A Supernatural—Yet Believable—Thrill Ride


Psychics are headed to the mysterious state of Louisiana and they have no idea about the danger that awaits them.  Hmmm…that’s actually funny—psychics that have no idea about future danger and the word “headed”.  Anyway, “Orange Fingertips” is a supernatural thrill ride that you will not want to put down until you’re finished reading it.

Victor Carver is a management consultant working on one of the biggest accounts of his life. Victor realizes right away that his destiny extends far beyond the board room to the battlefield of good and evil. He literally plunges into the middle of a heated supernatural battle that involves dead psychics that are found without their heads. Also, the lives of the two women Victor loves most in the world hang in the balance. It is inside this struggle that he discovers he has heightened cognitive ability as well as fingertips that probably glow in the dark. Can he use his new found psychic powers to save the women he loves?

Leander Jackie Grogan is fast becoming one of my favorite authors. He weaves well-written, exciting literature that keeps you on your toes. In addition, he explains in great detail supernatural phenomena so that the story is truly believable. The only thing I didn’t like about this novel was that I initially found it hard to identify the main character from reading the first few pages. His name is also not made clear in the book blurb. Nevertheless, the novel was awesome and I look forward to reading more from Mr. Grogan.


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