ART’S REVIEWS: “From a Distance” A Tale of Paranormal Suspense by John Molino
Author John Molino has written a novel about a young woman who exhibits psychic visions similar to what the US Army and the CIA have investigated as “Remote viewing.” She is not taken seriously by the traditional Intelligence community but her accuracy is too good to be ignored. As she interacts with the higher echelons of government, she becomes concerned about her safety. Meanwhile, her visions are coming closer together and more urgent.
Based on actual research done for the US Army and CIA by the Stanford Research Institute (with some poetic license). This is a fun read of mounting suspense with a strong female lead and a storyline that could be from today’s headlines!
From a Distance- amazon.com
John Molino Author’s page- amazon.com
Background Information on Remote Viewing-
Remote viewing books: amazon.com
The Men Who Stare at Goats (book)- amazon.com/Men-Who-Stare-Goats-ebook
The Men Who Stare at Goats (film)- amazon.com/Men-Who-Stare-At-Goats
Ingo Swann books- amazon.com
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