The Psychic Spy

Adult
Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
More fun, games and adventure in this dimension and the afterlife. Spies and the murky world of Intelligence Agencies, mystery, intrigue, murder, sex and a visit to the dark side. What more could you want?
This is the second in the Reluctant Psychic series. Evelyn Marsh, the eccentric reluctant psychic, is inveigled into yet another intriguing escapade by her spiritual guide. More

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About Bryon Williams

Ex stage and Television actor,director, producer and script writer, now a full time carer for his physically handicapped wife, Marie. Lives in Australia on the beautiful Gold Coast of Queensland. Has written seven novels: The Grumpy Old Withered of Oz, an autobiography, The Twilight Escort Agency, a bawdy comedy set on the Gold Coast, Code Name Millicent:The CIA Agent Who Came Out of the Cold, a whimsical comedy, The Tourist From the Light,a paranormal romance and The Burning Boy, an action crime adventure. This was followed by, The Reluctant Psychic, a paranormal murder mystery, and A Novel Approach, a compilation of The Withered of Oz and The Twilight Escort Agency. Oh well, it keeps me off the streets.

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Review by: Berrie Cameron-Allen on May 19, 2013 :
I’ve just finished reading “The Psychic Spy and the Mystery of Masterman’s Retreat”, which is the latest novel by Bryon Williams, and the second in a series of Psychic Detective novels. Another great read.

We are re-united with Evelyn Marsh, the reluctant psychic from Bryon’s book of the same name, and her spirit Guide, the deceased Detective Senior Sergeant “Lucky” Lambert, plus two surprise guests from “Code Name Millicent – the CIA Agent Who Came Out of the Cold”, all of whom investigate the goings-on at a High-Security Twilight Home for ex-spies! Evelyn agrees to assist one of the residents by proofreading a novel he has been writing about a spy called Roy – which is quite a journey in itself!
Between the investigations, murders, proof-reading and discussions with the AFP and ASIO, Evelyn even has a lusty fling with a James Bond look alike – which I think surprises her almost as much as the reader!

The book is great fun, with a new twist on the spy/thriller genre, and is written with Bryon’s trademark wicked humour! Like Oliver, I want more!
(reviewed long after purchase)

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