Indie Author Spotlight: ‘The Phoenix Mission’ by L. Sydney Fisher

WOW, Ryan! What a fantastic article on The Phoenix Mission. You nailed it. You brought the story and my work to life with an unprecedented professionalism in book reviews. And I appreciate you. The Phoenix Mission involved an incredible amount of research which I thoroughly enjoyed, but the process was exhausting at times. Thanks again! ~ L. Sydney Fisher

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The wonderful L. Sydney Fisher is definitely an author to watch closely moving forward!

The best thriller authors usually start with a partial truth, then turn their imaginations loose as a way to create the rest of the story. That’s exactly what L. Sydney Fisher has done here, and she’s done it masterfully.

Fisher begins her latest action-packed thriller by detailing a secret program that took place primarily in the 1990s, when the United States army trained special agents thought to have supernatural abilities. Believe it or not, the program, named Stargate, was real.

Not much is known for sure about the real Stargate program, except that it was designed to investigate the potential benefits of using psychics in a military setting. It’s believed to have been established in 1978, and was terminated in 1995 when the CIA deemed the project a failure – claiming it wasn’t useful in any…

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