Inner Space Book One

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‘Before man can travel into outer space he must first explore and conquer the inner space of his mind.’ Professor Harman Jones – 1995. How well do you know your best friend? How would you react if he was suddenly arrested for murder? At 45 years of age with a broken childless marriage behind him, Detective Inspector Nick Burton is just coasting through life. That is until the day his boss, Chief Superintendent Dan Davies, is arrested and charged with murder. In denial, Nick’s attempts to get at the truth are further hampered when Dan dies while in custody. Question is, did he commit suicide to avoid prosecution? Or was he murdered to prevent a scandal? The deeper Nick delves into Dan’s life, the more he realises how little he really knew about the man. Someone sends Nick a ten year old video of a college professor giving a lecture the content of which, although interesting, seems to have no bearing on this or any other case whatsoever. However, when the same professor turns up at Dan’s funeral, Nick has to think again. The professor, now in a wheelchair, is accompanied by two assistants who act more like minders, one of them a beautiful woman whose startling green eyes draw Nick deep into her web. Somewhere in the background, someone is leaving a trail of breadcrumbs for Nick to follow, and he starts to resent the feeling of manipulation. Why don’t they just come forward and tell him what they know? If it was bad news about Dan, would he believe them? He has to find out the truth for himself. As he puts the pieces together Nick is drawn into the mysterious world of parapsychology and psychic phenomena to a conclusion that belies everything he thought he understood. But beneath the academic calm of Cambridge University, there lurks a dangerous undertow that everyone seems to have missed.

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