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The first novel Richard Hamerski by a recent editing client has been published. Richard Hamerski’s “The Papers of the Prophet,” recounts the search for the papers that an obscure scholar named Leon Jacobson left after his death. Jacobson made uncannily accurate prophesies in his one book, and people made fortunes investing in enterprises that were favored by the trends he forecasted. Jacobson's papers contain notes for a second book, with more prophecies. Jonathan Davis, out-of-work and running out of money, sees them as a guide to escaping the poverty he faces. Unfortunately, Davis quickly learns that others want the papers of the prophet, too, and will to any length to obtain them. “The Papers of the Prophet” is available on Kindle ebook.

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