Fire In The Mind

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Parapsychologist Leonard “Len” Wise is lost and aimless in a world he once shared with his deceased fiancée. Detective Bill McGee asks Len to help investigate a case of spontaneous human combustion—or was it murder?
Does Len possess the strength to stop the egomaniac who can create fire in the mind? More
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Arjay Lewis (aka R.J. Lewis) is a professional actor, magician, and writer. "I have been writing since the 1990's and as a professional performer my reason to write is to entertain. I produce the type of books I like to read. Murder mysteries, strange and unusual tales of unnatural gifts and odd happenings with a touch of magic."

DOUBLE WINNER at the 2018 National Indie Excellence Awards for BOTH The Muse and The Wizards of Central Park West.
WINNER Urban Fantasy Category at the 2018 Independent Press Awards for The Wizards of Central Park West
GOLD MEDAL WINNER Horror Category 2018 eLit Awards for The Muse
WINNER Horror Category 2017 NYC Big Book Award for The Muse
WINNER Horror Category 2017 Beverly Hills Book Awards for The Muse
Recognized by the 2017 North Street Book Prize for Fire In The Mind

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Fire In The Mind
Seven years ago, Leonard Wise had a terrifying vision. The resulting car crash crippled his leg and killed his fiancee.


christine spawton reviewed on on Oct. 9, 2017

This is a 'can't put it down ' book, so be warned!
Well written, only saw one typo, story line travels along at the speed of light.
I was really disappointed when the book came to its end.
I thoroughly enjoyed this story which had a begging, middle and end, which is becoming a rarity these days.
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James Hold reviewed on on Sep. 16, 2017

I enjoyed this book, my only complaint being it is in EPUB format while my eyes work better with PDF. Altho it did not strike me as particularly original, the material was handled with skill and freshness. It would make an interesting movie. I appreciate the aptness of the title, being about telekinesis and human combustion. Interesting characters make for a rewarding reading experience.
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Iva S. Christensen reviewed on on Sep. 13, 2017

Once I started reading Lewis's first of hopefully many books, I simply could not put it down. His storytelling and writing is interesting, fun and descriptive but not showy or cheesy. I look forward to all future releases by Arjay Lewis.
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