Look Both Ways by Carol J. PerryLook Both Ways by Carol J. Perry

Look Both Ways

byCarol J. Perry

Mass Market Paperback | October 27, 2015

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In Salem, Massachusetts, there are secret everywhere--even in the furniture. . .

When Lee Barrett spots the same style oak bureau she once had as a child on the WICH-TV show, Shopping Salem, she rushes to the antiques shop and buys the piece. Just like the beloved bureau she lost in a fire, this one has secret compartments. It also comes with an intriguing history--it was purchased in an estate sale from a home where a famous local murder took place.

The day after the bureau is delivered, Lee returns to the antiques shop and finds the owner dead. The police suspect the shop owner's unscrupulous business partner, but Lee wonders if the murder is connected to her new furniture. At least part of the answer may be revealed through a mirror in the bureau, tarnished and blackened, allowing Lee to tap into her psychic visions. Using this bureau of investigation, Lee may be able to furnish her policeman beau with the evidence needed to catch the killer--before the next one to be shut up is her. . .
Carol J. Perry was born in Salem on Halloween Eve. She has written many young adult novels, and Caught Dead-Handed was her debut mystery. She and her husband Dan live in the Tampa Bay area of Florida with two cats and a Black Lab.
Title:Look Both WaysFormat:Mass Market PaperbackProduct dimensions:352 pages, 6.69 × 4.11 × 0.93 inShipping dimensions:6.69 × 4.11 × 0.93 inPublished:October 27, 2015Publisher:KensingtonLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1617733733

ISBN - 13:9781617733734


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Praise for Caught Dead Handed

"This rewarding paranormal cozy series debut will have Victoria Laurie fans lining up to follow." --Library Journal

"A definite winner. . .delightfully spooky. . .an entertaining story that keeps readers guessing until the very twisted and eerie end." --RT Book Reviews