncovers crimes, deception, and buried family secrets, but will she put it all together in time to ensure a future? More

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About Anne McAneny

Anne McAneny lives in Virginia with her husband, children, two ferrets and a cat who currently answers to Mythical Flarb, John, and Food. In addition to her three e-books, she has written several screenplays that float through Hollywood on a regular basis.

Anne's latest chick-lit novel, OUR EYES MET OVER CANTALOUPE, features Stuffed Cupcakes and Belgian beer - she really should have called it "Personal Nirvana." Anne loves to hear from readers and is always available with a big old Sharpie to sign e-readers!

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Review by: Doug Pardee on Oct. 29, 2010 :
A well-written paranormal suspense is spoiled by a nonsense resolution. Once the climax was over, I was left wondering "Why didn't...", "Why would...", "How could...", and a bunch of similar questions. The resolution just didn't hold together. I got the impression that this is a revised ending, and it wasn't well thought through.

In addition, the e-book (at least as of the 9/7/2010 edition) forces a particular font, and that font is so light as to be almost illegible on my reader (B&N NOOK). I had to go into the EPUB file and edit it in order to kill the font selection.

Something that might not annoy others as much as it did me: the book uses business paragraphing (no indents, blank line between paragraphs) instead of novel paragraphing (paragraphs indented 1/2", no blank lines between paragraphs except at a section break.)
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Lezlie Anderson on Sep. 08, 2010 :
What a great first book! This is a fast paced book that keeps your interest the entire time- no slow parts. The book is primarily a mystery but has a "supernatural" feel to keep you guessing until the end. I (unlike some) like to try to figure out the twist before the end but could not on this one!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: ellen canepa on July 26, 2010 :
Anne McAneny's debut novel is a fantastic read! I down loaded this psychic mystery and once I picked it up I could not put it down. I recommend this book to anyone who likes a paranormal mystery and a little romance. What I liked the most about this book is the smart and strong-willed heroine who bravely travels between her past and her future with the help of her long-deceased mother and an old-school detective.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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