Its a big one – 145000 words!!!

Up now on Amazon as ebook and paperback.

In a nutshell – it’s about a reincarnated 17yr old who solves crimes with astral projection.

A slightly longer explanation would be –

1946 – OKINAWA

“So, now I can explain more.”

Mim refreshed his tea and he smiled at her.

“There is Prime Reality, us, and there is Resonant Reality, the fractured versions of the ‘faults’ in Prime Reality. There are many names, but ‘multiverse’ is the one I prefer. Between them all, is the Interstitial Layer which coordinates a dynamic balance between all realities and prevents catastrophic intrusions.

“What you just experienced, called by some ‘astral projection’, is the ability to enter the Interstitial Layer and navigate its many vibrations.”


There’s a new player in town; Mackenzie Browne, a 17-year-old computer prodigy who is the core resource in a police criminal intelligence unit which targets organised & international crime. The reality is that the ‘kid’ has manipulated all involved to create the unit to track down those responsible for his murder.

Almost seventeen years ago, there was a double homicide at Rose Bay, a trendy Sydney harbourside suburb. A middle-aged man and woman were shot in broad daylight by a man of Arabic appearance. The dead man was unusual in many ways but in particular he was a practitioner of an ancient Chinese form of astral projection. It was not a skill he acquired willingly, but the discipline had served him well and he kept those skills keen.

In the panic, pain, and madness of death, his soul fled to the astral plane and traumatised, he railed against the inevitable. At the same time six-month-old child, miles away, passed peacefully from a once-in-a-million combination of circumstances as his terrified mother froze on discovering her dead newborn.

The man detected the child’s passing and reached out in desperation, reviving the boy and finding himself in the body of an infant.

But what about the woman who was killed with him. She was the assassin’s real target but neither of them knew it at the time. The reason for her murder was mundane in part but driven by a backstory almost as fascinating as her lover’s.

Published by iandavidmartin

Australian; Architect; Writer

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