A Haunting Dream (Missing Pieces Mystery, Book 4) by Joyce Lavene

By Joyce Lavene

The mayor of Duck, North Carolina, Dae O'Donnell, is a lady with a present for locating misplaced issues. occasionally it leads her to misplaced keys or earrings--and occasionally it leads her to murder...

When her boyfriend Kevin's ex-fiancee Ann arrives in Duck searching for a moment likelihood, Dae by surprise reveals herself dealing with definite heartache. And whereas her romantic existence is in shambles, she's much more involved by way of the surprising swap in her reward. After touching a medallion owned through an area named Chuck Sparks, Dae is stunned whilst her imaginative and prescient unearths his murder--and a cry for aid.

Dae doesn't recognize what to make of the lifeless man's plea to "Help her," until eventually she has one other imaginative and prescient a couple of abducted girl--Chuck's daughter, Betsy. With a baby lacking, the FBI steps in to take over the case. yet Dae can't forget about her visions of Betsy, or the truth that Kevin's psychic ex-fiancee can be the single one that will help locate her...

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They left the conference room together. " "He's already been on holiday," Martinsson said emphatically. " Wallander looked at him with surprise. " "I asked him if he could switch one of his weeks with me. " "I don't think he's ever done that before," Wallander said. They parted outside Martinsson's office and Wallander went to his office. He sat down at his desk and dialled the first phone number Martinsson had given him. Eva Hillstrom answered the phone. They agreed that she should come by the police station later that afternoon.

Without saying so explicitly, they knew it was over. After four years there was no longer any road leading into the future. Wallander spent the rest of that winter evening on the frozen bench, feeling more abandoned than ever before. But then another feeling had crept over him. Relief. At least he now knew where things stood. A motorboat sped out of the harbour. Wallander got up. He needed to find a lavatory again. They called each other from time to time, but gradually that had stopped too. Now they hadn't been in touch for over six months.

But otherwise there were just birds and the distant sound of the sea. When they arrived at the selected spot they knew at once that it had been the right choice. Here they would be undisturbed and free to await the dawn. The sky was now completely free of clouds. The midsummer night would be clear and beautiful. They had made the plans for Midsummer's Eve at the beginning of February, when they had spoken of their longing for light summer nights. They had drunk large quantities of wine and quarrelled at length about the precise meaning of the word dusk.

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