by Joel Goldman
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Jack Davis' formidable detection skills are in demand again, as state-of-the-art research into the human brain is going badly wrong. People are having terrible nightmares and they're dying in exactly the same way they dreamed.
Author Joel Goldman has found there's plenty of true crime to write about in the Kansas City metro area.
July 15, 2013 When Joel Goldman was diagnosed with a medical condition that makes him shake and stutter, he quit his law practice and started writing novels inspired by true crime in the Kansas City area. Eventually, he gave his disorder to FBI Agent Jack Davis, one of his main characters.
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