Spiritual Truth & Life Journeys: Biography of Don Kemp

At 35 years old a normal midwestern man, barely literate, who grew up bouncing between two families, enduring poverty, rough farm life, grueling army experiences, and challenging medical ordeals, discovers he can talk with a dead Indian girl. Police detectives, politicians, corporate moguls, sports figures, socialites and celebrities consult with him, making him the most popular medium in Indiana. More

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About Jeff Roby

Trained as a journalist, he has worked in newspaper, magazine and television news environments, interspersed with careers in advertising, promotions, retail, entertainment and project management. In community theatre he sits on the board of a not-for-profit stage, along with being a contracted set builder, and occasional designer, actor and promoter (along with having written a few scripts and thinking about some future ones). As a hoosier, was influenced by Vonnegut, Porter and Tarkington; thoroughly enjoys the "Toms" (Robbins, Wolfe & Tryon); and has consumed Barth, Irving, Rice, Capote, Crisp, Gallico and Fitzgerald; yet remains fascinated by the brief John Kennedy Toole. Goal: to retire from everything except writing and traveling.

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