An Angela Panther Mystery (Midlife Psychic Medium Series Book 3)
Carolyn Ridder Aspenson
Spieldauer: 10 Std. und 38 Min.
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It’s one thing to get attitude from her teenagers, but when Angela Panther’s newest ghost in distress is an in-her-face, snarky teenage boy, the psychic medium lays down the law. When an unidentified 14-year-old boy takes a dive off an interstate overpass, to solve the case, Atlanta area detective Aaron Banner calls Angela to get the truth about his junior John Doe.
A new republic now governs America, paving the way for the restoration of democracy. But, the nation’s transition has not been an easy one, and tensions continue to rise as some call for the return of the Project. Zira's only goal is to find her place in this new world, but with her best friend, Tripp, battling a debilitating addiction and no resources of her own to help him, she reluctantly accepts aid from her former partner - and former adversary - Jared.
With her life in the PEACE Project safely behind her, Zira works covertly with Tripp to undermine the project’s control and begins to see firsthand just how extensive the country’s organized rebel movement is. But when one of their jobs gets complicated, her motives and integrity are called into question.
How far would you go to protect the people you love? The Mirror Souls are fugitives on Gaia, and Aiden and Alana are no exception. The Avalon will stop at nothing to destroy them all, but Councilor Keren has set her sights on Alana and those she loves. When she confides in Mal about the strange dreams she’s been having since arriving on Nimbus, he sends her away in the hope that deciphering her dreams will be the key to stabilizing the powerful Mirror Soul energy. Parted from Alana, a determination to live a normal and happy life drives Aiden to fight for her.
Temple Dancer, a novel of awakening and connection, spans the distance of time, space, and culture through the parallel lives of Saraswati, a young Indian temple dancer in the 1940s and Wendy, an unfulfilled artist living in contemporary New England. On a crowded train in southern India, a strange encounter leads to the exchange of a dusty red book, with a mission.
Frankie Staple has a secret. A year ago he shot a man to protect the woman he loves. Facing the death penalty, he flees, changes his name, and tries to avoid attention from anyone, especially law enforcement. Everything is going well until a mysterious message and a federal agent appear in his life on the same night.
Life in the space lanes isn't the easiest, but for Trigg Donner, commander of the space freighter Rosebud, it's more than a steady paycheck - it's home. But when a routine landing on San Pedro unearths a mystery simmering on his own ship, Trigg comes face to face with his own fears and distrust. After spending several years stranded on a distant mining colony, former graduate student Cassandra "Lucky" Luckenbach finally has enough money saved up to catch a spaceship back home to Earth.
Nearly 30 years ago, the PEACE Project rose from the ruins of a global war to take power over a new America. Providing stability in exchange for absolute authority, the project controls every aspect of citizens' lives through each of its five units - Protect. Enforce. Advance. Control. Eliminate. Raised in the Project since infancy, 18-year-old Zira has been trained as an assassin under the stern guidance of unit E-2's Chairman Ryku.
With four missing persons and witnesses who refuse to talk, Kadenburg’s sheriff finds himself in a bind on what to do. Swallowing his pride and biting the figurative bullet, he calls for backup: His son. Twenty-nine-year-old Rutley Holter hesitantly returns to his hometown to rejoin the family business: Hunting werewolves. He never intended to return to Kadenburg, but it soon becomes personal when he discovers his best friend has been murdered - presumably by the very same sniveling mutts his father suspects to be responsible for the disappearance of some locals.
Like the rest of the Gaian race, Alana’s life is ruled by the Avalon, the superior race who once created Earth and returned to reclaim it after humanity brought it to the brink of destruction. Because of the Avalon, every Gaian faces the risk of being moved from region to region, over and over, with no warning. Alana has no place to call home. Fearing that she may be resigned to this life of control forever, the opportunity to explore the world outside of her region is literally dropped into Alana’s pocket in the form of a small silver device.
Shannon Clayton is 35-year-old woman with a troubled past. When she tries to kill herself on her wedding day, her fiancé commits her to a mental hospital. Her psychiatrist is the best in her field, but Shannon will not speak to her. She will only communicate through letters. The doctor needs a new perspective on Shannon's tormented soul, so she calls on Kathryn. Kathryn is Shannon's twin sister who wants nothing to do with her. But she can't turn her back on her sister because she is drawn to the letters Shannon has written for some inexplicable reason.
Twenty-six-year-old Presley Goult's life is anything but ordinary. Her mother abandoned her as a toddler after her father’s death, leaving her to be raised by the only family she has left - her uncle Arnold. After years of being away, she returns heartbroken and devastated, knowing this is the last place she wants to be. Unbeknownst to her, Kadenburg is not your ordinary town. There are secrets that have been kept from her for her own good.