Pregnant and out of wedlock, Montana Pritchard is terminally injured in a car crash.The unborn daughter, Monty, allegedly receives messgaes in the womb from her comatose mother while being kept clinically alive.
Inexplicably, at the age of three, sensing her dead mother is still reaching out to her, Monty starts to recall events in her mother's life that she aught not to know, resulting in accusations that threaten to split the Pritchard Family appart.
On reaching eighteen, the age at which her mother died in the car crash, Monty starts to believe her mother's death was not an accident. She goes in search of the perpertrator, but due to her identical appearance to her mother, she is drawn into a dangerous web of intrigue as she moves closer to exposing the identity of the killer.
Remaining intent on brandishing her own brand of justice, she runs at odds with private detective, Cameron Josey, hired by the family to keep her safe. His task is seriously hampered by Monty's insistance her mother is directing her path to justice. They run in parallel toward solving the case. Their quest ultimately unifies, bringing them into the clutches of the monster who took her mother's life.
Born in 1944, James William Davis branched into writing due to his involvement in the film and television industry. Story telling became a driving force in his working life, including with a camera or an editing device. Now, he likes to continue honing his craft using the written word - that esential step prior to all other forms of expression.
Written by James William Davis
Published by James William Davis
17 Wedgewood Crescent, Beacon Hill NSW 2100
Copyright 2012, James William Davis
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Author: Davis, James W.
Title: Mind Set / James William Davis
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