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Book One: The Cass Lehman series
Cass Lehman has a terrifying ‘gift’; she sees what others can’t…
The youngest in a family of extraordinary women with supernatural talents, Cass is cursed with the not-so-sexy gift of seeing the past. But not just any past; she sees death.
Fo years she’s hidden herself away in her family home. Now desperate for a better life, she ventures into sleepy Jewel Bay, only to stumble upon murder and mayhem and a killer at large who’s been lurking in their midst…
Taking a chance, Cass volunteers to assist Detective Ed Dyson with the investigation. Will Cass be able to save the latest victim and herself?
Hindsight is the first in a crime thriller series featuring Cass Lehman and Detective Ed Dyson.
‘… building to an agreeably tense finale… entertaining read…suggests that future adventures for Cass should be nicely mind-bending’
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‘… crippled by a supernatural gift over which she has no control… horror – with its echoes of Greek mythology… Strong characterisation makes for a promising start to a planned series.’
‘For anyone who loves Medium‘
The Morning Show
‘Gripping… conventional in the best way, this confient debut will have readers awake long into the night.’
Australian Book Review (ABR)
‘Hindsight lived up to my every expectation…this is an outstanding debut from Australian author Melanie Casey and it’s exciting to see her burst onto our bookshelves in style….Highly recommended!’
‘The plot is well crafted…combining crime fiction with an interesting paranormal element and a touch of romance… I’d particularly recommend it those who find the genre mix appealing and who might have liked Charlaine Harris’s Harper Connelly series.’
‘…the book was well written and highly entertaining. A beach read or one to take on a long trip, certainly engrossing and one that keeps the readers interest…the consistent writing allows one to become engrossed. You don’t even realise the plot has a hold of you until you realise there is barely any of the book left.’
‘Despite Cass Lehman’s unusal abilities and experiences, [Melanie Casey has] made her and those she interacts with feel so grounded, so authentic… [I was] impressed by the unusually complex and twisted and chilling nature of the criminal acts perpetrated in [the] novels.’