The plot thickens as Sara realizes the kidnapper can also mentally link with her, playing a cat-and-mouse game with her and her husband as they begin to question the kidnapper’s identity and motive.
KIOWA, Colo. (PRWEB) January 14, 2019
S.T. McCrea was raised by a mother who had psychic abilities and an almost 98 percent rate of being correct. When forming the main character for her new book, McCrea was interested in having a psychic for the main character, similar to her mother, but wanted her to be able to do more. In “Visions,” the first in a series of four psychic thriller novels, McCrea’s main character comes to life.
The book follows Sara Allbrooke, a woman with psychic gifts who works as a first grade teacher for special needs children. When Sara’s school is targeted by a kidnapper who takes a child and threatens their life, Sara discovers that she can mentally link with the child, becoming them through all physical senses.
The book also follows the story of Samuel Hawk, a retired Navajo detective who experienced similar kidnappings to the one in Milford, Connecticut, but on the reservation years prior and who was never able to catch the kidnapper.
As Allbrooke’s husband, John, who is on the Milford police force, secretly uses her to help locate the kidnapped child, Hawk works with Sara’s brother and husband to catch the man that brought extreme pain to the community and reservation.
“The plot thickens as Sara realizes the kidnapper can also mentally link with her, playing a cat-and-mouse game with her and her husband as they begin to question the kidnapper’s identity and motives,” McCrea said.
For readers who enjoy a suspenseful plot with intersecting storylines, “Visions” will leave them waiting to see the kidnapper’s identity and then wanting more.
About the Author
S.T. McCrea holds a bachelor’s degree in history. A retired world traveler, she lives on a small Colorado ranch. She shares her love of writing with her retired Navy veteran daughter, five horses, two dogs, three cats and one burro. This is her first book.
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