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by Allison Kingsley

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ISBN:
0425251411
Author:
Allison Kingsley
Category:
Mystery
Language:
English
Publisher:
Berkley; 1st edition (July 3, 2012)
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1544 kb
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1130 kb
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Rating:
4.4
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Allison Kingsley is the author of the Raven's Nest Bookstore Mysteries, including Mind Over Murder, A Sinister Sense, Trouble Vision, and Extra Sensory Deception.

Allison Kingsley is the author of the Raven's Nest Bookstore Mysteries, including Mind Over Murder, A Sinister Sense, Trouble Vision, and Extra Sensory Deception. Series: A Raven's Nest (Book 2). Mass Market Paperback: 288 pages. Start reading A Sinister Sense: A Raven's Nest Bookstore Mystery on your Kindle in under a minute. Don't have a Kindle? Get your Kindle here, or download a FREE Kindle Reading App.

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But Tatters is the least of Rick's problems when a dead body is discovered in the back of his truck. The victim was seen in the hardware store-and bludgeoned to death with a hammer stolen from there. Visions of the future and turning into people's thoughts come naturally to Clara Quinn thanks to her inherited Quinn Sense.

Series Title: Raven's Nest Bookstore Mysteries. Publisher: Berkley Books. If the item details above aren’t accurate or complete, we want to know about it. Report incorrect product info.

Berkley prime crime, new york. She turned tail and dashed across to the nearest haven, which just happened to be the Raven’s Nest bookstore. Unfortunately the door was on a strong spring. It didn’t close quite fast enough as Roberta charged through it, followed closely by her pursuer.

A Raven’s Nest Bookstore Mystery. Allison Kingsley is the national bestselling author of the Raven’s Nest mystery series, including Trouble Vision, A Sinister Sense, and Mind Over Murder. Category: Cozy Mysteries Suspense & Thriller. Part of A Raven’s Nest.

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A Sinister Sense: A Raven's Nest Bookstore Mystery. The mystery plot itself I found weak as well. The murderer was screamingly obvious to me from the moment the character had their first interaction with Clara. Clara's attempts to investigate felt bumbling and obvious and juvenile. I love cozy mysteries with a paranormal aspect and I love mysteries that centre around a bookstore. That this one is both and still falls so short makes the disappointment that much more bitter - I want to like this series, but unless things drastically change, I'll not be reading the third book. yoder-4Go to yoder-4's profile, opens in a new window. -Yasmine Galenorn, "New York"" Times" bestselling author.

Visions of the future and turning into people's thoughts come naturally to Clara Quinn thanks to her inherited Quinn Sense. Unfortunately, it offers no insight into her love life—or lack thereof—especially where hardware store owner Rick Sanders is concerned. But even though she's still nursing a broken heart, Clara offers Rick a home for his troublesome dog, Tatters.But Tatters is the least of Rick's problems when a dead body is discovered in the back of his truck. The victim was seen in the hardware store—and bludgeoned to death with a hammer stolen from there. Clara believes Rick is innocent, but she's not sure whether that belief comes from the Quinn Sense in her head or simply from a desire in her heart...
  • Avarm
I don't usually read books that have to do with the occult or related subjects, but I decided to read the first book in A Raven's Nest Bookstore Mystery series by Allison Kingsley and wound up really liking "Mind Over Murder." In this second book in the series, "A Sinister Sense" the bookstore seems to concentrate on more of the mainstream books than ones mentioned in the first book which were occult and spells. All is going well for bookstore owner, Stephanie Quinn and her employee cousin, Clara Quinn, when the owner of the hardware store across the street, handsome Rick Sanders, begins to have a problem with his dog who is big, playful and undisciplined. Clara, rather than see the dog go to the shelter, agrees to take Tatters the dog and see what she can do with him and also what her live-in mother will say.

Not long after Clara takes the dog, a body of a man is found in the back of Rick's pickup truck. No one can identify the man and since it's Rick's truck, he becomes the number one suspect in a murder investigation. Clara knows he didn't do it so she and Stephanie start their own investigation of antics in order to find the man's identity and his killer.

A very good and humorous cozy mystery!
  • Lyrtois
Personally, this wasn't the book for me, but I rated it higher because I think it would be good if you were into esp - or the "Quinn Sense." I kept thinking the main character - Clara - was the mother, since Clara reminds me of an older woman, rather than someone in their 30s. I kept getting distracted by the "Quinn Sense," which sometimes worked and sometimes didn't. It didn't seem to add anything. The book was pretty well-written, though, and others might enjoy it more than I did.
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Clara Quinn, a bookstore worker, has claim to the 'Quinn Sense.' This sense is a family inherited trait that allows Clara insight into a situation rather telepathically, using audiology and clairvoyance. She hears voices and sees crime scenes. Clara has spent great energy to suppress this ability since her best friend, and cousin Stephanie did not inherit the sense.

In this case, Clara does chose to use the advantage of her sense. Rick Sanders, a man that Clara is interested in, has a dead body show up in the rear of his pickup. Clara 'knows' he is not the culprit, she has to hurry to find the true killer before Rick is charged with the crime.

We are introduced to a lovable furry dog, Tatters who is able to converse with Clara and that is an avenue the author, in my opinion, should pursue. I would like to see more paranormal exploration.

This was an enjoyable cozy murder read.
  • Damdyagab
This book is one of those that sounded good to me, but it did not hold my interest. I like more psychic intrigue than this book provided but it was really good. Just not my cup of tea. Try it as you might like it.
  • Rrinel
Enjoyed the first one of this series that read. Looking forward to reading the others.
  • Fiarynara
This was a great book! If the coming books in this series are like this debut, this will be a wonderful series for cozy mystery lovers! I highly recommend this book.
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Although I enjoy the series they are rather predictable . The silent I have a heartbreaking secret heroine is becoming very popular... Lacy Steele mysteries.
I have not read the first book in this series and don't think I will. When I went through the bags of mysteries my mom got for free at a book exchange, I mostly picked out ones that were culinary and/or book related to take to read. I didn't think to also check if any were paranormals.

I do have to say that for a paranormal, the use of paranormal powers was very understated in this book, but it was almost to the point that I wondered why the author bothered with it at all. It seemed like there were ways the main character could have found the information without relying on a sixth sense--one she doesn't even want to boot.

I also give the author credit for using a dog rather than the stereotypical cat, but the dog didn't stand out as a character for me. The writing and the plot are decent. I figured out who the murderer was before it was revealed by the author.