The US government recruits psychics to find spies during WWII.
Opening herself to ridicule by revealing she’s clairvoyant is the last thing U.S. WAVES Lieutenant Livvy Delacourt wants, but when Uncle Sam needs her skill to track Nazi spies, she jumps in with both feet.
JoAnn Smith Ainsworth experienced food ration books, Victory Gardens and black-out sirens as a child. These memories help her create vivid descriptions of time and place for her award-winning, WWII paranormal suspense series wherein the U.S. government recruits psychics to hunt down Nazi spies.
1. Expect Trouble was a runner-up in the 2016 Shelf Unbound Best Indie Book Competition and a semi-finalist in the East Texas Writers Guild first-chapter contest.
2. Expect Deception was a finalist in the 2016 Best Book Award in the category of Mystery/Suspense and a finalist in the East Texas Writers Guild first-chapter contest.
Ms. Ainsworth is the author of six published novels. Expect Betrayal (Book 3) will release in 2020.
She has B.A. and M.A.T. degrees in English and has completed her M.B.A. studies. She lives in northern California.
To learn more, please visit https://www.joannsmithainsworth.com or send an email to email@example.com. Twitter @JoAnnAinsworth
Wow! EXPECT TROUBLE hit the Amazon Top 100 list today in Psychic Mysteries. Walking on air!
Today was the day. This afternoon started the search for psychics. After reading all the documents sent by The Watch, Trey was even more convinced his father dropped him into a God-awful mess. He still had no clue what interview questions to ask a psychic. Normal employment interviews were a cinch. He’d been through enough of them and on either side of the hiring desk. Before enlisting, he’d interviewed engineering applicants for the Philadelphia research plant of Minneapolis Honeywell.
He glanced at his watch. Five of two. He needed to leave for the Macpherson home. He put the papers into his briefcase, added his slide rule, locked it and headed for his car and driver. Time had run out. He’d wing it.