Psionic

by Michael David

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Book Cover: Psionic
Part of the Psionic series:
  • Psionic
Editions:Paperback

Following the death of her parents—operatives of a Top Secret government psychic espionage program—Archer Wilson receives an urgent warning from beyond the grave. Your life is in danger. Leave home now or die.

Running for her life and unsure of who she can trust, Archer finds herself caught up in a bizarre world built upon madness and paranoia. Her life, her family, everything she thought she knew is swept away, and nothing is what it seems. At every turn she comes face-to-face with some new and sinister character, each stranger than the last. The brutal and perverted Le Cadavre, with a transistor radio strapped to his chest. The insane Father Muerte, naked and slathered in body paint. All serving Allen Costas, the corrupt and ruthless Director of Psychic Espionage, who has plans of using Archer—and her special gifts—for his own nefarious purposes.

Archer dives deep into this rabbit hole of insanity and emerges to avenge the deaths of her parents. But will this bloody, twisting trail through alternate worlds and dimensions lead her to salvation? Or her own personal hell? Like Technicolor heroin, Michael David’s Psionic will transport you to a vivid new plane of violence, espionage, and schizophrenia that will leave you wrung out and gasping for breath. Enter at your own risk.

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About the Author

Michael David graduated from West Texas A&M in 1988 with honors, earning a BBA in Finance. For the next two years, he worked as an assistant examiner for the F.D.I.C. during the banking crisis of the late 80’s.

However, Michael heeded the call of becoming a writer and quit his job as an assistant bank examiner in 1990. He found a job in Amarillo, Texas working with people with disabilities and began writing.

He is the author of five novels and two screenplays, and is currently under contract with Oghma Creative Media for three manuscripts.

Michael is now retired, and resides with his wife in Amarillo, Texas, where he is an active member of the writing community.


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