"Even dyed-in-the-wool skeptics will enjoy this intriguing and often spooky exploration of George Noory's extraordinary world. Worker in the Light helps explain why Coast to Coast AM is one of the most popular radio shows in history."-- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Vanish
"From a chilling and chaotic on-air confrontation with a Ouija Board through a series of personal encounters with the unknown ranging from an out-of-body experience as a child to a terrifying discovery about Voodoo, Coast to Coast AM's mesmerizing host George Noory absolutely riveted me. What a life! I envy him these great adventures at the edge of reality...and a little farther beyond than most of us would dare to go. George is a very warm guy who has seen and done some very scary things. Late at night you can get a thrill by listening to George on the radio--and then, when it's really late, you can pick up his book...if you dare."---Whitley Strieber, New York Times bestselling author The Grays
"The ultimate primer for all those who believe there is more to life than simply death and taxes, written by a man who has made a career of bringing to light the world's experts with the rest of us who seek to be informed. Easy to follow, fascinating in its revelations, Worker in the Light is simply a must-read."
--Steve Alten, New York Times bestselling author of MEG and The Loch
About the Author
George R. Noory is the host of America's top overnight radio show, Coast to Coast AM, which is broadcast over 500 radio stations as well as streamed over the Internet to over 10 million people a night. He was born in Detroit and now resides in St. Louis and Los Angeles. A three-time Emmy Award winning producer, Noory also spent nine years in the United States Naval reserve as an officer being awarded the distinguished Navy Achievement Award.
William J. Birnes is the New York Times bestselling co-author of The Day After Roswell with Lt. Col. Philip J. Corso. Birnes is the publisher of UFO Magazine and Filament Electronic Books and was the editor of the UFO Encyclopedia and the McGraw-Hill Personal Computer Programming Encyclopedia. Birnes lives in Los Angeles and New York with his wife, novelist and editor, Nancy Hayfield.