Seeds of Malice (A Psychic Vision novel)

Seeds of Malice (A Psychic Vision novel)

by Dale Mayer


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ISBN-13: 9781773360164
Publisher: Valley Publishing Ltd.
Publication date: 07/18/2017
Series: Psychic Visions Series , #11
Pages: 386
Sales rank: 885,158
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

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Seeds of Malice (Psychic Visions Series #11) 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous 6 months ago
Once again a fantastic story from DAle!
Anonymous 6 months ago
I found this series on nook. The first 3 were free. I'm enjoying them but the name "Fern Geller" really needs to change. ?
nikirenee More than 1 year ago
Never underestimate the imagination that comes from author Dale Mayer. Her stories grab the reader right from the blurb and pull you into a world that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Lets face it, a botanist who works will poisonous plants dubbed "Dr. Death" is going to grab even the most finicky reader. There is a lot of different things going on in this storyline and several twists and turns to keep you on your toes. The reader is kept informed by the different viewpoints of the story enhancing the mystery of who is really in control. This author is smart, she gives you several clues without spilling the beans laying false trails to keep you thinking. Trust, betrayal, secrets, doubts and forgiveness add a depth to the storyline that will touch your emotions and leave your head spinning as the past and the present finally meet. I am never disappointed when I read one of Ms. Mayer's stories and this one was truly an awesome read. I volunteered to read this story for my honest opinion.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Another awesome book to the series.
DeaneC More than 1 year ago
Excellent! Couldn't put it down
NCMS More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed reading this book. Someone was trying to frame Fern for murder, but I had no clue to who or why. Fern was alone all her life and didn’t trust anyone. She finally turned to London and trusted him enough to reveal her sordid past. I was surprised at how everything was resolved in the end. It was refreshing reading a story that didn’t follow a typical story line. If you like reading stories with characters that have psychic abilities you’ll love this book. I received a free copy of this book, and this is a voluntary review.
TorysReviews More than 1 year ago
Fern and London are two of my favorite characters in this series. Fern is so strong. She has overcome a lot, but doesn't let it hold her back. Although, she has put a wall between her and others. She doesn't trust London due to their past. London knows he messed up and owns that. The mystery was great - I had some suspicions, but Mayer kept me guessing as to how they would tie together. I can't wait for the next book in the series - the sneak peak had me wanting more :) I voluntarily reviews an ARC of this story , provided by the author.
ZR1000 More than 1 year ago
Toxins and the psychic realm… This is the eleventh book in the Psychic Visions series. After being acquitted of a crime she did not commit botanist Fern Geller left the country and studied toxins at a conservatory abroad where she was made welcome and could hide away from the hatred humanity had thrown at her. Forced to return six months later what she left behind begins again, the real killer was never caught, with new deaths occurring by poison suspicion falls on Fern but the killer did not reckon on a plane delay giving her an alibi. Should she stay or run away again? While out of the country she’d made unique friendships that she doesn’t totally believe in but finds them helpful. Can they possibly help her now? Can she trust the man who betrayed her and still makes her blood burn? She never expected to feel what she did with London and then to lose it was devastating. Circumstances prevented FBI Agent London Behring from standing by the woman he’d fallen in love with, he didn’t really believe her guilty but circumstantial evidence said otherwise and it was hard to shake. She stood alone against the system and walked away though many still believe her guilty. Her return gives London a chance to make amends. Can he possibly regain her trust? He’ll definitely need her assistance to solve these new murders that have to connect to the ones she was charged with. She will not forgive him so easily, her trust he’ll have to earn. Fern is an intriguing heroine with a horrendous history; that she managed to walk away from that life is a testament to the strength of the survival instinct in some of us but walking away undamaged was not possible. To then years later find herself accused of murder was just life adding severe insult to grievous injury, someone is out to get Fern and it all ties into the past she wishes she could forget. Can she solve the connections in time? She’ll need to learn to believe in magic she doesn’t think is real, in her instincts if she’s to survive this time. As the hero London is a man who has much to prove, to himself before Fern. There are many evil twists to this suspenseful tale loaded with psychic components and cameos from characters we’ve met before. This was quite an engaging read with much character growth. An advanced reading copy was obtained from the author.
hud270 More than 1 year ago
Dale you have done it again!!! This is one of my favorite series. Fantastic story. Once you start reading you don't want to stop. A new Psychic Visions with some twist you don't expect. Fern is a botanist with an immunity to poison. London has a lot of guilt, but refuse to give up on her. You want to know who is after Fern and why. As always favorite characters from other books make an appearance which is always good. Some of the characters have a major role. Love the twist with FBI Grant Sutherland and Detective Drew Sutherland. Looking forward to the next book.. I received an advance copy of this book for an honest review.