About the book:
Rebecca McKenney grieved the loss of her daughter for three years. Now, a vision showing Sabrina three years older, suggests her baby is still alive, and the FBI agent who gave up the search is the only one who can help find her. Special Agent Dan Cooper is haunted by a tragic mistake made early in the investigation of Sabrina's disappearance. Now to ease his conscience he agrees to help Rebecca search. Together they fight inner demons, all to real bad guys, and an attraction neither wants to admit to. Each step closer to finding Sabrina is a step deeper into deception and evil. Can Rebecca and Dan save Sabrina before it's too late?
About the author, S.J. Clarke:
S. J. Clarke has published over fifty articles as a columnist and regular contributor for a variety of lifestyle and human interest websites. She is a grateful member of the Writers’ Community of Durham Region, and proud to sit on the Board of Directors for The Ontario Writer’s Conference. Sandra also co-authored Touretties, a touching tribute featuring testimonials from patients and their loved ones living with Tourette’s, released in 2011 by Sakura Publishing.
Mind Over Matter, her first novel in the Anderson Security series, released in November 2011 through MuseItUp Publishing. She is currently working on Forecasting Raine, book two of the Anderson Security series, and The Missing Time, a stand alone novel.
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"Mind Over Matter" is a fast pace romantic light paranormal suspense story. Ms. Clarke pens her characters well developed and realistic. This book jumps in right from the start and the plot flow nicely from there. Plenty of heartbreak, betrayal and suspense. I couldn't put the book down and finished it in a half day. A must read for all romance/suspense fans.
I give "Mind Over Matter" a 5 star rating.
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