Past Tense, Sophie Turner Mysteries, Book One

Sophie Turner runs Talismans, a Boston tarot parlor, where she reads tarot, keeping her family’s psychic legacy alive. When the murder of her friend and client Patrice Bledsoe leaves Sophie traumatized, she can’t trust her memory about what happened, making her a prime suspect. More

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About Samantha Hunter

Samantha Hunter lives in Syracuse NY where she has been writing for Harlequin Blaze as Samantha Hunter since 2004. Previously employed as a writing instructor at Syracuse University where she earned Master’s Degrees in English/Rhetoric, Public Administration and Geography, writing her own books appeared to be destined when she once crossed out the name of the authors on her LIFE Encyclopedia at the age of six and wrote “By Sam Hunter” on the title page. As of 2011, she’ll have put her name on twenty-one novels of her own, with more in progress. Sam was a RITA “Suspense/Adventure” nominee in 2008 for her Blaze Extreme Untouched, a sexy paranormal romance, and she’s an avid reader of romance and mystery/suspense, prefers television to movies, and loves spending time with her husband, pets and in her gardens.

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Review by: Lynne Colter on May 8, 2011 : (no rating)
A change from Sam's usual Blaze type stories, this mystery had me turning 'pages' rapidly. I didn't want to set it down, and my only disappointment was that she hasn't written any other Sophie Turner stories - yet.

Sophie Turner's friend is murdered right before her, and Sophie is the prime suspect. But she doesn't recall anything of the murder, except that there was someone else in the room, in old-fashioned clothing. While she does her own investigating into what happened to her friend, she finds that she can see ghosts. And while she doesn't remember it, her late Aunt was a medium. The mystery of the murder of her friend is solved, but at what cost to Sophie herself?

Terrific read!
(reviewed 29 days after purchase)
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