I loved this book! Excellent murder mystery based in a town of psychics and spiritualists. Great characters, including a little blind girl who can "see" ghosts. This one was hard to put down! Good "summer vacation" read!
An interesting mystery made more enjoyable by well-drawn characters that you will really root for, especially the six-year-old girl. Not too frightening and with just enough jolts and surprises to keep you hooked. Expect to stay up all night reading this one.
From Publishers Weekly
With this compelling gothic mystery, Staub (The Last to Know) puts a fresh spin on the haunted house formula. Three years after the drowning of his live-in girlfriend, Kristin, Paine Landry is forced to return to Lily Dale, N.Y., a gated resort community of spiritualists and mediums, to settle his former mother-in-law's affairs. Her equally bizarre drowning there makes staying in the dilapidated Victorian inherited by his blind, six-year-old daughter trying for the skeptical Paine, who wants nothing more than to learn the truth behind their deaths. When Paine's daughter and Julia Garrity, Kristin's erstwhile childhood friend and a practicing psychic medium, admit to "seeing" a tortured ghost in the house, Paine decides to sell it back to its former owner, an elderly man whose only wish is to bring his dying wife "home." Too late, Paine and Julia realize that the ghost was trying to warn them of a dangerous force, the same force that claimed Kristin and her mother. Staub deftly weaves several subplots throughout, but a profusion of secondary characters including a pair of bumbling paranormal investigators, Julia's two-timing boyfriend and Kristin's greedy half-brother only serve to complicate an already complex tale. Still, Staub's prose is energetic, and her characters possess enough genuine warmth to keep readers captivated.
Another great book by Wendy Corsi Staub. I enjoyed this book very much. I don't usually enjoy books about the paranormal; but made an exception with In the Blink of an Eye and am very glad I did.
This could actually happen in todays world.