Homicide Detective, Paula Taylor, and County Prosecutor, Rick Stevens work with each other on a regular basis. They both understand that gathering enough evidence to present in court often leads to bizarre people and information. However, nothing in their past experience has prepared them for the crucial facts they receive from beyond the grave. Paula and Rick put their respective careers and reputations at risk in an attempt to win a conviction based on evidence obtained at a seance. Inspired by an actual investigation and trial in Tucson, Arizona.
“A clever mystery about a murder trial where evidence from a seance was presented.” – Arizona Daily Star
PSYCHIC EVIDENCE is available from Amazon.
Carol Costa is a professional writer and editor. She is also an award-winning playwright and a journalist. Carol has worked as an editor of books and newspapers, a business news correspondent, and managed a literary agency.
Carol’s plays have been published and produced in New York City, Los Angeles, and regional theaters across the country.
Ask Aunt Emma a Third Time,paranormal mystery
Take me Out to the Love Game,
The Secret of Eastman Springs, YA Ghost/Mystery
Lost in the Shadows, romantic/suspense
The Seventh Messenger, a historical novel
When Nothing Else Was Right, a Dana Sloan Mystery
Ask Aunt Emma Again, paranormal mystery
Happiness Awaits You! Inspiration, co-editor/author
Ask Aunt Emma, paranormal mystery
Invisible Force, paranormal mystery
The Master Plan, A Dana Sloan Mystery
A Deadly Hand, A Dana Sloan Mystery
Love Steals the Scene
Labor of Love
Teach Yourself Accounting in 24 Hours, (1st & 2nd Editions)
The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Surviving Bankruptcy
Teach Yourself Bookkeeping in 24 Hours
Video Poker: Play Longer with Less Risk
The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Starting and Running a Thrift Store
Your Journey to Light and Love
The Last Decent Crooks, a musical/comedy/mystery
The Phantom of the Soap Opera, a melodrama
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