Looking Through the Mist was released on July 1 and was actually my first contracted work with Class Act Books, although it is my second release. This book is near and dear to my heart as it is the only one my sister was able to see completely finished prior to her unexpected death from Deep Vein Thrombosis. She loved the story from the first time I discussed it with her and was instrumental in nudging, nagging, and pushing me to get it down on paper and then onto my computer. I can still feel her presence whenever my enthusiasm or energy lags. It’s as if she continues to urge me on and I truly feel she is interceding for me in very important places.
The idea for Looking Through the Mist came to me in a dream. I actually dreamed of several children being kidnapped from a certain area of the country. In this dream the only one who could find any trace of them was a psychic who was struggling with her own problems at the time. Then a handsome, but unlikely hero came along to help out. In my dream he looked exactly like my husband in his younger days. When I told my sister about this dream, she said I had to write it all down and Looking Through the Mist was born.
Title: Looking Through the Mist
Author: Rebecca J. Vickery
Word Count: 84,177
Page Numbers: 361
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Psychic Jessica Wilder was a consultant for the FBI until she suffered burnout. The visions leave her alone for several months and she starts to make a peaceful life for herself. Then suddenly, they come back with a vengeance—visions of children being kidnapped. How could she not try to save the children?
Detective Jonathon Lansing doesn’t believe in psychics, but the young woman in front of him is very convincing. Can she truly help him track down a kidnapper? Or is she involved in the crime?
Another child is taken right from under their noses. As they follow her turbulent visions through several states and into Canada, Jessie and Johnny begin to discover they want more than a working relationship. But will it distract them from finding the children in time?