This is the first book in the Regina Cutter series. What I don't understand is the meaning of the title of the book? No one is invisible, no one suddenly appears.
Cast aside by her Chicago executive husband in favor of a trophy wife,
Regina "Reggie" Cutter gets a new life in Boston, where she has
inherited not only her Aunt Jo's South End townhouse but also her aunt's
psychic abilities, which take the form of unusual pains in various
parts of her body. While these pains aren't precise paranormal
indicators, they're enough to get her asked by a realtor friend to check
out a Back Bay mansion subject to unexplained manifestations; she's
also appointed an unofficial consultant to Boston police detective Frank
Devaney, whom her aunt assisted on occasion.
In between visits to the murder site and talks with folks who lived
nearby at the time, Reggie does her "real job"--working at a
-resale-clothing store for cash-strapped women reentering the
workplace and walks the Beagle she shares with a scruffy motorcycle
enthusiast, R. K. Stark, who wants her to learn to ride.
There is plenty going on to keep the pages turning.
I will definitely pick up the next book in the series.