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Murder on the Astral Plane
"A merry romp through metaphysical mayhem."
—I Love A Mystery
Kate Jasper, Marin County, California's own, organically grown, amateur sleuth returns in this tenth mystery in the series. ("The great Kate is at her lovable best." —Midwest Book Review.) Kate Jasper is feeling "karmically impaired" in Murder On The Astral Plane. In her view, she carries an astral virus to any group she joins, always leaving someone just plain dead. Kate's best friend, Barbara Chu, says Kate's simply thinking negatively. Barbara practices a little metaphysical shock therapy by tricking Kate into participating in an unannounced psychic soiree. And sure as shooting stars, by the end of a blindfolded intuition exercise, Silk Sokoloff, author and columnist of "Erotica, Et Cetera," has been fatally garrotted by a wire cat toy. Kate figures one of the clairvoyants, intuitives, or telepaths in the group should be able to figure out whodunit. But their collective psychic vision isn't anywhere near 20/20. Now Kate needs her own crystal ball if she wants to die of old age rather than New Age.
"Murder On The Astral Plane is bound to please Jaqueline Girdner's legion of fans."
—The Mystery Chronicle
Next book in the series: Murder, My Deer