Rage of Spirits

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Kensington Books, 1997 - Fiction - 328 pages
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The year is 2003. The President of the United States has lapsed into a coma. His vice predident, a troubled man who belives in a realm beyong our knowledge, is suddenly thrust into power. The first order of command: dispatch his press attache, William Conchrane, on a mission that will challenge everything the veteran journalist ever believed--or dared to believe.

From hidden Secret Services files to a New England psychic who holds the key to a thirty-year-old crime...from a family tormented by unseen horrors to a mind-bending terrorist with the power to change the course of history, Cochrane descends deeper into a shadowy world between truth and deception, reason and madness, between this life and the next. What he uncovers will take him places no sane man would ever go.

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Washington thriller with a psychic spin, pitting a wishy-washy White House aide against a telekinetic sociopath, a superstitious vice president, a witchy spirit medium, and the ghost of a murdered ... Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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Noel Hynd lives in Culver City, California. He has over four million books in print throughout the world and is the bestselling author of the highly acclaimed novels The Enemy Within, Flowers from Berlin, and Cemetery of Angels, and the previous titles in the Russian Trilogy, Conspiracy in Kiev, Midnight in Madrid, and Countdown in Cairo.

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