Dark Aura

Dark Aura New from the author of the highly acclaimed Murder Never Forgets With her genre bending mix of literary and crime fiction Diana O Hehir again plots a mystery as intricate as the inner workings of the

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  • Title: Dark Aura
  • Author: Diana O'Hehir
  • ISBN: 9780425217535
  • Page: 241
  • Format: Hardcover
  • New from the author of the highly acclaimed Murder Never Forgets With her genre bending mix of literary and crime fiction, Diana O Hehir again plots a mystery as intricate as the inner workings of the mind When an indigo child speaks, people listen Allegedly radiating an unusual purplish glow, the extraordinary beings are mysterious and otherworldly And when one of tNew from the author of the highly acclaimed Murder Never Forgets With her genre bending mix of literary and crime fiction, Diana O Hehir again plots a mystery as intricate as the inner workings of the mind When an indigo child speaks, people listen Allegedly radiating an unusual purplish glow, the extraordinary beings are mysterious and otherworldly And when one of them, fifteen yearold Tamina Kerry, falls off a ledge to her death, part time Deputy Sheriff Carla Day investigates Was her death an accident, suicide or murder Carla has experience with those who sometimes fall out of touch with reality, since her father, Professor Day, has early Alzheimer s Like much of the town of Stanton Mills, California, he had befriended Tamina but confused her with Ta Ent, an ancient Egyptian mythical journeywoman among the dead With her final breath, Tamina spoke of her baby, another indigo child who had disappeared Now Carla must rely on the word of a hysterical grandmother and a drug addled young man claiming to be the baby s father and search the recesses of her father s fading mind for whatever clues he can provide.

    One thought on “Dark Aura”

    1. The idea has a lot of potential, but it's never realized. The writing style is very juvenile; first person present tense with a lot of simplistic explanation. Character development is minimal and there are a lot of instances where character action is completely irrational, illogical and/or just plain unbelievable. The author introduces a lot of very interesting ideas in the beginning of the book; indigo babies, egyptian mythology, seemingly simple people trying to hide dark pasts, etc. None of t [...]

    2. 3rd in series (Murder never forgets; Erased from Memory). Author's a retired Mills College professor. Light humor; serious topic.Slow-going, but satisfying. Father's a retired Egyptologist--he helps solve case--a "dark" cozy. Here's 27-year-old Carla with her early-Alzheimer's affected professor father. Together they solve a hippie-colony mystery involving "indigo children." Feels like Sharon Fiffer or Aaron Elkins. Comfort read for me with the dementia-impaired father. . .

    3. I thought the premise of this book was really interesting, but that was the only interesting thing about it. Stilted dialogue, people responding in ways that are unnatural and make no sense, no clear likable characters. I finished it because I started it. I wouldn't recommend.

    4. A little too weird with the idea that "special" babies have an indigo aura. It's actually a scam with the babies being sold.

    5. Might have been a good story. But the dialog sucks. Alot of "um" "yeah" oh God" used. Very blah. I don't recommend reading it.

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