Fire In The Mind

Fire In The Mind

by Arjay Lewis

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BN ID: 2940158621093
Publisher: Arjay Entertainment, Inc.
Publication date: 09/12/2017
Series: In The Mind , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 368
Sales rank: 8,274
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

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.
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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Fire In The Mind 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Mr. Lewis shows great talent in writing an adventure that is both fast paced and exciting!
CozyFan2014 More than 1 year ago
Well-written, fast-paced, and not too gruesome. This is a story about a parapsychologist with certain telepathic abilities and well-defined ability to sense danger. He has come to a NJ town to visit a friend and his wife, and to deliver a lecture on parapsychology at the college where his friend is an associate dean. He is still grieving the death of his wife, which itself has elements of the paranormal connected to it. He soon finds himself assisting a local cop's investigation into arson. He discovers that telekinesis is involved - in other words, it is the work of a "fire starter". He has some trouble convincing the cop of this, but soon he's able to convince him and the case unfolds quickly. I recommend this book. It's not hokey, as so many "paranormal mysteries" tend to be, nor does it push any particular philosophy of life (thankfully!). I liked it so much that I bought the next book in the series,