Even though most of us are not consciously aware of it, we all have a sixth sense: our instinct. Sometimes we just know things before they happen, we can feel it in our gut. It has more than often miraculously saved our lives and a few of us believe it to be the magic that resides in us from birth. The truth is, it has nothing to do with the supernatural. To be blunt – there is nothing special about our gut. Our instinct has a defined place in our brains and is composed of archaic and newly acquired reflexes, of lessons that we have learned through our own or through the mistakes of others. Each one of us has a personalized instinct, making us act different in similar situations. An instinctive reflex is to jump at a stimuli, for example at the bark of a dog. How high you jump depends on your personal history. The same goes with taking instinctive decisions. Some people are good at it, some not so much. It was clear to many that had worked years alongside him that Jackson Silverman had a good gut.
”The Split” is my first copleted English novel and is a 3-part series.
The first volume ”The broken clocks” introduces Dr. Isabela Richter, a psychiatrist, and detective Jackson Silverman, a war veteran working for Scotland Yard.
The action takes place in London – UK and it’s surroundings.
The SPLIT – A modern mystery novel about a detective injured in the line of duty who has to both deal with his depression during psychotherapy and solve the murders involving his strange new therapist.
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