Half a Mind

Rated 4.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Imagine two separate minds existing in one body from even before birth. What trials and troubles would such a dual intellect in a single body go through as an infant, as a pre-schooler, in high school?
Imagine what might happen if such a person were to appear in criminal court.
Now, suppose the charge was murder? More
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About David Howells

Doctor of Chiropractic since 11/1984.
Former Chief of Nuclear Medicine, Lutheran Medical Center, St. Louis, MO.
Volunteer EMT, Hurley Fire and Rescue Squad, Hurley NY.
Folk musician, volunteer soundman for the Hudson Valley Folk Guild.
Kiwanis Club of Kingston.
Society for Creative Anachronism fighter, archer, and chirurgeon.
Greetings and welcome to my website. Thanks for stopping by. I welcome you to download VANESSA with my complements and see if you like the style. I'm told by readers the first two chapters are a slow acceleration (others say 'no problem') and then it takes off from there as a great page turner. Each of the four sequels had good reviews on first released a few years back, so I hope you'll try those as well. Time Snap and Hell Rise were more recent efforts I hope you'll like. The short stories have been a lot of fun to write, and are getting good response levels. Thank you all so very much! Long and merry life, best of health,
David L Howells

PS: I've done my best to filter out errors in the copy, but if you see one on any of the works, please notify me at twosword at earthlink dot net? I'd appreciate it (just include a three word sequence and which title, and I'll fix it with a search and correct).

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Review by: James Jenkins on Dec. 22, 2015 :
I read 20% before putting this down. It read like a science text book and failed to get my attention.
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Review by: Annemarie Watson on July 16, 2013 :
This is a great story. The concept is intriguing and the writing is very well done. Strong characters, interesting.
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Review by: D J Christian on June 23, 2013 :
Fascinating premise. Surprising ending. Very quick read.
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