Available on Amazon in the Kindle Store.  Look for Both Book One and Book Two


My novel tells of woman’s search for safety and the family she found in Destiny.

One fateful night changed Angie’s life. She found love, but she also found danger. Nothing about her life was the same after that night. Instead of the boredom of her old life, she found the courage to make a new life. Now
that she had found the man she loves, she would have to leave him behind.

To avoid endangering her son, Angie is forced to flee to Northern Michigan to a new family and new friends, but most importantly to a place where for the first time she feels she belongs, Destiny. Angie finds herself at the center of an ever-growing family, a family that is drawn together by their common need for love and support. Her strength comes from how much they depend upon her, but mostly because she feels needed and loved. But, until the day her true love comes home, she will not truly feel safe. Vicki Long’s novel reveals the true meaning of family.

Psychic Psychiatrist Pursues Homeless

Hacker New mystery novels tell of woman’s ability to discover secrets through drawing

When psychiatrist Janet Leigh picks up a pencil and paper to create a drawing, she finds insight into people’s lives, both in the past and future. In Vicki Long’s book, Deadly Perception, Janet’s gift helps her make some new friends and leads her into a strange mystery that she must help solve in order to save the lives of her homeless friends.

Janet, new to New York, decides one warm spring day to eat lunch in Riverside Park, and she begins going there almost every day to draw. As she draws the likeness of people in the park, she starts to see into their lives and learn about them. This gift draws her into the complex lives of many of the homeless people that frequent the park. Through her ability to see into their lives, she is able to help a few. Although she meets resistance from some, she is fueled by the desire to help others.

When some of her new homeless friends are found stabbed to death, Janet teams up with a handsome detective, Sam Warren, and the two work together to find the killer before anyone else is harmed.

Forgotten Island


At some point, he must have dozed off, but woke with a start. A pregnant lady with a little boy was spreading out a blanket where Abbie had been. Sitting up, he could see her walking towards the boardwalk that went to the street. Jumping up, he grabbed his pack, towels, and shoes and ran to catch up, shoving things into his pack as he walked. Once he was on the boardwalk, Justin’s eyes searched for her and saw her crossing the street towards a blue compact car.

“Abbie! Abbie!” He called out as he ran across the street without even looking for traffic. At midday, beach-going tourists and locals were coming and going. Horns blared. Brakes screeched. Justin looked back at a black SUV that had to stop suddenly to miss him. Still running, he did not see the red convertible speeding towards him. Its driver was busy chatting on her cell phone. Finally seeing him, she screamed and hit the brakes. As the car struck him, Justin was thrown on to the street. Fortunately, his backpack kept his head from hitting the pavement. His right leg was not so lucky.

“Are you crazy?” Abbie came running. “Are you trying to kill yourself?” Justin sat up and started to stand, but felt a flash of pain when he tried get up. A policeman ran up to them. “Let’s get you out of the road. Can you walk?”

“I think my leg is broken.” Justin said as he tried to stand.

“We need help. Jerry?” He motioned for someone he knew to help. “Let’s get his shoulders and make a chair with our arms. Miss, can you support his leg?”

“Put him in my car. I’ll take him to the hospital.” Abbie suggested. “Where is the closest hospital?”