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Inside the Mind of Martin Mueller

Inside the Mind of Martin Mueller

by EA Luetkemeyer
Inside the Mind of Martin Mueller

Inside the Mind of Martin Mueller

by EA Luetkemeyer

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A DAZZLING DEBUT NOVEL, Inside The Mind of Martin Mueller tells the story of a man of wealth and taste whose mission in life is no less than to "reassemble the scattered shards of the shattered Over-soul of mankind." He believes the penitentiary he's an inmate of is in the basement of his country estate. Daily he discards the fine clothes of a retired billionaire and dons the blue denim of a prisoner and takes an elevator down to his cell where he toils obsessively at his masterpiece, a manuscript which when completed will alter the course of the evolution of humanity and earn him a high place among his brethren-to-be, the Illuminati. Is he delusional? Which is real—the mansion or the cell block or both? Inside The Mind of Martin Muller is a Rorschach inkblot test of a twisted tale: what you see is what you get.

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ISBN-13: 9781543950410
Publisher: BookBaby
Publication date: 10/31/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 150
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

MR LUETKEMEYER'S short fiction has appeared in Sou'wester, Opium Magazine, Del Sol Review, Commonthought, Perversion Magazine, and The Ilanot Review. He is the author of the memoir The Book of Chuck: A Memorial Compilation of Poetry and Prose. He was awarded an MFA in Creative writing from Lesley University, Cambridge, MA, in 2015. He has been a martial artist, a long distance runner, an outlaw, a fugitive, a husband and father and sometimes a fool. In the eighties, he spent four years in a state penitentiary for possession of marijuana, an experience he embraces and which informs much of his work and his worldview. He lives and writes between the San Francisco Bay Area and Southern Oregon and favors the trite but true adage that bad roads lead to good stories.

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