*This book was previously published under the title DARK PERCEPTION*
A mirror phobia, a major caffeine addiction, and a dead body or two...
Art school student Darcy Harbinger sees dead people--before they actually die. She has premonitions of other people’s deaths, but when she tries to warn these walking doomed—or goners, as she calls them—the news doesn’t go over too well. She’s getting a reputation on campus as a witch, a psychic, and a freak. Are Darcy’s powers of paranormal prediction a gift… or a curse?
When Darcy’s intuition interferes with her painting, she winds up with a creepy portrait of a doomed classmate. The girl is livid about her bloody portrayal on canvas—and she’s freaked out by Darcy’s creepy warnings. When the girl winds up dead, Darcy finds herself at the top of the suspect list. With the evidence piling up against her, can Darcy clear her name before the killer paints her into a corner?
DEATH PERCEPTION is the first novel in a brand-new supernatural mystery thriller series. Anne Marie Stoddard is the award-winning USA TODAY bestselling author of the Amelia Grace Rock n' Roll Mystery Series and several other works.
**Praise for Death Perception and Anne Marie Stoddard**
“[Death Perception] is a spooky, suspenseful and fun page-turner. It grabbed me from page one and never let go! Phenomenal!”—Eve Paludan, #1 bestselling author of Witchy Business
“Murder takes center stage and demands an encore in Murder at Castle Rock, a fast-paced and entertaining backstage pass to mystery.”—Rochelle Staab, bestselling author of the “Mind for Murder” mystery series
“Amelia Grace... is one of those heroines you’d like to be friends with, and you’ll find yourself rooting for her.”—Cozy Mystery Book Reviews
“Blended with humor and emotion, readers will fall in love with Amelia Grace.”—InD’Tale Magazine
“The interactions between all the key players is what made this such a great read. Every conversation, every memory, every revelation moved the story nicely along and enhanced the feeling that it was more about connections than crime.”—Night Owl Reviews