Glass Eye: Confessions of a Fake Psychic Detective

Glass Eye: Confessions of a Fake Psychic Detective

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Benjamin Sobieck By BenSobieck Completed

Prequel to the 2016 Wattys winner, "Black Eye"
(Featured by @TheGirlOnTheTrain)

    
* Her psychic powers are fake, but the kidnapped girl she must find is real. *
    
Zandra is an infamous "psychic" who grifts the gullible residents of her small Wisconsin town using her wits, not anything supernatural. Her skills are put to the ultimate test when the police tap her to help find a kidnapped girl.
    
    But there's a catch. The girl's father apparently got away with murdering Zandra's husband years ago. 
    
    Can Zandra put aside her grudge for the sake of a missing child? Or is this the perfect opportunity for revenge?

  • detective
  • esp
  • female
  • fraud
  • investigator
  • kidnapping
  • missing
  • mystery
  • occult
  • paranormal
  • procedural
  • psychic
  • scam
  • supernatural
  • thriller
  • wattpadstars
  • wattys2016
  • wisconsin
Neko_yama_13 Neko_yama_13 Mar 20, 2017
I'm at school reading this and I'm hooked, I really like how u started it too. The beginning really brought me in👌👍GREAT JOB!!
AliKabeer AliKabeer Apr 11
Somebody has been watching The Mentalist and Sherlock altogether.
LexSk8rGirl LexSk8rGirl Mar 16, 2017
Not sure if I read this wrong, but doesn't Lynda already know Zanda knows the gun's there? I thought Zanda mentioned it above ^^
BananaHaise BananaHaise Apr 21, 2017
I thought I'd mention this tbh the only reason I started reading this was because you mentioned Wisconsin. I certainly don't live in Stevens point but I have been there. It's nice reading a book where you know where the actual locations are. I live south of Milwaukee so I'm not bit farther away.
Now that’s a great start! I knew this would be really good, but it has exceeded my expectations....Added to my reading list!
melissabanczak melissabanczak Mar 03, 2017
Nice intro to this book. I like the characters. I can picture the scene in my head. I did feel a little disjointed at times with the switch between present and past tense near the beginning but your writing style is nice and easy so I'm hooked.