Travels with My Father: Life, Death, and a Psychic Detective
In this moving spiritual memoir, one of America's most important psychic investigators, Nancy Myer, recalls her evolution as a person with psychic abilities, her struggle to accept the intuitive gifts she was given, and her desire to lead a "normal" life raising three energetic children. But when the highest-ranking official in the Delaware State Police asks her to use her psychic gifts to help solve murder cases, her normal life is turned upside-down, beginning an unorthodox career in which she is forced to deal with "the worst of humanity." In her numerous consultations with law enforcement, she receives guidance and support from the ghost of her father, who had also possessed some intuitive abilities. His passing and return visits from "the other side" are what unlocks her true nature and extraordinary gifts. Part love story and part mystery, with vivid descriptions of some of her toughest criminal cases, she explores some of the most profound questions of the universe: What is our purpose here on earth? What happens at the end of a lifetime? and Where does the soul go? As Nancy reveals in the remarkable story of her relationship with her father, before his death and after, the end isn't really an end at all, but merely a transition to new worlds.
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"I was . . . a little skeptical at first, but she soon made me a believer in her skills in solving crimes. She was a true asset to the department, and we treated her as a member of the squad." --Capt. Tony Rispoli, retired commanding officer, Wilmington Department of Police (DE)
"I . . . have seen her predictions come true. [The book] is a fascinating look at the world through the eyes of one who sees more than most of us. I couldn't put it down." --Leslie Rule, author, Where Angels Tread--Real Stories of Miracles and Angelic Intervention
"Reminded me of those times working with Nancy in Wilmington and how difficult her role was in assisting investigators to bring the tough cases to a successful conclusion. A great read for any and all!" --Sgt. John Ingraham, retired detective, Wilmington Department of Police (DE)