Candy has been out of town, and has a desperate caller that needs her help. A woman is afraid that her husband is losing his mind.
Candy goes to interview the woman, Alison Grey. Her husband is a decent man to her, but is ruthless in business, and has made plenty of enemies. He has been missing, and the worst is feared.
Candy pops in to visit her friend Rembrandt Watson. Mrs Grey is a common acquaintence, and the chatter both helps to do some character development, and to put Candy on the trail to a fortune teller. Candy goes to share some ideas with her boyfriend, Police detective Ray Mallard. Then Candy and Rembrandt are off to the fortune teller.
What secrets can be learned there? Candy isn’t convinced by the performance, of the fortune teller, and more questions are raised at the medium’s office that need answered.
The curious Candy returns back to the fortune teller on another night, Candy is a little more snooppy,and turns up the bodies of her client and the missing husband. There’s a scuffle, a shoot out, and a rescue by Rembrandt.
Still confused? Candy talks with Ray Mallard to fill in all the details about how the clues led her to solving the crime.
Note: This date seems to be wrong, and that it occurs earlier in the series, but I’m not sure where to put it, so here it is.