Rita Rogers's first-hand accounts o

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In this book Rita talks about what it means to be psychic, where her gift comes from and how she uses her powers to help others, with the emphasis is on the supernatural and paranormal. Rita examines subjects such as seances, Tarot, 'ghosts', premonitions, curses, hauntings and possessions. Mysteries also details the numerous trails that Rita has followed in her life as a medium. This involves her work with the police and army, the murders she has helped families solve, and the missing people (dead or alive) she has located. She also talks about helping people find wills, money, objects and how she has diagnosed illness. Following Rita's extraordinary career, and reading her astonishing stories, the 'other' world no longer feels quite so far away.

About Natasha Garnett

Natasha Garnett is an author and journalist based in London. Having started her journalistic career on The Telegraph she then went freelance, writing features, interviews and social comment pieces for broad selection of publications including; The Spectator, The Sunday Times, The Evening Standard, The Mail, Vogue, Tatler, and The Art Review, where she acted as a contributing editor. She has ghost written over ten books including the actress Danniella Westbrook's memoir The Other Side of Nowhere, which became a number one bestseller when it was published in 2006, Jason Donovan's Between the Lines, Pearl Lowe's All That Glitters: Living On the Dark Side of Rock and Roll and Mysteries: Rita Rogers's First Hand Accounts. She has worked on a treatment for a film on the life of Martha Gellhorn, which is in production, and is currently writing her first novel.

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