Flower power ignites into fire power when a lonely young woman entangles herself in a treacherous plot and murder during the Summer of Love. Partly to blame for her young son's death and abandoned by her husband, Liz MacKay leaves Scotland in disgrace hoping for a second chance at love. Arriving in San Francisco Liz declares all she wants is a "jolly good time" amongst the free love, groovy people. Instead, she is unwittingly drawn into the dark underbelly of secrets, violence and addiction when she meets a a callous drug-dealer in a commune and becomes involved in a plot to bring down the Black Panthers. Her unlikely friendship with one of her commune members, Black Panther, Toni, leads Liz to redemption for her shameful past. This vividly recounted story of betrayal, drugs, violence, and murder takes place during an unforgettable historical time and place in the 1967. Set in mostly
"City of Redemption" is yet another solidly honed story by celebrated author June Ahern who writes with such interest and vigor that the reader feels as if they've traveled back in time with her. She captures the moment and characters of a unique era in compelling storyline and plot. Interested in San Francisco in the 1960s? June Ahern will take you there. - Fiction Master, Amazon Review.
NON-FICTION: Paranormal: e. Soon to become a movie. Now an AudoBook. Amazon & ACX.
A brilliantly written, factual account based on a lifetime of metaphysical research, experiences, and spirit communication. There is definitely something in it for everyone. – Nicola Neal, Spiritualist Medium, www.nicolaneal.com
How dead are the "dead" if we can talk to them? While skeptics deny spirit communication can happen, the public is eager to know more about the subject. This book addresses a sensitive and often controversial topic with informative and practical examples on how to effectively explore the possibilities of communicating with the dead in safe and healing ways. June shares some of her most memorable experiences - ghostly encounters and hauntings of murdered victims; she answers questions from the curious living; tells how to conduct a séance, take safe ghost hunts, and avoid vampire entities. Test your psychic abilities with her ESP Quiz. By the end of the book you will decide if you want to communicate with the dead or leave well enough alon
Talking to the dead appears easy for June Ahern, as seen in her paranormal ghost investigation Youtube videos on The Haunted Bay. She tells readers that it’s easy as talking to living people. But at times it can be scary and uncomfortable.interesting. - Reviewer, Amazon.
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NON-FICTION: Parapsychology: We could all benefit through the information Ms. Ahern shares with us. This book is a must read before you schedule your psychic reading! - Rusty, mother of Rocky, whose story was portrayed in the movie, "Mask"
"This book is a complete consumer's guide to receiving the most from a psychic reading and protecting yourself from scammer readers. June Ahern's first book was the number one best seller of an unknown author at New York's Whole Life Expo, 1990. You'll learn how psychic readings give great insights to understanding yourself to help you in making positive life decisions.
You'll learn how to choose the psychic right for your interests; avoid unethical ones; ask the right questions to get the most information and how to use the information after for successful future choices. June's ESP Quiz at the end will reveal your own psychic abilities. eBook only at this time.
NOVEL: Not since author Amy Tan's early writings has a woman's voice so strongly resonated from one of San Francisco's most famous neighborhoods. Ahern's powerful coming of age tale is a must read for anyone interested in the drama and complexities of what it might be like growing up psychic. - Jim Toland, Author of "Fire and Fog"
The MacDonalds emigrate from Scotland after a family tragedy but cannot escape the youngest child's strange insights to the mother's dark secret nor the father's dominance over his four daughters, whose hilarious tactics divert his wrath as they come of age during San Francisco's colorful 1960s. A Mother Daughter story. A mystery to be solved by the youngest, June as she's drawn into the world of mysticism. June must help the family heal by exposing her mother's secrets left in the highlands of Scotland.
A story of acceptance and reconciliation it reaches over three generations of the challenges a family encounters as it changes over the years. Read about the nuances of one of San Francisco's well-known neighborhood, the Castro, and how it's changed over the years from 1950s and '60s.