From the husband-and-
wife writing team of Steven Harris and Candice Proctor comes a chilling thriller with all-too-realistic implications. This electrifying series debut introduces two polar-opposite characters thrust into a conspiracy so deadly and deep that the highest echelons of
government are involved. Fast paced and terrifying, this story will chill your blood.

Iraq War vet Tobie Guinness received a psych discharge after what she would later learn was a remote-viewing vision about a bombing mission gone awry. Tobie is now working with Tulane professor Henry Youngblood on his remote-viewing project, and with an accuracy rate in the 80 percent range, she's one of the best around. Then a viewing triggers a firestorm of death when a powerful company fears its vile plans are about to be exposed.

CIA agent Jax thinks remote viewing is a crock, but when Youngblood is murdered and Tobie goes on the run, he's assigned to uncover the truth. But nothing can prepare either Jax or Tobie for what they will uncover. (HARPER, Oct., 384 pp., $7.99)
Reviewed by: 
Jill M. Smith