Date Published: Spring 2018 (will send exact day later)
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
While not usually a big deal, one overlooked email would haunt teacher Gilda Greco. Had she read it, former student Sarah McHenry might still be alive.
Suspecting foul play, Constable Leo Mulligan plays on Gilda’s guilt and persuades her to participate in a séance facilitated by one of Canada’s best-known psychics. Six former students also agree to participate. At first co-operative and willing, the camaraderie is short-lived as old grudges and rivalries emerge. The séance is a bust.
Determined to solve Sarah’s murder, Gilda launches her own investigation and uncovers shocking revelations that could put several lives—including her own—in danger. Can Gilda and the psychic solve this case before the killer strikes again?
REVIEW: A different kind of reunion
It started with an email to Glida from a Sarah McHenry
But the question stays who killed Sarah McHenry?
Was it one of the Barbie, or the Kens even the cop.
The story was edge of the seat thrilling, keeping the reader guessing as to who killed Sarah and why.
You follow Nancy Drew aka Gilda the grade 8 teacher from 20 years ago summoned to attend at séance to seek answers from the dead as to who killed Sarah was the killer in the room.
I found this book truly entertaining and exciting wanting to know who killed Sarah and it was the one you least expect. Not only do you have the suspects all being a possible reason for killing Sarah but you have the 3 little old Italian gossip queens who sure do spice up the story.
I really enjoyed this book and could not put it down, I needed to know who it was.
The book was well written and have a great balance of old world traditions and modern new age view points, it showed even the old gossip queens could get with the times of technology while still using traditional methods to solve a murder
In 2008, Joanne Guidoccio retired from a 31-year teaching career and launched a second act that tapped into her creative side. Slowly, a writing practice emerged. Her articles and book reviews were published in newspapers, magazines, and online. When she tried her hand at fiction, she made reinvention a recurring theme in her novels and short stories. A member of Crime Writers of Canada, Sisters in Crime, and Romance Writers of America, Joanne writes cozy mysteries, paranormal romance, and inspirational literature from her home base of Guelph, Ontario.