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Dying to Dream When Jack Robesaux Is Found Lying Dead On A Louisiana Beach, Psychic Marin Seurat Must Use Her Gift To Prove It Is Murder And Not Suicide Though Marin Knows Her Dreams With Their Messages From The Dead Could Help, She Struggles With The Idea Of Returning Home And Facing A Troubled Past However, A Phone Call Informing Her Of Jack S Murder And The Return Of The Family Curse Gives Marin That Final Push In A Surprising Turn Of Events, Marin Discovers A Mystery From Long Ago That Somehow Connects To Recent Deaths With The Help Of Cryptic Messages Delivered By Spirits, Marin Races To Solve The Mystery Of Saint Toulere.


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10 thoughts on “Dying to Dream

  1. says:

    Marin Picault is summoned back to her hometown of Saint Toulere, Louisiana by her grandmother Tante Louise who asks her to come investigate the murder of her Cousin Francis using her gift of communicating with the dead Marin Hesitantly comes even though her ex boyfriend Trent is there and won t leave her alone once she hits town Can she discover who murdered her cousin before she is next Read on and find out for yourself.This was a pretty good Paranormal mystery novel that I got for free on S Marin Picault is summoned back to her hometown of Saint Toulere, Louisiana by her grandmother Tante Louise who asks her to come investigate the murder of her Cousin Francis using her gift of communicating with the dead Marin Hesitantly comes even though her ex boyfriend Trent is there and won t leave her alone once she hits town Can she discover who murdered her cousin before she is next Read on and find out for yourself.This was a pretty good Paranormal mystery novel that I got for fr...

  2. says:

    I don t know how she did ithow the author drew me in and planted my feet firmly in Louisiana with Marin, the main character A rare talent for sure.Marin is a psychic who left her roots, her home for life in Canda years ago But she s back And lordy let the intrigue begin A ...

  3. says:

    This is what I consider a good Gothic mystery There is murder, ghosts, voodoo, a long standing feud, big old houses, creepy basements and all set in Louisiana, of course I did get a little confused what with all the names, both living and dead that we are introduced to, but it becomes clearer as the story progresses First you have Marin and Charlie Charlene who are cousins They both suffered the loss of a parent, Marin s mom and Charlie s dad, who died together in a car crash They love ea This is what I consider a good Gothic mystery There is murder, ghosts, voodoo, a long standing feud, big old houses, creepy basements and all set in Louisiana, of course I did get a little confused what with all the names, both living and dead that we are introduced to, but it becomes clearer as the story progresses First you have Marin and Charlie Charlene who are cousins They both suffered the loss of a parent, Marin s mom and Charlie s dad, who died together in a car crash They love each other fiercely and watch each other s backs Then there is Tante Louise, who is their Aunt She has certain gifts , which Marin think are questionable, but she does have the gift of sticking her nose in and figuring things out She tends to work alone though and this worries Marin, as her Aunt is in her 70 s Marin begins having dreams about the Baulliere family before Charlie even visits to...

  4. says:

    Dying to Dream is a roller coaster of a mystery From the moment we meet Marin we know she is different She has a talent The psychic talent of connecting with ghosts or spirits while she sleeps Though this can be very inconsistent When Jack Robesaux is found dead it sets a whole slew of events in motion Most of these events encircle Marin and Marin s family It is from this moment on that we know that this story is not your everyday mystery This mystery with a bit of paranormal thrown in w Dying to Dream is a roller coaster of a mystery From the moment we meet Marin we know she is different She has a talent The psychic talent of connecting with ghosts or spirits whi...

  5. says:

    I really enjoyed reading this book My favorite character was Tante Louise I would liken her to Miss Marple Tante Louise would always say things are not always what they seem , and speed things along with a little Voo Doo All the chara...

  6. says:

    The idea for DYING TO DREAM sprouted several years ago when I was researching about haunted sites situated in Louisiana I found out about Oak Alley, a former plantation with its supposed hauntings I started with the idea of a woman who painted pictures of people she dreamed about But these pictures took on a life of their own, changing form and position often, speaking to her, etc The woman is somehow directed by spirits to find a property for sale in Louisiana and buy it Then the haunted m The idea for DYING TO DREAM sprouted several years ago when I was researching about haunted sites situated in Louisiana I found out about Oak Alley, a former plantation with its supposed hauntings I started with the idea of a woman who painted pictures of people she dreamed about But these pictures took on a life of their own, changing form and position often, speaking to her, etc The woman is somehow directed by spirits to find a property for sale in Louisiana and buy it Then the haunted moments started once she moved there That is where I left it unfinished.Fast forward to 20...

  7. says:

    The book was well written and easy to read Tante Louise s southern Cajun accent felt perfect to me I enjoyed the subject matter very much as it seemed very fresh Although I wasn t enad with the main character s actions She seemed to do too many things that everyone else told ...

  8. says:

    I thought it was really neat book I liked the suspense and how Marian helped solved the murders I can t wait to read your other two new books I need to buy them.

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