The Southern California psychic from Shattered Moon is working with the post-Rodney King beating LAPD to find a missing child. Published in 1993, this installment isn't quite as New Agey as the first in the series. There are still a lot of protective white lights being imagined around people's hearts, and Theresa Fortunato is still attracted to boorish men, so things haven't changed too much.
It's a good read, especially if you are in the same condition as me, where your brain refuses to engage in any literature that requires higher than a tenth grade reading level. That's not a slam at Ms. Green. Thrillers/detective stories don't aim for higher than tenth grade.