by Clint Shaw Teenager Tom Phoenix suffers a head injury during a car accident, leaving him with certain psychic abilities. Policeman James Doyle witnesses this and uses Toms ability to help solve murder cases, not realizing his torment in doing so. All the while, Tom has a recurring vision of a murder he believes he must prevent, but things are not always what they seem. It is Tom who ends up dead, and James struggles to understand why as he hopes to understand how delicate the human mind really is; how it can be a positive powerful force or a dark disturbing one. It all depends where you choose to focus its energy. Finding Toms diary helps James in his search. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Clint Shaw was four years old when his father walked out, leaving his mother to care for sour sons. Four years later, she died. The rest of his life has not been normal but what is normal? Normal is like a straight line; its uneventful. Shaw had to do things differently, forge his own understanding of how the world should be. He has learned that life really is a journey. Its a process we all have to endure, and it leaves us with the understanding necessary to carry out what we are supposed to be doing. I am a firm believer that when a book happens upon you, you should read it, he has said. (2005, paperback, 52 pages) Availability: Usually ships in 2-3 business days.