Two years ago, I wrote a novella called Clouded Vision. It told the tale of Keisha Ceylon, the bogus psychic who made a small appearance in my novel No Time for Goodbye. Keisha watches the news for stories of missing people, then, after a few days, she approaches families to tell them she’s had a vision. She thinks she may know where their missing loved ones are, and for a price, she’ll give them the details. In the novella, she contacts a man whose wife has been gone for days, and when her vision gets a little too close to the truth, Keisha realizes she may end up missing, too.
Clouded Vision is a tight, short, open-ended little tale. Readers wrote and asked, “What happened next?” My publisher wanted to know, too, so they asked me to write an entire novel based on Clouded Vision.
Never Saw it Coming contains elements of the novella, but it’s an entirely new story. New characters, new plot twists, and an entirely new ending. If you’re wondering what happened to Keisha after the end of Clouded Vision, you’re going to want to read Never Saw it Coming.
I’ll tell you this much: Things don’t get a whole lot better for her
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It’s been two months since private investigator Cal Weaver’s teenage son Scott died in a tragic accident. He’s mired in a grief that has clouded his judgment, because driving home one night, he makes a very big mistake. A girl drenched in rain taps on his car window and asks for a ride as he sits at a stoplight. Even though he knows a fortysomething man picking up a teenage hitchhiker is a fool, he lets her in, because she knew his son, and may know something about the circumstances of his death. Soon, Cal senses something’s not right with the girl, or the situation. But it’s too late. He’s already involved.
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“…Trust Your Eyes is the best Barclay so far, a tale Hitchcock would have loved. It has more spins than the Whirl360 computer program Thomas Kilbride is so fascinated with. The book is riveting, frequently scary, occasionally funny, and surprisingly, wonderfully tender. I could believe this might happen to people living two streets over from me. Great entertainment from a suspense master.”
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