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Spectre (Zoe Martinique, Book 2) by Phaedra Weldon
Review by Gayle Surrette
Ace Paperback  ISBN/ITEM#: 9780441015931
Date: 03 June 2008 List Price $14.00 Amazon US / Amazon UK / Show Article /

Zoë Martinique is trying to get a grip on her life. She can't talk and is trying to learn sign language after loosing her voice in the Wraith. She's also been told to change her diet or be treated for diabetes. It seems being out-of-body, does take its toll and the longer she's out the worse it gets. As if that wasn't enough problems, it seems that her mother is acting strange, there's a series of weird murders (body parts are missing), and the ghosts are worried. Everyone is trying to tell her what to do and it's annoying. Zoë just wants to crawl home and nest -- but somebody has to do something and it looks like she's got the short straw.

From official release/information:

Book Description: Zoë Martinique has the extraordinary ability to travel outside her body at will. When she is drawn into an investigation of a series of bizarre murders, in which the victims are missing body parts, Zoë hopes to help her boyfriend, Atlanta homicide detective Daniel Frasier, stop the killer— one she’s sure is from the darkest levels of the astral plane—without letting him find out about her special abilities.

Then danger strikes close to home when Zoë’s mother disappears, and Zoë must use all the powers at her command to save her—even though Zoë knows that, in doing so, she may make herself into something no longer entirely human.

(Source: Ace)

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