Look Both Ways by Carol J. Perry. Published by Kensington

In Salem Massachusetts, Lee Barret is thrilled when she discovers an old oak dresser just like the one she has as a child in an antique store. Lee’s was destroyed in a fire, so she simply can’t resist replacing it with this exact replica. It even has the same secret compartments that hers had. After the dresser is delivered to her home, the antique store owner is found dead, and while police think the business partner is to blame, Lee’s not so sure. She’s about to find out just how much like her old furniture this dresser is, because the mirror on it allows Lee to sharpen her psychic visions. She might even be able to see who the killer really is – and she’ll just have to hope the killer isn’t able to look right back at her


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