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    Mystery with the Right Blend of Magic and Sexy Cha

    Helene Collias has a bit of an edge over the rest of the shield carrying detectives on the Holly Municipal Police force. She has psychic powers and will need every bit of them to solve one of the creepiest cases of her career. A young woman who worked as an elf at the local mall has been murdered and the best lead she has is that the killer may be working as Santa. To make matters worse, the victim is the sister of a ruggedly handsome guy she nearly hooked up with on a senior cruise in high school. Sean Grant lost his parents at a young age, now his younger sister is dead at the hands of a killer with an agenda. But what is his agenda? Why does he go after the Grant family with such a vengeance? Against her better judgment and department policy, Helene is drawn to Sean. She resists the attraction and so does Sean, but the urge to solve the case with its bizarre twists and turns drives both of them to distraction in more ways than one. This is a hot novel with edge of the seat pacing and a plot that doesn't let you down. Each character is richly drawn and believable. I especially appreciated the author's use of the paranormal, without relying on a magical solution to the case. Get it while it's hot hot hot! I give this book five sizzling stars for a great blend of solid police work, suspense, paranormal touches, and sexy characters who can't keep their hands off each other.
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    Starts fast, and keeps going!

    This story starts out fast: right off the bat we know that Detective Helena Collias isn't exactly a normal detective -- she can see the dead. This can be helpful at times, but it can be frustrating as well, especially when her gift becomes unreliable. Is she trying too hard to catch this killer? Is she too distracted by her attraction to the victim's brother? Is she empathizing too much to be useful at her job? It doesn't matter; she can't help but be attracted to him, and she can't help but empathize with this case that hits too close to home. Murder Upon a Midnight Clear sucked me right into the story. The worry, and guilt that Sean feels, his desire to reach out and connect during such a horrible time: these are all completely human emotions, completely understandable, and completely realistic. It is interesting to see inside the mind of the antagonist, too, and while I can't say I _enjoyed_ it (because, being inside the antagonists _should_ make us uncomfortable!) I do think it was well done. Once again, Juli's writing pulled me right into the story and kept me there. Definitely worth the read.

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