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Book: The Mandarin Crew by James Clayton Rogers

Book: The Mandarin Crew by James Clayton Rogers

categories: Book, Luck, Telekinesis, Murder, Extra Dimension, Doppelganger, Assassination, Strangers on Train, Hit Men, Perception, Chance, Control, Supernatural


James Clayton Rogers

Author James Clayton Rogersabout this book: Does Luck (good or bad) really exist? Or is it the result of unseen forces beyond our perception? This is a question many people have speculated upon when they find their life skidding out of control. The Mandarin Crew is a fantasy about the possibility that our lives are arranged. More, that there is a constant bargaining process going on in the background, our lives being guided by complete strangers who we never see and will never know. It is a variation on the theme that one man's good luck is balanced by someone else's bad luck. Only in this case, the unseen force (the Mandarin) enlists the services of 'doppelgangers', some of whom possess unusual psychic talents. Sad Sack Bongo becomes a hit man, his targets being men and women whose fates have been bargained away. He is accompanied by Mai Ling (a PK professional) and Blind Eye (who can see and interpret chakras). Together, they dog the unwary world, working towards the day when their contract with the Mandarin is fulfilled…and they can name a victim of their own choosing.

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