Stones Skipping on Water by Richard Taylor
Approx. 80,010 words.
Published on July 4, 2010.
A drug to see past lives. Lust, love, envy and murder in a mind-state of total recall.
John Kincaide has developed a memory enhancement drug. Having overdosed on it, his chief chemist says it’s made him see past lives. In one of those lives Kincaide killed him and his lover who has since reincarnated and is now involved in a torrid romance with Kincaide. He wants her back, and Kincaide dead.