Death in the 12th House by Mitchell Scott Lewis
Where Neptune Rules: A Starlight Detective Agency Mystery (Starlight Detective Agency Mysteries)

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...the love affair is forced: The participants seem unlikely, and the 30-year age difference is just plain old creepy.
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Someone is bumping off rock’s wrinkled royalty. After the death of the third aging rock star, fifty eight year old Freddie Finger, lead singer for multi-platinum Rocket Fire, astrologer detective David Lowell is brought into the case. Freddie wasn’t well liked, and Lowell has more than his hands full with suspects. Was it Freddie’s ex-wives, who seem more intent on killing each other than anyone else? His disgruntled band members, angry because Freddie’s solo career was threatening the band’s future? His greedy manager, busy promoting the death of a rock star? Or was it the musician whose career Freddie sabotaged many years ago? Freddie’s daughter, movie actress Vivian Younger, has retained Lowell’s services to help catch her father’s killer. She seems intrigued with this unusual man and his bizarre career. As they search for the truth, is there romance in the air for our stoic detective?

With the help of his staff: vivacious red-head assistant, Sarah, master hacker and psychic, Mort, and his driver and bodyguard, Andy, Lowell sifts through the birth charts of the characters and follows the clues to a surprising ending.
 

About Mitchell Scott Lewis

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Mitchell Scott Lewis is the author of Murder in the 11th House published in 2011 by Poisoned Pen Press. Murder in the 12th House is the second in this ongoing series. Mr. Lewis has been a New York based professional astrologer for more than 20 years with an impressive client list. He has predicted a number of financial events, including the unprecedented rise of oil prices, the collapse of the housing market and sub-prime implosion, the stock crash of '08, and the current recession, all long in advance.
 
Published November 5, 2012 by Poisoned Pen Press. 237 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction
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Reviewed by Kathleen Hennrikus on Nov 06 2012

...the love affair is forced: The participants seem unlikely, and the 30-year age difference is just plain old creepy.

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