Evan After by Michael C. Grumley, 179 pages (Kindle Books). After Even Nash’s accident, he had experiences. What he had were not hallucinations, or illusions or even visions in the usual psychic sense, but gut wrenching experiences that caused serious physical effects. As a result of those experiences, he could sense things no one else could sense.
His psychologist, Dr. Shannon Mayer, while working to help Evan understand his experiences, fought to overcome her own demons left over by the disappearance of her daughter. IfEvan could help her and her husband, LAPD Detective, Dennis Mayer locate their missing daughter, it would not only give him a better chance to learn to control his experiences, but perhaps provide hope for its use to help others with similar problems.
This is fine story that is part of a series. I can’t wait to see the rest. Check out the rest of Michael C. Grumley’s books on Amazon.
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