Fire In The Mind
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A short introduction
Leonard "Len" Wise, PhD, tall, attractive and twenty-nine is lost and aimless in a world he once shared with his deceased fiancÃ©e, Cathy. Her death, his telepathic abilities, a fused knee and stifling guilt are Len's legacy from the car accident where he had been driving.rnLen has immersed himself in the study of parapsychology to master his strange abilities. He also spent years drowning himself in alcohol. Now, one year sober and one month after securing his PhD, Len has been asked to return to his alma mater, Garden State University, to give a lecture.rnAttending the speech is Detective Bill McGee of the Mountainview police department. He wants Len to help investigate a case of apparent human combustion"”or was it murder?rnThis puts Len in search of a mysterious adversary who possesses a talent for pyrokinesis, the ability to manipulate fire. The pursuit of the arsonist/murderer becomes very personal when the killer kidnaps Jenny, who reminds Len of the long-gone Cathy.rnCan Len rescue his friend and stop the egomaniac who can create fire in the mind?
Author: Arjay Lewis
Arjay Lewis, also known as R.J. Lewis, is an award-winning author of novels and screenplays. His stories have been included in the anthology THE ULTIMATE HALLOWEEN, and have appeared in H.P. LOVECRAFT MAGAZINE OF HORROR and WEIRD TALES. He is also represented by stories in SHERLOCK HOLMES MAGAZINE, including the Siger Holmes adventure series to be published in 2017.rn His screenplay for DUMMY (co-written with Pamela Wess) won First Place in the Garden State Film Festival for 2017 and 4th place in the 2016 85th Annual Writer's Digest Competition for Screenplay/Television.
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