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A small Iowa town holds a dark secret Emily must uncover to save a small boy…if she survives what’s coming.
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Premonitions, the third installment in “The Nightmare Series”, once again finds psychic Emily Preston on the receiving end of a series of visions, this time involving a young boy. At first, Emily is not sure why they are occurring, but eventually she and her psychic soulmate, Ashish Mehta, are convinced the child is in danger.

With the skill of a private investigator, she ably tracks the youngster and his family to a location across the state. Emily sets out alone and in pursuit of the child, but unbeknownst to her, Ash, her boyfriend, Tony, and his mother and new stepfather are following close behind.

The tension rises when their search is overshadowed by the sudden onset of a terrific storm and tornado.

This exciting page-turner brings all your favourite characters back together including Max, the ghost dog, and introduces Emily’s new infant twin siblings, whose psychic powers are already beginning to reveal themselves.

Premonitions, a new supernatural thriller from author Donna Jean McDunn.

Title Premonitions
Series The Nightmares Series
Author Donna Jean McDunn
Genre YA Paranormal Mystery
Release September 6, 2016
Designer Charlotte Volnek
Length 240 pages
ISBN 978-1-77127-826-3
Price $5.99
Tags Paranormal, ghosts, Iowa, images, nightmares, visions, premonitions, tornado, mental illness, schizophrenic, Afghanistan, wounded, bomb shelter, telepathy, psychic soul mate, romance, overdose, drugs,
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Tony hung up his phone and glanced over at Ash. “That was Ray. He and Mom were successful in following Emily without her catching on. They’ve just arrived in Missouri Valley and Ray said he thinks Emily is planning on spending the night, because her first stop was one of the motels. I’ll bet her next will be the police station to find Phil Clayton, and from there, to look for the boy. Ray is going to call his contact now, to give him a heads up.”

Tony wiped an anxious hand across his forehead and was surprised to find he was sweating. It was warm in the Malibu, and he figured the temperature outside must be near eighty. It was also growing increasingly humid and the car didn’t have air conditioning, but with the windows down, it wasn’t as hot as it could be. “I can’t begin to say how grateful I am for Mom and Ray offering to keep an eye on Emily for us. Without their help, I would have missed one of my finals and had to take the class over. I just hope we can get there in time to protect her.”

Ash nodded. “I hope Ray can handle Emily and keep her safe until then.”

Tony glanced at Ash. “Ray was a good cop and great at managing criminals. But Emily?” Tony shook his head. “I don’t think there’s a man alive who can control Emily when she’s hell bent on saving someone.”

“You’re right and that could be the reason Ray brought along your mother.”

Maybe Emily would listen to his mom and that could make a difference. On the other hand, he better not count on Emily cooperating with anyone if it conflicted with her plans. Emily and Ray had an hour head start and no matter what, Tony was going to be there to protect his girl. He pressed a little harder on the gas.

* * * *

Emily parked in back of the police station. She didn’t expect to meet anyone she knew, but it was a small world and you never know.

She wished she'd gotten Phil's phone number from Ray before she left—of course, he probably wouldn’t have given it to her, but it would have been worth a try. She drew in a deep breath and entered the station through a back door. The building wasn’t very big or imposing, but for some reason, it felt intimidating. Maybe it was because she knew the police wouldn’t approve of her mission any more than Tony and Ash. Well, she didn’t have to explain anything to the cops.

The place seemed deserted. So far, she hadn’t met anyone, and all the offices she’d passed were empty. Emily was certain there must be at least one other person in the building, besides herself, since it was open to the public. She was almost to the front desk when suddenly a uniformed police officer came around the corner and nearly bumped into her.

He grabbed her shoulders. “I’m sorry,” they said in unison. Emily giggled and felt her face turn red.

The young officer grinned. “What can I do for you?”

“Are you Phil Clayton?”

His smile widened. “No, sorry. He just left on patrol. He’ll be checking in soon, if you’d like to wait.”

Emily shook her head. “I can’t. I don’t have time. I’m not sure if you can help me, but I’m looking for the old Franklin place. I believe its somewhere on Jessup Road.”

His eyes narrowed slightly as if assessing her, and appeared to be wondering why she wanted to know, but then he smiled. “What’s your name?”

She relaxed and smiled too. “Emily Preston.”

“Well, Emily, did you come in off the Interstate?”

She nodded.

“You’ll need to turn left when you leave here like you were going back to the Interstate, but when you get to the stoplight turn right onto First Street. The street winds around a bit, but you'll want to stay on it and head north until it ends and the old highway begins. Follow the highway about three miles and it’s the first through road you’ll find heading east. Turn there, onto Jessup Road, and the old Franklin place is about five miles along on the south side.” He frowned and examined her face. “Would you mind telling me why you want to know?”

Emily smiled. “Someone I need to see just moved here and since I was in the area, I thought I’d surprise him.”

The officer crossed his arms over his chest. “What a coincidence, I was just talking to Brad this morning. You know that old place of his has been abandoned for a long time? You should wait until he has it fixed up.”

“Yes, I know. My GPS says it doesn’t exist, but I don’t mind if it’s messy. I won’t be staying. I have a room at the Interstate Inn for tonight and I’ll be leaving tomorrow morning. But thank you, you’ve been very helpful.” Emily turned to leave.

“You’re welcome.” He moved toward his desk, but stopped. “It was nice meeting you, Emily. My name’s Mark Price. If you’re going to be around later, maybe we could have dinner.”

Emily tried not to appear surprised he was flirting with her. “Sorry, officer, but I’m engaged.”

He shrugged. “I thought it was worth a shot.” He suddenly looked very serious. “You be careful, okay.”

“I will. Thanks.” Mark appeared as though he wanted to say something more and for a second, Emily thought he was going to warn her not to go alone, but he must have decided against it and merely sat down at his desk and picked up some papers.

Emily turned to hurry out the backdoor—before he changed his mind—and then she walked into a ghost.






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