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   Murder in Scorpio, by Martha C. Lawrence  
 
  Novel, first publication in November 1995 , latest edition in November 1996
 
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      She's a California P.I. with something extra-an instinct for trouble and a special sense of danger.

    Elizabeth Chase is used to funny looks and disbelief when she tells people she uses the paranormal and astrology to help her investigations. But when Sergeant Tom McGowan of the Escondido Police Department needs help in exploring the not-so-accidental death of an old friend, he turns to her.

    Instantly, Elizabeth is absorbed by the case, and searches the stars and her sensitive psyche for answers. Janic Freeman, the dead woman, had a lot of friends, but as Elizabeth scans the artifacts of Janice's life and meets the people she know, she begins to pick up a few unpleasant auras that have the unmistakable color of evil. Trying to pin down Janice's last fateful day of life, Elizabeth charts her final moves-and follows the celestial signs to cold-blooded murder.

     
     
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  • Elizabeth Chase (#1)

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  • 20th Century
  • California
  • Cops - Sheriff
  • Detectives - Sleuths - Pis - Bounty Hunter
  • Murders
  • Telepathy - Mind Reading - ESP - Psionics - Psychic
  • Women Sleuths

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