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To prevent her murder, a woman searches for the cause of her death in previous lifetimes in the enthralling paranormal novel, Murder Through The Looking Glass by Cathy A. Corn. After moving into her new home, Suzanne Westin is waking up with night terrors. Thinking scrying may help her get to the bottom of her subconscious fears, Suzanne buys a crystal ball. Unexpectedly with her first attempt, Suzanne's deceased boyfriend appears and imparts an urgent message. Murder is in her future, and the key to preventing it is in her former lives. Disturbed, Suzanne frequently connects with her crystal, but the information is only coming in spurts. Several new men have emerged int her life, each one of them having noticeable idiosyncrasies. Although wary of the possibility that one of them could be a murderer, Suzanne establishes relationships with them. Wanting to resolve the karmic cycle of her lives before it is too late, she explores past life regression. Can Suzanne finger her killer before he strikes? Or will she once again be a victim?
Murder Through The Looking Glass (Supernatural Beyond Time Romantic Mystery) by Cathy A. Corn is a thrilling mystery novel suffused with mystical elements. Using original methods, the protagonist has a unique way of seeking out a murderer. There is a wealth of knowledge within the story about various aspects perceived as spiritualistic. It is impressive how past life regression and scrying are accurately described. It is a delightful book and a stunning representation of contemporary holistic living. I recommend it to everyone who embraces the extraordinary.