Roy Connors, consultant for a top technology company and the quintessential pursuer of the American dream, through perseverance gains a unique mental disorder. When his only entrusted friend falls in love with a hot brunette, Roy’s already fragile life suddenly spirals out of control. Obsessed with the ancient symbols carved on a 3,500 year-old clay disk and ridden by jealousy, Roy follows the happy couple to their Cayman Island retreat. The fates of the three collide with the arrival of the deadliest hurricane in the islands’ history.
Descent The R. Connors Story is a psychological suspense delivering a rare glimpse into the minds of identity-shattered individuals. Written in a vibrant style it reconciles misconceptions about self, sexual duality, and the mysterious raw forces of Nature.
In this three-part discourse, Simon Cleveland offers a perspective on life derived partly from the latest scientific theories in cosmology and quantum mechanics and partly from analysis on the works of some of the greatest writers and philosophers of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The book explores topics such as the meaning of time, consciousness and the development of the essence. The author also examines the genesis of the concept of immortality.
Bizarre occurrences haunt a family in their suburban home. At first, the husband’s peculiar mood swings, weird food preferences and a strange case of amnesia only occasionally scare his wife… that is until the morning when it all changed. Now, the mysterious language he speaks can hardly be ignored and the dog’s eerie stares don’t seem coincidental any longer. The wife turns to a doctor, but could her instinct be right about the psychologist’s perplexed manner? And when did an Egyptologist, who’s after his own obsessions, get drawn into the family drama? Soon, both husband and wife find themselves entangled in a spiral of fear, premonitions and a mysterious fate.
Midwest Book Review raves “…a rare escapade…somewhere between Hell and death…at many times gave me the shivers….”