I'm currently reading What's Past is Prologue by Susan Lynn Solomon.
Unhappy with her career in Manhattan, Jessica Menotti moves to Western New York to join the Niagara Falls District Attorney's office as a junior prosecutor. The change of scenery hasn't stopped her recurring nightmare, however, and things start to get more unsettling. In addition to dreams that leave her in a panic, sneaky co-workers, and a missing supervisor, Jessica soon finds herself experiencing déjà vu. She panics at a building she's never seen, has random memories that aren't hers, and feels connections she shouldn't. How does this relate to the crime scene she was called out to oversee? And the bones she saw? As Jessica becomes embroiled in a major case she'll have to be careful who she trusts, including herself.