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Worumbo by Mark LaFlamme

Worumbo

by Mark LaFlamme

332 pages
Mind-control experiments at an abandoned Maine mill.

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About the Book
Jack Wilding has a gift. The young newspaper reporter can hear the thoughts of his fellow man, random snippets that come to him unbidden. But this blossoming psychic ability brings Jack no joy. Some thoughts, he will find, were not meant to be shared. And along with the voices in his head come the memories dim recollections of a childhood experience at an old Maine mill.

Meanwhile, an intelligence group with grim secrets is desperate to contain the damage. Things have gone wrong with experiments in mind control and now a young reporter is asking questions. It's a race for the truth about what really happened inside Worumbo Mill all those years ago. As the voices inside his head turn to screams, Jack Wilding will discover that his own past may be a lie.

Based on real CIA experiments with mind-control, Worumbo is a nerve-rattling look at a part of our history as dark and dangerous as the old mills that haunt the Maine landscape.

"LaFlamme always delivers a plot teetering on the cliff-edge of madness." - Linda Bulger, Amazon

"LaFlamme grabs the reader by the throat and never loosens his grip." - David Ebright, author of The Jack Rackham Adventure series.

 

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About the Author
Mark is a newspaper reporter and columnist at the Sun Journal in Lewiston, Maine.

 

 

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