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Book details
  • Genre:BODY, MIND & SPIRIT
  • SubGenre:General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:248
  • eBook ISBN:9780976153528

Talk to Me

What the Dead Whisper in Your Ear

by Allison DuBois

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Overview
Allison DuBois, the inspiration for the TV series "Medium", shares in her own words how she communicates with the dead. She illustrates what she has learned with stories of readings that she has done for people who have lost loved ones. The person being read also shares their perspective in their own words. DuBois and her daughters provide advice for children with the gift.
Description
Allison DuBois, the inspiration for the TV series "Medium", shares in her own words the stories of the spirits she talks to. The book begins with her describing how she communicates with the dead and how you can communicate with them too. She illustrates what she has learned with stories of readings that she has done for people who have lost loved ones. The person being read also shares their perspective in their own words. These stories cover loss ranging from spouses, children, murder victims and soldiers. DuBois also includes stories from her own life where she has lost loved ones and how it impacts her life. DuBois and her daughters provide advice for children with the gift and advice for anyone with the gift by describing what to look for and how to cope. This book finishes with an update on Allison's family and similarities and differences the TV family and what they are doing now that filming is over.
About the author
Allison DuBois is the inspiration for the hit TV series Medium. She began her career as an intern with the District Attorney's Office. While sorting crime scene photo's she realized that she knew much more about the crimes than the photo's revealed. This began her career as a medium. Her abilities were tested and documented found to be profound by University researchers in Arizona. From her beginnings working criminal cases she also began private readings, public seminars and writing books. Allison has conducted thousands of personal readings. In those readings she helps to ease the pain that people carry from the effect of losing a loved one. Allison donates her time to missing/murdered persons, criminal cases and in jury selection for for agencies across the country and internationally on investigations. Each of these is a means for her to give back to the world for being so blessed. Through her writing, Allison continues to share her life story and the compelling stories of the people she meets. She writes a weekly column for New Idea, an Australian woman's magazine, and has ranked on the NY Times bestseller list three times. She released her fourth book, Talk to Me, in June 2011. Allison lives in Arizona with her husband and three daughters.
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