One of my favorite summer leisure activities is sitting in the sun with a good mystery book, so in honor of the Fourth of July holiday weekend I thought I’d suggest a few of my fiction favorites in which intuition plays a key role in the storyline or plot.
—Victoria Laurie’s Psychic Eye Series: These books, in which the main character Abby Cooper uses her intuition to help her solve mysteries, are fun, easy reads. The storylines are enough to satisfy any mystery fan. Plus, Laurie provides a lot of insight into the way intuition works. If you’re interested in strengthening your own intuition, these books can serve double-duty.
—Kay Hooper’s Bishop/Special Crimes Unit series: Imagine if the FBI had a unit made up of intuitive special agents who used their intuition to catch serial killers and other criminals. That’s the world Hooper has created, giving suspense fans a realistic dose of the paranormal.
—James Redfield’s The Celestine Prophecy: This is more of an adventure story with an underlying mystery, and it’s one of my favorite books of all time. It marks the story of a man on an adventure in which he learns to live intuitively as he discovers nine insights into the meaning of life. However, the man finds that there are those who would do anything to keep the world from discovering those insights and that’s where the story gets interesting.
Intuitive Action Item: I’ll be periodically adding fiction and non-fiction books that deal with intuition on this site. If you have any favorites you think I should suggest, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Happy reading!