A Ghost Walker’s Love Story by Liza O’Connor and Meet the Author

Here we are! The next book by Liza!

The story is A Ghost Walker’s Love Story by Liza O’Connor, a Paranormal romantic suspense.

Alice is a ghost walker: an ordinary person capable of separating her soul from her body. Unlike her fellow ghost walkers, she uses her ability trying to protect the world from terrorists and madmen. Finding an FBI agent that she trusts, she supplies the information needed to stop several atrocities from occurring.
She believes she is safe from discovery. However, agent Jack Callaghan finds her with clever sleuthing and romances her with pure intent. Unfortunately, their unexpected union brings wrath down upon them from all sides. Her fellow ghost walkers believe she has betrayed their code of secrecy; the director and fellow agents question Jack’s commitment to the agency, and want Alice brought in so they can discover how she disappears at will. In this maelstrom of betrayals, Alice uncovers the truth about the three men who claim to love her and discovers which one holds true.


A Ghost of Vengeance

“Harry, get this fruitcake out of here!”

Alice would not back down. “No, look at the cord coming from his pants. It’s the igniter! The explosives are right there!”

Although she sounded insane, Mohammed could not take the risk they might believe her. He reached for the cord, but his right hand no longer worked. He could not get the cord tangled sufficiently in his limp fingers before the man named Harry grabbed hold of his arm and moved it away from the cord. He then placed his hand on Mohammed’s fat belly and cursed.

Mohammed cursed in return as they yanked down his pants and traced the cord to where it entered his false belly.

“I want this entire area, evacuated,” the man in charge yelled.

Mohammed felt a pinch on his arm and soon his body grew heavy. He focused in on the girl and cursed her family for generations of misery. As if his words had new magic, she disappeared. Right before his eyes, she faded into nothing.

Mohammed frowned. Her knowledge of what she could not know, and her strength that she could not possess, suddenly made sense to him. She was not a girl at all. That was a powerful evil spirit in the guise of a girl; an evil spirit that knew of his liking for young blondes; a spirit that had aligned itself against Allah and the faithful.

She was a ghost of vengeance.

Chatting with the Author

Liza O’Connor lives in Denville, NJ with her dog Jess. They hike in fabulous woods every day, rain or shine, sleet or snow. Having an adventurous nature, she learned to fly small Cessnas in NJ, hang-glide in New Zealand, kayak in Pennsylvania, ski in New York, scuba dive with great white sharks in Australia, dig up dinosaur bones in Montana, sky dive in Indiana, and raft a class four river in Tasmania. She’s an avid gardener, amateur photographer, and dabbler in watercolors and graphic arts. Yet through her entire life, her first love has and always will be writing novels.

I asked Liza why do Ghost walkers need rules, and this is what she told me. 

The original East Coast Ghost Walkers were getting into all sorts of trouble. Not only did they have no fear of crows eating their souls, they honestly thought themselves invincible. They would leave their body, pull together sufficiently molecules to create the appearance of a body and rob a bank. As long as the robbery amount weighed less than 5 pounds, they could carry off the money. However, if the Security guy tried to shoot them, they would disappear, but the bag wouldn’t disappear, which would raise all sorts of questions. So Rule # 1 was No Vanishing from sight if you are holding something in your hand such as a cellphone, weapon, or bank bag.

However, due to one Ghost Walker who wore the image of Sean Connery and his constant robbery sprees, the head Ghost Walker had to forbid all bank robberies and thefts. 

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