Non fiction Writer Jeffrey Conner considered the call from
his health insurance company one of those weird snafus, but
he insists he added his wife to his policy. The bank has
no record of his marriage either and finally the hospital
insists he picked up his wife and newborn earlier this
morning. Adding to his fear factor besides the obvious
abductions is that there seems no record of his marriage.
Desperate Jeffrey visits a renowned hypnotist and then
private investigators. Sleuth Carl Jeffries finds
information a Cordelia Adams who apparently and abruptly
left her previous life behind and joined Jeffrey, but no
one remembers the event occurring. Soon Jeffrey will learn
what happened to his life, but which path to take and who
to believe will leave him feeling like a WIZARDSPAWN.
This tale starts off as a Twilight Zone like mystery before
spinning into a fantasy entry. As Jeffrey struggles with
what has happened to him and what he alone seems to know,
fans join him in his bewilderment. When the story line
turns full gear into the fantasy genre, the book remains
strong, but fans will feel a bit disappointed with
the "explanation". Still Larry Segriff provides a fine
time for his audience.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted June 3, 2003