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A psychic searches for a missing elderly man in the chilling mystery, Judged by Their Deeds by Ian Coubrough. Akira is a renowned author known for helping the FBI recover kidnapped victims. When a ninety-one-year-old Jewish Holocaust survivor disappears, the man's son requests Akira's help in finding him. When Akira arrives, she can sense the abducted man's energy and realizes that he is still alive. However, the police investigator in charge disagrees with her analysis of the situation and blocks Akira at every turn. He is convinced the man is dead and is dragging the nearby lake. To make matters worse, Akira is being haunted by horrifying visions of abominable experiments being carried out on a young child. With time running out for the victim, Akira struggles to convince the police detective to change his search. Will she succeed? How do her visions tie in with the case?
Judged by Their Deeds by Ian Coubrough is a haunting and suspenseful novel exposing war crimes. This extraordinary story spans seventy-plus years and two eras of history. It is filled with intrigue, conflict, romance, the paranormal, and some really evil villains. These elements are cleverly combined, creating a riveting plot filled with action and suspense. Some of the horrors of the Holocaust are one of the threads within the plotline and the foundation upon which the story is built. Integrated within the subplot are a treasonous psychopath, an overwrought sociopath, and a highly skilled psychic. Together they forge an exciting story arc. The skillfully woven storyline flows smoothly between nineteen-forties concentration camp atrocities and present-day situations, blending together an intense and thrilling plot. This novel is certain to thrill readers that enjoy the paranormal and WWII stories.