Third Eye, awaits your listening pleasure and/or shivers (available at Amazon, Audible, and iTunes). The narration, by Chad Tindale, is gripping.
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1. Who cries out to Cayce in his hospital dream?
2. What was the name of the first nurse to come to Cayce, the one he remembered from high school?
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Who knew that a summer thunderstorm and his lost little boy would
conspire to change single dad Cayce D’Amico’s life in an instant? With
Luke missing, Cayce ventures into the woods near their house to find his
son, only to have lightning strike a tree near him, sending a branch
down on his head. When he awakens the next day in the hospital, he
discovers he has been blessed or cursed—he isn't sure which—with psychic
ability. Along with unfathomable glimpses into the lives of those
around him, he’s getting visions of a missing teenage girl.
When a second girl disappears soon after the first, Cayce realizes his
visions are leading him to their grisly fates. Cayce wants to help, but
no one believes him. The police are suspicious. The press wants to
exploit him. And the girls' parents have mixed feelings about the young
man with the "third eye."
Cayce turns to local reporter Dave Newton and, while searching for clues
to the string of disappearances and possible murders, a spark ignites
between the two. Little do they know that nearby, another couple—dark
and murderous—are plotting more crimes and wondering how to silence the
man who knows too much about them.