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By Donna White Glaser | Comments: ( 582 ) | Date: ( May 28, 2020 )

Following a near death experience, twenty five year old Arie Stiles decides she might as well take the job nobody else wants a crime scene clean up technician It s good money, which she could use, and death doesn t hold a lot of mystery for her.Or so she thinks.Arie isn t on the job long before discovering she s been gifted with a new psychic talent the ability to scryFollowing a near death experience, twenty five year old Arie Stiles decides she might as well take the job nobody else wants a crime scene clean up technician It s good money, which she could use, and death doesn t hold a lot of mystery for her.Or so she thinks.Arie isn t on the job long before discovering she s been gifted with a new psychic talent the ability to scry Whether she wants to or not, Arie can read the memories of the dead in their blood.When she is assigned to clean the crime scene of Marissa Mason, the socialite author of the best selling gold diggers bible, Arie finds herself haunted by blood visions day and night, and to her shock discovers an unexpected family connection to the victim With her brother suffering the unwanted attention of the police as the primary suspect, can Arie face her fear of the blood visions long enough to follow the trail of clues left in the murdered woman s memories and find the real culprit


  • Title: A Scrying Shame
  • Author: Donna White Glaser
  • ISBN: 9781514889176
  • Page: 470
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Donna White Glaser

Donna White Glaser is the author of the Letty Whittaker 12 Step Mystery series Like her main character, Donna is a psychotherapist and lives northwestern Wisconsin As if that weren t enough, she and her husband own a residential construction company where it s Donna s job to deal with any overly emotional, what do you mean you can t put roof trusses up in a thunderstorm clients Strangely enough, she often comes up with ideas for creative murders and hiding bodies during business hours Currently she is at work on the fourth Letty Whittaker 12 Step Mystery THE BLOOD WE SPILL Donna would love to hear from you via her website at donnawhiteglaser or on Twitter readdonnaglaser.



Comments A Scrying Shame

  • Montzalee Wittmann

    A Scrying Shame by Donna White Glaser is a Kindle Scout book. This is a pretty good book. A girl dies and now she sees glimpses of the dead's life when she looks into the blood of the dead. She finds out when she takes up the job of a crime scene clean-up tech. This gift soon gets her into trouble and the mystery begins. I enjoyed this story and would recommend it to those that like psychic stories.


  • Katie Harder-schauer

    I received a copy of this book because I nominated it on Kindle Scout for publication and it was selected. I'm fairly certain there was no expectation of a review being posted for that copy, but I review every book I read.I am honestly not sure what to say about this book right now. I really just want to gush and tell you that you have to read it because it's so good, but I personally don't find reviews like that to be particularly helpful for me, so I want to do better.One of my favorite parts [...]


  • Maggie

    Paranormal Mystery with a heartAfter a terrible attack in a parking garage, Arie Stiles of Wisconsin died for nearly 30 minutes, then she returned to life, details from her time in heaven fresh in her mind. After her sliced throat healed, Arie found a new job as a death/crime scene clean up tech for BioClean.Though the job was gross, it paid well, and after all those hospital bills, Arie was hurting financially. After her first day on the job, it was clear that her memories of heaven weren’t t [...]


  • Denise Malone

    This is the first book I've read by this author, and I'll definitely come back for more. Donna White Glaser's words painted pictures, lots of them, in my head while I was reading. I'd never heard of scrying before, but I definitely want to learn more about it. The main character, Arie, takes a job cleaning up death scenes. I find that fascinating. Rather than being morbid, I found it beautiful and wonderful. If you're a fan of paranormal, mysteries, and/or humorous reads--or all three like me--y [...]


  • Neeka

    Fast paced and always interestingAbsolutely love this new series. Donna Glaser never disappoints me with her writing. If you have a chance to pick this up - I highly recommend this and all of her other books.


  • Tulay

    Not this book.Other books I read written by this author was good. Characters in in this book are so shallow. Was determined to finish it and did, but don't recommend it. Arie died and come back, now can see the dead people.


  • vivian

    Great readIt does not take twenty words to describe this book when only two words describe it accurately and it is a great read


  • Brenda Yater

    Very fun to readI liked the diverse characters as it made them very real people. Could be in your own family. Fun murder mystery


  • Rebecca

    This was a fun paranormal mystery. After a near-death (well, actually a real-death) experience, Arie has visions of and experiences the memories of the recently deceased. The characters are a blast and the plot keeps you wanting to read. There are plenty of suspects in the murder of the author and some hit close to Arie's home. Plus a dash of romance on the horizon. Something mystery readers will enjoy trying to solve.


  • Denise Zendel

    Arie Stiles gets knifed in a bark parking lot one night after completing her shift and ends up technically dead, for four minutes anyway. Those four minutes were so fabulous that she is pissed off she couldn’t stay on the Other Side. Her conservative pastor father is surprisingly supportive of her experiences, but her very proper, perfect pastor’s wife of a mother simply won’t hear of it. She thinks Arie is faking the whole episode, as do many others in her life.Arie (her name is really R. [...]


  • Autumn

    fallenoverbookreviewsI received this book via Kindle Scout to give an honest review.What really got me was the synopsis of the book and I was so glad this book was picked and I was given a chance to read it.Arie was a normal woman until she had a NDE (near death experience) that ended up changing her life.She is trying to stay a float though she needs to find a job to get bills paid and she really doesn't want to move in with her parents. So when she applies and gets hired to be a crime scene cl [...]


