by Denise Fleischer
When a fallen angel is determined to claim Earth as his own realm, Archangel Michael has to stop him before he achieves his goal. Unable to venture to the planet caught in global warming and endless crimes, he sends his daughter, Zoe, to become a psychic detective and a hunter of fallen angels.
By day, Zoe is a lifestyle editor in a small town known as Mt. Lisle, Illinois. At night, you’ll find her deep into her agency’s investigations. If her life isn’t difficult enough with a computer filled with missing people cases, in walks Special Agent Brian Novelli informing her that she’s been recruited by the F.B.I. to hunt down a man responsible for buying small town America and murdering anyone that gets in the path of his goals. All the F.B.I. has is a name: Mathias and an artificial intelligence to assist in tracking him down.
This paranormal thriller reads like a behind-the-scenes psychic investigation in tracking Mathias and what it’s like for Zoe to work on other cases along the way. It explores telepathy, astral and physical portation, visions, angels, the use of AI’s and remote viewing.
DEADLY RESERVATIONS By Denise Fleischer | ArcheBooks Publishing | June 2013 | 264 pages | Hardcover and ebook
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About the Author
Denise Fleischer is the Lifestyle Editor of the Journal & Topics Newspapers in Des Plaines, IL. She writes human interest articles for various communities and processes copy for the majority of the paper’s special sections. She was the publisher of Gotta Write Network LitMag for 36 issues. Her novels include “The Guardian” and “Altar of Freedom” (Port Town Publishing), which are time travel/paranormal/SF. “Deadly Reservations” is the first in a new series focusing on a psychic and homicide detective and their secret identities. For four years, Fleischer hosted a virtual chat on Second Life interviewing writers, artists and musicians. She writes for Metaverse Tribune and Unforgettable magazine. She is currently writing the sequel to “Deadly Reservations” entitled “The Sharp Edge of Truth.”