Something stinks in Clovis, New Mexico and it's not just the dozens of dairies and numerous stockyards in the area. Government and corporate corruption have unique smells all their own. The mysterious deaths of two local community leaders, the sudden influx of outsiders, and local law enforcement becoming overly aggressive in every way, has the local citizenry stricken with confusion, fear and anxiety. Vincent Anthony D'Angelo, a U.S. Coast Guard veteran and a true fish out of water, hailing from the shores of Boggy Bayou in northwest Florida, arrives in Clovis, and none too soon. At the invitation of a former shipmate, Vince is brought in to help piece together the puzzle that has brought corruption and murder to a once peaceful and pleasant small town in eastern New Mexico. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Rick Myers. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/013722/bk_acx0_013722_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Elizabeth Blake was one of Early America's greatest physical spiritual mediums, demonstrating her gift in the tiny hamlet of Bradrick, Ohio chiefly between the years 1860 to 1920. Mrs. Blake worked non-stop for nearly sixty years, and sat for more than 200,000 people in that time. With the exception of her night circles which she held usually when requested, she sat in broad daylight, along with one of the most unique characteristics of her sZances, using a double-sided, lightweight metal tube or ''trumpet.'' Through painstaking research, the noted spiritualist historian N. Riley Heagerty has pieced back together much of the mysterious puzzle of Mrs. Blake, practically lost in time. This plain, assuming woman talked with those on the ''Other Side'', freely giving of her time to help the grief-stricken reconnect and converse with loved ones, long thought lost forever.