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What if you could ‘slip’ into the dreams of a killer? This family of PIs can. They use their psychic dream ability to solve crimes, and that isn’t easy. Especially when one of their own looks guilty.
“A brilliant, suspenseful whodunit…”
—QUI XIAOLONG, ANTHONY AWARD-WINNING AUTHOR OF THE INSPECTOR CHEN SERIES
It was supposed to be a much-needed vacation in Miami, meant to snap Cat out of a persistent depression. But when her great uncle’s studio goes up in flames, killing his assistant, Cat must find out who’s really to blame. Could the uncle she barely knows be responsible? Why won’t he give an alibi for that night?
“A mystery with teeth and wounds and loss.”
Meanwhile, Amazing Grace’s rekindled romance with Ernesto Ruíz is interrupted by the need to both protect and defend her brother Mick, who shares her dreamslipping gift. She’s convinced he was the real target of the fire. But Mick goes rogue as he uncovers evidence that his past has come back to haunt him…
“An excellent addition to the Dreamslippers Series.”
- Two-time indieBRAG medallion winner
- Finalist for the Nancy Pearl Book Award
- Nominated for a RONE Award
- Finalist for the Faulkner Award
- Recipient of a major grant from the Tacoma Arts Commission
- Winner of the AWP Intro Journals Project Award
- Winner of the William Stafford Award
Framed and Burning was a Finalist for the Nancy Pearl Book Award in 2016. Read more about that here. It was also nominated for a RONE Award.
Read the first three chapters.
Here's a short dreamslipping excerpt.