P.I. Billie Blyas psychic tells her she will stumble upon a murder, but neglects to mention she is to be the victim. Maybe her psychic doesn't want to give her more to worry about with a million dollar lawsuit looming and a missing client who doesn't want to be found. She is determined to learn who wants her dead and why as people start dying around her. The trail leads deep inside Portlandas City Hall and involves a mayor who wants to be governor at any cost; his mistress, who wants to tag along with or without her city auditor husband; a city commissioner who hires a P.I. to spy on Billie; and an ambitious cop lurking in the background waiting for his opportunity for advancement. The pressure mounts as the mayor attempts to put Billie under house arrest for her own good; and an assassin tries to kill her in a drive-by shooting, narrowly misses blowing her up with her car and garage, and kills a chief witness at the Portland Pirate Festival. When the cops start a manhunt for Billieas former partner, whom she still has a crush on, as their main suspect, she decides one of them must die to unravel the truth. Will her psychic prove to be right after all, or will Billie finally flush out the killer responsible for the murders of four people? It comes down to a late-night shootout with a vicious killer on a Portland riverfront to learn why she must die.She pointed to a little plastic sensor box, which shot a red beam across the width of the door to stop the garage door from closing if a child or some object lay in its path. I bent over the sensor box and felt more wires Ia#39;d missed before in the darkanbsp;...
|Publisher||:||Don Weston - 2014-08-19|