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Publication Order of Bay Island Psychic Mystery Books

Death at First Sight (2016)Description / Buy at Amazon
Occult and Battery (2017)Description / Buy at Amazon
Clairvoyant and Present Danger (2018)Description / Buy at Amazon
Spirited Away (2019)Description / Buy at Amazon
Grave Consequences (2020)Description / Buy at Amazon
A Spirit Seeks Asylum (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
With a Spirit of Vengeance (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon

Lena Gregory is an American published author known for her cozy mystery series.

The author is married to her husband and they share three children together. They reside in eastern Long Island in a south shore-located small town. When the author was younger, she would spend a lot of time outside. Growing up, Lena would spend afternoons hanging out on the beach, spending time in her backyard, or finding any place that she would be able to be able to sit down with a book and read for a while. While Lena still loves reading just as much as she did when she was younger, now she has the additional perk of being able to come up with stories of her own!

Lena Gregory is the creator and author of the Bay Island Psychic Mystery series of fictional novels. This series first became available to readers in 2016 with the publication of the debut novel Death at First Sight. The dynamic mystery series continued with the publication of the second novel, Occult and Battery. There are lots of fun stories in this series to enjoy so if you are looking for a mystery that isn’t too dark but still contains plenty of twists and turns, check out these awesome books for yourself!

Death at First Sight is the first novel in the Bay Island Psychic Mystery series by Lena Gregory. If you love a good mystery read, then check this debut story in this fun series out.

When it comes to Bay Island, not all is as it should be. Main character Cass Donovan left her psych practice behind and moved from the bustling streets of New York City to Bay Island to open up her own psychic shop. Crystal balls may be a departure from listening to people talk in an office with wallpapered walls, but it’s a new start and Cass is thrilled to go back to her hometown.

Since she has opened up her shop there, Cass has been able to host customers and give them their own personalized readings. When they are conflicted, she does her best to try and give them the tools that they need in order to go out and resolve those issues or get some consolation or some type of direction from her words.

When she does a reading for a woman named Ellie Callahan, she realizes that what she sees in the future for her isn’t good. But that’s not always the best reading to give when you want a happy customer. The fallout continues when the client’s mother confronts her over it. It’s a horrible incident and Cass is so embarrassed from the incident that she wants to just forget it ever happened. That’s why it is especially upsetting when she personally discovers the dead body of Marge and finds out that Ellie’s mother is officially dead as a doorknob.

The only problem is that since Cass was the one to find the corpse, she automatically is viewed as a suspect. Being on the scene makes her look guilty, but Cass is determined to prove that the incident was merely coincidence. She also finds out to her dismay that the rumors are flying about her and she is the main topic of conversation in Bay Island.

Now Cass has to clear her name and show everyone that she’s innocent. It’s hard being thought of as a murderer, but she knows that she didn’t do it. All that’s left is to prove it. With her friends Stephanie and Bee helping her out, can Cass find a way to prove that she’s innocent? Can she save her customer Ellie from the events of a vision coming true?

Cass is going to have to get to work and find the killer. Can she transition from shop owner to amateur detective and get the results she’s looking for? Read this debut mystery book to find out!

Occult and Battery is the second novel in the Bay Island Psychic Mystery series by Lena Gregory! Cass Donovan is back in Bay Island and trying to make a living and avoid the drama that seems to have a knack for finding her.

The former shrink may not be entirely authentically psychic, but she does draw the line at murder. Mystical Musings is not doing so well, and the forecast for the future is grim. Not only are tourists keeping away from the island due to the cold winter wind, the money is not exactly flowing in. Cass decides to get creative with her approach and try something new.

She hopes that a murder mystery-themed weekend will be just the ticket to get more people into the shop and hopefully spark some more business and even return customers. The weekend is set up to include a seance in a mansion that has some spooky vibes and is said to be haunted. It all seems like the perfect plan to bring her business back to life and back to the black.

The only thing that could ruin this is a surprise. When her old husband appears in town, it’s a recipe for disaster. He’s not only in Bay Island, but he’s there with her former best friend, and they’re engaged. Things only get worse when a guest is discovered dead and the weather takes a turn and becomes a blizzard.

Now there’s a real murder mystery afoot, and the guests have to figure out who did it while knowing that if someone killed the guest, they’re also still inside. On edge and nervous, the group and Cass herself must discover who killed before more victims are taken. All she wanted to do was try to rejuvenate her business, and now someone is dead and they’re all in a horrible situation.

Things are not looking good, but Cass isn’t just going to roll over and give up. Maybe the group can figure things out. Can a killer be discovered? Will Cass save her shop, or will this murder put a damper on the business for good? Read this fun mystery to find out!

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