Stroke of Innocence! (Denny Ryder Paranormal Crime Series, #4) by Deborah A. Bowman

I am so happy to see this review on the fourth novella in my Denny Ryder Paranormal Crime Series from, especially the comments on how my fictional stories can help our children, all children globally, not become missing victims.

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denny_ryder_4The author sent me a copy of this book (mobi format) in exchange for an honest review.

My rating:  ⭐⭐⭐⭐

(by Amazon)

Where are the children hidden? Psychopathic serial killer Benjamin Russo is on-the-run. He sends Detective Ted Collins a handwritten greeting, smeared with blood, in an attempt to send the police and FBI on a wild goose chase. Little does he know the truth will be revealed from the prophetic dreams of Denny Ryder and five-year-old Clarissa, who almost succumbed to death for the experimental program of a mad genius. But the messages and communications don’t stop there! Will Russo be taken into custody and stop the killing of innocent, young children or will the Stroke of Innocence be shattered?

Genre(s): Paranormal & Urban, Psychics, Crime, Serial Killers, Kidnapping
Series: Denny Ryder Paranormal Crime Series, #4
Length: 61 pages
Release date: 2015-06-13



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Stroke of Midnight! (Denny Ryder Paranormal Crime Series, #2) by Deborah A. Bowman

I was so pleased to receive this review from Karen of Rosie’s Book Review Team. Please check out her blog. You’ll be glad you did! I am an avid follower.

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The author sent me a copy of this book (mobi format) in exchange for an honest review.

My rating:  ⭐⭐⭐⭐

(by Goodreads)

This stand-alone novella in the Denny Ryder Paranormal Crime Series is the second of 12 novellas. Denise “Denny” Ryder became embroiled in a missing child case in STROKE OF FEAR! Her sixth sense led police to the seven-year-old boy and identified his alleged kidnapper, a psychopathic serial killer that feeds on the blood of innocent children. The astral projection Denny experienced brings her to her darkest hour as STROKE OF MIDNIGHT! begins, revealing the story Denny just couldn’t face initially.
Detective Ted Collins is now facing an identical M.O., involving a five-year-old little girl, Clarissa. He desperately needs Denny’s help, but Denny is struggling for her life as…

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The Ancient Battle

The red beating of the heart and soul

Amidst the green, green meadows

Brings the warriors to battle–strong, determined, whole

Lurking in the early morn as mere hints of living shadows

Whispers of unheard footsteps gliding o’er wet fields of dew

Startled breaths gasped in hollowed throats

Then soldiers’ war cries on the clearing air flew

Scrambling from long-ships and skimming wee boats

Approach the shores of doom

The aftermath a blazing fire in the sun rays hiding the gloom


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Young Minds Get Lost in the Thrill of Discovery

Picture of Girl Reading

I remember the first books I read as a young child

I became a part of the beauty of words and magic of far off places for a while

I lived in castles with roaring fires in winter months, warm and cozy

I ran through lush, green meadows in summer, my cheeks rosy

I wore long frocks made of silks and satins

I held up my skirts and petticoats while crossing crisp, cool rapids

I used to think I had been born in the wrong century

I knew I would return to the medieval times eventually

For that is where I belonged

Was I wrong?

No, not really–we can go anywhere and experience anything

Our imagination is the strongest part of our mind

And we can live in any place and time

Just by opening a book or tapping the screen of our tablet

The happiness and wisdom of a child is within us; Let’s Go!





9/11–We Lost the Battle, but isn’t the war of terrorism still thriving?

9/11 by Deborah A. Bowman

15 years from that which Americans have never recovered

Friends, family members, co-workers, neighbors … all beloved

Gone in the blink of an eye in a blasting inferno of fire

We lost the battle that day when we didn’t even know we were at war

But has it changed so very much?

Terrorists bringing death, destruction, and such

All around the world, in their hidden camps, glorified

Trying to totally erase a specific ethnicity … genocide

Acts of horror, devastation, blood and gore

And oft’times, they didn’t even know they were at war

Even within our sacred borders …

We don’t even know that we are at war.

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