Roy K Brown
Roy has lived in the Pacific Northwest throughout his life. The first attempt at writing for consumer consumption was with the Washington Blues Society’s Bluesletter. As a board member of that organization, about 50 articles were submitted and published. Roy was nominated for writer of the year by the membership. His professional career spanned more than 40 years and included daily technical writing. He has also written and published short stories.
Awakened From Oblivion
Lester and Polly June live in Darrington, Washington. Through no fault of their own, life has tossed them onto the scrap heap of lost souls. Their futures are somewhere between bleak and non-existent. A chance meeting between the two becomes the beginning of a first friendship. A Native American spirit guide, a tribal shaman who lived and died hundreds of years past was given, by the Great Spirit, a special duty to teach: to guide lost souls. Rising Star is a chameleon. His magic allows him to appear in any form necessary to guide and teach Lester. Both Polly June and Lester set out on a journey to rise up and become more than either could ever have imagined.
In Seattle another meeting takes place. Danny Street and Sylvie Rollins meet by chance and begin to develop a relationship fraught with mixed signals. As the story develops the four people eventually meet. Can Danny and Sylvie, from the sophisticated life of young professionals, meld with the unsophisticated kids from Darrington when their lives inevitably cross paths? Will the fireworks that develop be the basis of the four to become friends or foes? The answers lie in this full-blown murder mystery.