Author: Victoria Laurie
Narrator: Elizabeth Michaels
Length: 9 hrs., 14 mins.
Publisher: Audible, Inc.
My Review: Abby Cooper can’t seem to catch a break in the third installment of the Psychic Eye Series by Victoria Laurie. A Vision of Murder starts off with a bang when a character is shot and Abby is asked to care for them during their recovery. Lovely… Abby isn’t the greatest caretaker and her patience is wearing thin quickly.
The other big action in this audiobook? Abby, her sister Kat and her handyman Dave have purchased a fixer upper house on Fern St. The house’s awful appearance and lack of TLC are far from their biggest problem. The house is haunted and Dave refuses to do the repairs. Sometimes being a psychic isn’t easy…
Then there’s a backhoe running over a fancy car, Abby and Kat’s mother, Dutch’s old college buddy and some fancy jewelry. There’s so many things going on in this audiobook but they’re strung together very nicely. I couldn’t turn A Vision of Murder off and and finished it before I knew it! Great listen and another great story by Laurie.
Narrator Review: Elizabeth Michaels’ narration of Abby is so fitting. She seems to have her personality down pat and she keeps your attention during the entire audiobook. She did another amazing job with A Vision of Murder and all of the different characters. Loved it!
Disclosure: I downloaded this audiobook from Audible.com. All opinions expressed are mine and mine alone.