They can’t shake that menacing spirit. Now it’s got a hold of their son.
They tried to get away, but it follows them wherever they go.
Carter and Brenda thought it was a clean break and a new start. They were dead wrong. They escaped their old life in Boulder and returned to Boston. Signs emerged indicated that this mission failed when their young son, Adam, began to speak. He would say things and act in a way that made Carter and Brenda believe they were not just a family of three.
When seven-year-old Adam is kidnapped in the middle of the night, there is no more denying that the spirit of Martin had reared his very ugly head, again. This story culminates in a showdown that has only one possibility of finding peace in their lives.
They must find a way to move Martin into the afterlife. However, there’s one problem.
Martin has no intension of going.
If you loved Desert Son and Wayward Soul, you will need to discover the ending to Spiritual Intervention, which is the third book of the trilogy.
When Carter Spence and Brenda Raycroft visit a Psychic named Angie, their reading turns tragic upon touch as Angie suffers convulsions and frantically runs into the street and gets hit by a car. Why did she react that way? Their fate is sealed in a coma, so they must use any means possible to reach Angie in the spirit world as they dodge deadly complications in an attempt for answers.
This eerie sequel to Desert Son occurs four years after Carter and Brenda discover that they are a couple reunited beyond the grave in Boulder, Colorado. Carter and Brenda race against time as they need to get this information before Angie dies and takes the reading with her. They decide to share the house with tenants to help with the bills. It’s a family of four with mysterious four-year-old twin boys. When the spirit of old man Martin returns to haunt them, Carter and Brenda must block his spirit from their world and try to prevent him from tampering with the body of Angie. The spirit world becomes intertwined with their own once again as they attempt to tap into Angie’s secrets to uncover disturbing truths about their fate.
Glenn Maynard is the author of “Strapped Into An American Dream” which details his one-year journey through the 48 continental states, Canada and Mexico in an RV. He was a travel correspondent for three newspapers during his travels. He is also the author of “Desert Son”, which is a fiction book that involves out-of-body, past-life-regression hypnosis and reincarnation.
Yesterday, I received a publishing contract for my fiction book, Wayward Soul, which is a sequel to Desert Son. This will be my third published book and second book of a trilogy. I received great reviews on Desert Son and will have a ready-made list of reviewers for this new book. Desert Son was very planned out right down to the scenes. Wayward Soul was less rigid as far as the outline was concerned. The book that I am currently writing is even more lax with the outline. I find that by easing the reins of the outline a bit more, I am flailing wildly as I chug along, allowing the keyboard to take me to places I didn’t plan to go. There are many ways to skin a cat, but my current skin has a mind of its own. I am one-third of the way through this long ride, and can’t wait to see where it takes me. It’s going to be a wild journey while I complete this trilogy, but now that I have a publishing deal for book two of the trilogy, I can focus more on book three. It’s like being strapped into an American dream. Thanks to my publisher, Black Rose Writing.