"Sevier writes with a subtle, wicked humor and a sophisticated vibrancy that ushers the reader right into Depression-era Memphis -- and Nell's eccentric household . . . . Rich in Southern ambiance, evoking an aura of menace, a tongue-in-cheek humor and a tenderness all at the same time, this second book in the Psychic Socialite series has me desperately hoping it won't take Sevier long to conjure up the third." - USA Today Happy Ever After Blog
Memphis socialite Nell Marchand never meant to become a psychic. Not a real one, anyway. And if she has to be cursed with the true sight, she wishes the dadgum thing would at least perform on command.
When a family friend disappears from a magician’s mummy case onstage and turns up dead, Nell sets out to unmask the killer. Medium Joseph Calendar warns her that she’s putting her own life in peril, but she can’t turn her back on the people counting on her. Soon, Nell finds herself knee-deep in murder, miracles, that old-time religion, and an ancient rivalry or two.