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 unearths herself dealing with definite heartache. And whereas her romantic lifestyles is in shambles, she's much more involved by means of the surprising switch in her present. After touching a medallion owned by way of a neighborhood named Chuck Sparks, Dae is stunned whilst her imaginative and prescient unearths his murder--and a cry for support.
Dae doesn't comprehend what to make of the lifeless man's plea to "Help her," till she has one other imaginative and prescient a few abducted girl--Chuck's daughter, Betsy. With a toddler 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 may be the one one who may help locate her...
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