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eBook Seeing Is Deceiving (A Phoebe Fairfax mystery) ePub

by Suzanne North

  • ISBN: 0771068050
  • Category: Mystery
  • Subcategory: Suspense and Obscurity
  • Author: Suzanne North
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: McClelland & Stewart; First Edition edition (April 20, 1996)
  • Pages: 288
  • ePub book: 1392 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1500 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 917

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Seeing is Deceiving is Suzanne North's second Phoebe Fairfax mystery, and it more than delivers on the promise of the first

Seeing is Deceiving is Suzanne North's second Phoebe Fairfax mystery, and it more than delivers on the promise of the first. The sardonic Phoebe and Candi Sinclair, her apparently ditzy colleague at the TV program "A Day in the Lifestyle," are back, this time in New Age territory.

Seeing is Deceiving" is Suzanne North's second Phoebe Fairfax mystery, and it more than delivers on the promise of the first. Phoebe and Candi are filming at the Okotoks Psychic Fair when one of the exhibitors, the sleazy Jonathan Webster, collapses. A few hours later he is dead - poisoned (in a rather extreme way) - and the police immediately suspect his common-law wife, Tracy, of murder. The fractured bones and.

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Suzanne North (born 1945) is a Canadian author based out of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. North has written for magazines, documentary films and CBC Television. She is also the author of the Phoebe Fairfax mystery series. Her mystery novels have sold well in Canada (her first book is in its third printing) as well as internationally (most notably Germany and Iceland). Her latest work, a literary novel, Flying Time, was published in 2014

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Seeing is Deceiving is Suzanne North’s second Phoebe Fairfax mystery, and it more than delivers on the promise of the first. The sardonic Phoebe and Candi Sinclair, her apparently ditzy colleague at the TV program “A Day in the Lifestyle,” are back, this time in New Age territory.Phoebe and Candi are filming at the Okotoks Psychic Fair when one of the exhibitors, the sleazy Jonathan Webster, collapses. A few hours later he is dead – poisoned (in a rather extreme way) – and the police immediately suspect his common-law wife, Tracy, of murder. The fractured bones and bruises Webster has dealt her over the years give her ample motive. Frightened, Tracy turns to her old friend Candi for help, and Candi is off sleuthing to clear Tracy’s name, dragging Phoebe along reluctantly in her wake.Phoebe’s filmmaking efforts and her unenthusiastic crusade to prove Tracy’s innocence take her into the fantastic world of fortune-tellers and pet channellers, to the race track, and through the foothills to the icy Sheep River. En route she encounters an ensemble of odd and delightful characters, including Maud Gellman, who’s suing the Queen for a wrong done to her in a past life, Two Bob, a retired but not retiring bookie, and Sadie Nightingale, wilderness gardener and card-reader extraordinaire.Fast-pased, wickedly funny, and with a twisty ending that will make readers cheer, this second Phoebe Fairfax mystery demonstrates that, sometimes, seeing really is deceiving.

Comments

Kelerana Kelerana
What a fun read! The mystery is well written and the humour and wit is constant throughout the whole book. There's no shortage of quirky characters, and the ending makes sense and is very satisfying. I loved the interaction between characters. There are some books with have main characters that you'd love to know in real life - this is one of those books.

This is the second book in the Phoebe Fairfax series (after Healthy, Wealthy & Dead) and I hope there will be many more.
Micelhorav Micelhorav
Very witty, with a lot to say about our times, especially the nuttier aspects of our times. New Age types will recognize themselves which may or may not please them. The method of death in this is both believable and unbelievable depending on how you define those terms. The characters are richly developed, and there's such a fine sense of the place (around Calgary) that the surroundings are almost a character in themselves.
roternow roternow
The story was terrific as well!! Phoebe Fairfax is a camera woman for a local TV show - and they go to film a psychics' fair. When the live in boyfriend of a friend of the reporter - keels over (while trying to sell one of the funniest machines I have EVER heard of) - the trouble starts. Of course they have to solve the mystery for the reporter's friend, and all the while the humor is awesome! People were looking at me strangely when I started laughing out loud on the bus going to work!!!! Read it - you'll enjoy it!!