Seattle, WA, November 15, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- A retired shaman is contacted by the NSA to find out who's coercing politicians into passing bills that they have fought up until now. Dan Johnston: The NSA pulls Dan Johnston out of a comfortable, but boring, retirement to help them with a very unusual case where they believe politicians are being swayed through the internet and the use of totem animals. Dan has known for years that it's a strange world, but he's not exactly a technical geek, and has little knowledge of what it is the NSA wants him to do. As a shaman, he's used to going to other worlds, but not a machine world. So, he does what he knows how to do, he enters through the people being affected. Jason Johnston: To make matters worse, his son, Jason, just returned from shaman training, which wasn't going well at all for him--something about a giant snake. So, he wants his dad to train him. But this might not be the right time, since people are being shot at already. And, Dan's not sure how to work with the son he hasn't seen in a while. Jeremy Scroggins: The NSA agent in charge isn't easy to discourage. He's read Dan's file and knows what Dan did at one time for the CIA. You can't escape your past that easily. Besides, someone has to push the project forward, and Jeremy is the right man for the job.
“'The NSA Files' is a culmination of my electronics background mixed with my interest in shamanism and dream journeying. I wanted to combine things I was interested in, and this is the result. I thoroughly loved writing this book, and explore some of the journeys in the physical realm, as they say. What fun this was for me, and I hope it's just as much fun for you,” says Terry Persun.
"The NSA Files" is available in both print and ebook format.
The NSA Files
Author: Terry Persun
Series: a Dan Johnston, Shaman Detective novel
Published: June 2013
Genre: Suspense, Espionage
About The Author:
Terry Persun is a Five-Time Award-Winning novelist, an Amazon bestseller, and a Pushcart nominee. His short stories and poetry have been widely published, and his historical novel, "Sweet Song" won the 2012 IPPY Award. His novel "Wolf's Rite" was a ForeWord magazine Book of the Year finalist. Terry has been writing professionally for over thirty years, and continues to publish in small and university magazines across the country. He writes in other genres including mainstream fiction, historical fiction, science fiction/fantasy, suspense, crime/detective, and poetry.
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