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Psychic Sisters: Radicci Sisters Mystery

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From the author of the Miki Radicci and Blunt Force Kharma series, comes the first book in a new series that also continues one.

Miki and Prudence Radicci. Sisters. One, an adult artist. One, a nonverbal autistic teen. Both with a psychic ability. Both that trouble keeps following.

Life is different now for Miki Radicci. Her long lost sister Prudence lives with her so sh
Kindle Edition, 163 pages
Published December 20th 2019 by trash books
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This is one of those authors that I just happen to love the stories he brings. Anything to do with Radicci Sisters, I know, will be good. I will say that I was surprised that this book was a few different stories that had both of the sisters involved and not just one big mystery to solve. I really liked that we got to see Prudence and what she can do. I feel like Miki is doing a great job with raising her the best that she can, and we see her grow as a person. The author did a great job describi ...more
Jun 12, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Thoroughly enjoyed this one, felt for both of the sisters and their bond.

The first in a new series for M. E. Purfield, but a series that carries on a previous one, Psychic Sisters follows young artist Miki and her autistic sister Prudence as they try to navigate their new lives and not get on each others nerves. Their unique psychic abilities lead them to situations that test their bond.

Being autistic himself, it is no surprise that the character of Prudence is an accurate and sympathetic repre
N.E. McMorran
Sep 02, 2020 rated it really liked it
M.E. Purfield’s Psychic Sisters, as the title suggests, features psychic sisters: non-verbal, autistic teen Prudence and her protective older sister/carer/artist Miki.

I really enjoyed reading this book of five short stories. As an autistic person, and having been my sister's carer too, I connected on many levels.

Purfield uses multiple points of view and frequently switches between settings, and there is a lack of punctuation in places, which at first I found jarring but I soon got into these coo
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M.E. Purfield is the author of the long running and highly rated Miki Radicci series and the sci-noir Blunt Force Kharma series. He has had short stories in Broken Pencil, Unwinnable Magazine, and Norwegian American Weekly. He lives in Jersey City, NJ but you can always find him at

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