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Expect Deception is an “Award-Winning Finalist in the “Fiction: Mystery/Suspense” category of the 2016 Best Book Awards”.
Yippee! Expect Trouble achieved runner-up status in the 2016 Shelf Unbound Best Indie Book Competition. This is its second award. The first was regional (East Texas Writers Guild) and this is national.
In it, the U.S. govt. recruits psychics to find Nazi spies during WWII. (ISBN13: 9781483561967 / eBook: 9781483561974)
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Expect Deception was named a Finalist in the Mystery/Thriller category of Published Books in The East Texas Writers Guild’s annual First Chapter Contest. Here is the link to the official announcement:
Lovers of World War II stories will enjoy this book, as will folks interested in the paranormal. If you like both, this novel is for you! Give Expect Deception a try.
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Ainsworth has crafted a fascinating series that drew me right in and kept me enthralled. Having grown up in Philadelphia, the landmarks are familiar and I found myself researching some of the tactics used by the enemy to see if the Third Reich recruited psychics and dark magic. I reached out to the author for more information and received this background from her publicist: Nazis and the Occult. By using search terms “Nazi and occultism” I am able to find other articles that seem to reference similar information, Nazi Occultism. This series is inventive, creative and a unique glimpse into the home front during World War II. I can’t wait to see what comes next!
“If you like the British series The Bletchley Circle, you will enjoy this book!” –Patricia Simpson, Author
“This talented author strategically and skillfully takes the reader on a trip that will stay with them for a very long time. What a treasure!” –Lauren Calder, Affaire de Coeur Magazine review
EXPECT TROUBLE‘s book trailer released and is on YouTube (1:43). It is done in the style of a WWII news announcement at a movie theater. Enjoy!
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