Stones Skipping on Water by Richard Keith Taylor

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A drug to see past lives.

Lust, Love, Envy and Murder
in a Mind-State of Total Recall.

Venture capitalist John Kincaide’s company GenePharm has developed a short-term memory enhancement drug called ClearThought. His chief chemist, Gordon Bischoff has been secretly testing the drug on himself and has overdosed on it. He claims ClearThought has made him see his past lives. In one of those lives Kincaide killed Bischof and his lover, a ‘30s-era movie star, Diana Fleming who has since reincarnated and is now involved in a torrid romance with Kincaide. Bischof wants Diana back and Kincaide dead.

About Richard Keith Taylor

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RICHARD TAYLOR has been a writer most of his life. A screenwriter as well as novelist, his Showtime Premier film Deceptions was nominated for a CableACE Best Picture Award. The SciFi Channel Original TV movie EnCrypt was produced from his spec screenplay. Several of Richard's short stories, articles and essays are collected in Dark Reflection and Other Tales, and his debut novel The Haunting of Cambria continues to receive rave reviews. Taylor's recent novel Red Mist, about the deaths of Marilyn Monroe and JFK, has been called a "Killer of a Thriller." Stones Skipping on Water, a sexy reincarnation thriller is Richard Taylor's newest novel.A native of Southern California, Richard now lives with his wife and two cats in the lovely seaside village of Cambria on the California Central Coast.For more about Richard Taylor visit his website at:
Published July 17, 2010 by Ransom Greene Press. 276 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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