  • Christine Lowe

    Great New SeriesDonna Glaser has started another great series with a female protagonist. The Blood Visions series is off to a rousing start with A Scrying Shame. I was glad my day was free of responsibilities so I could focus on reading this book.Arie's life hasn't been the same since she died. She was stabbed one night leaving work and officially died while the doctors were trying to save her life. Her near death experience resulted in depression when she was forced back into her body. She like [...]


  • Katie Mettner

    Being a Donna Glaser fan, I was very excited to see she was starting a new series alongside her Letty Whittaker mysteries. I nominated A Scrying Shame for Kindle Press and was even more excited when they notified me that my ARC copy was available! I dug into it immediately and Arie (pronounced R.E.) had me hooked immediately. She’s one of those women who doesn’t have it all together, in fact, she has nothing together; after all returning from The Other Side takes a lot of recovery. Once she [...]


  • Ln Winchester

    Not really satisfying in any of the genresThis book attempts to mix paranormal, mystery and romance together in one, but fails to satisfy in any area.There's a whole setup with the heroine's job as a forensic clean up technician that by the middle, she doesn't appear to be doing any more. That means it was a plot device solely to move things along to where the author wanted them to go.The heroine's paranormal abilities. Again, just a vehicle to help het solve the mystery. The requisite hunky det [...]


  • Norma Huss

    I received this book because I voted for it on Kindle Scout. I read it right away, but life got in the way of reviewing it immediately. And that's a good metaphor (if I understand the word) for my remarks. Death got in the way of RE (that's the pronunciation of the amateur sleuth's name). A bad event left her dead long enough so she was quite unhappy to discover she was still alive. It also left her with that scrying ability - something new to me. It's paranormal and pulls this mystery along lik [...]


  • Melissa

    If you take out the psychic story line (which you shouldn’t, it was fun), this book is a typical whodunit. The characters aren’t as fully developed as those in books by more seasoned writers but there is a lot of potential and I wouldn’t mind reading Donna White Glaser’s other books and any future Blood Visions mysteries. After all, I need to know what Arie (R.E.) stands for and see if it is a truly embarrassing name and I definitely want to read more about Grumpa. There is a possibility [...]


  • Polly

    I nominated this book when it was a Kindle Scout entry, and I'm glad it won Kindle Press publication. The main character, Arie Stiles, who literally died after being mugged and came back to life, takes a job cleaning up death scenes. Her trip to the "Other Side" leaves her with the ability to see what happens to the victims, and in the case of murder, the killer. Arie, pronounced R.E is a protagonist worthy of a series. Some of the dialogue had me chuckling, which is a compliment to Ms. Glaser's [...]


  • Fiona Quinn

    How great was that? Started and ten o'clock last night, which was a mistake. Who needs their beauty sleep anyway? Shh, that was rhetorical. So fun! So funny! Lot's of insightful information, too, like, "Men don't take well to bananas leaping out of dark hallways." Noted.Looking forward to Glaser's next novel and more about her fabulous heroine, Aire, giving us insights from what she can read, scrying blood on her job as a biotech.


  • Nesie

    Really enjoyed this! Just enough "cleanup" 411 to make Arie's work believable, but not so much that you'll turn green. Great blend of cozy mystery, otherworldly goings-on, and thrills. (There's even a touch of meet-cute romance) Glad I ran into this book at Kindle Scout. Glaser is a writer I want to get to know better. Ditto for the characters in this book. Thank goodness there's a note that a second book is coming. Looking forward to it!


  • Ann Omasta

    Okay, I admit itI had absolutely no idea what scrying meant before reading this book. It's an intriguing concept and made for an interesting read. This book had plenty of mystery and suspense, a good dose of humor, and a just a touch of romance. All in all, it was fast-paced and thoroughly enjoyable.


  • Lisa Weaver

    If you're looking for a stick-to-your-ribs mystery with ingenious plot twists, vivid imagery, an awesome heroine, and a generous sprinkling of humor, this is it. An engrossing read from Donna White Glaser that left me eager to read more from this talented Kindle Scout winner. Fortunately, there are more on the way!


  • Tracy Westmeier

    SurprisinglyDid not like the beginning. Seemed to drag. But once that snowball starts rolling, watch out! It was a great ride with twists and turns I never saw coming. Recommend as a good, quick and fun read.


  • Karen greer

    Great Read!I voted for this book on Kindle scout and I'm so glad I did. I started reading and could not put this book down. I have never read this author before but I will be reading her now. It's a murder mystery with humor. So enjoyable!


  • Michelle Jessee

    Great read!!!Keeps you guessing! This book was intense from start to finish and I highly recommend it! Can't wait to read others in the series.


  • Linda Cole

    DifferentI like this story. It was not like another psychic book. Arie is a surprise innocent but also strong in her desire for justice


  • lenora crenshaw

    ThrillerInteresting thriller with a surprise twisting ending that completely caught me off guard, I had no idea who was the killer.


  • Ann

    This was a fantastic read. I read it in about a day because I couldn't put it down . You get drawn in to the character's mind and keep wanting more!


  • Jessica Miller

    I thought the first few chapters rushed a little, but I absolutely loved the storyline!! I wish this book had been twice as long! I read this quickly and didn't want to put it down.


  • Marianthi

    Has a promising premise, but just fell short. Still a quick, entertaining read.


  • Scorch22

    So believable and interesting. I like the interweaving of the family and friends into the story


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