Book: The Thought Of Dying by Mel Park
categories: Book, Short Story, Suspense, Murder, Pyschopath, Erotica, Women's Self Defense, Power of Mind, Wife Stranger Fantasy, Voyeurism, Psychological Thriller
Mel Park about this book: A successful author is so obsessed with his work he no longer notices his wife. He calls it 'keeping his mind open to receive the thoughts that are out there'. His wife calls it feeling shut out. To compensate, she fantasizes about a tall powerful stranger. But when her romantic fantasy suddenly turns into her darkest fear she wishes she'd heeded her mother's words, "Be careful what you wish for ... " Physically overwhelmed and mentally tormented by her psychopathic assailant, she realizes her own strength of mind is all that stands between her, an unthinkable violation, and death. Wracking her mind for a way to outwit her attacker, terrified at the thought of dying, yet galvanized by the same thought into fighting for her life, her over-riding thoughts are of the writer. Not here to protect her, but safe at home. Working on a new story. Page open. Mind open...
Inspired by the unexplainable power and connectivity of thought, this is a tautly-written short story you won't soon forget.
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