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   Case of the Psychic's Vision, The, by Franklin W. Dixon  
 
  Novel, first publication in February 2003
 
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      Psychics Can See The Deepest Of Secrets

    There's a new family in Bayport: psychics with visions of the past, present, and future. While lots of people are curious about the psychics, Frank and Joe Hardy are skeptical; is this psychic family for real? When Colin, one member of the family, makes an extremely accurate prediction about a future event, the Hardys are shocked. And when Colin starts "seeing" truths buried in a classmate's past, Frank and Joe find themselves hunting for clues.

    Had Colin not arrived, this mystery would surely have been left unsolved. With help from a boy who can see things no one else can, the Hardys learn firsthand that things aren't always as they seem....

     
     
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