Read the 1st Chapter of DEATH PERCEPTION

My current work in progress is DEATH PERCEPTION, a supernatural crime story corrupt with horror yet preserved by a sprinkling of black humor. The skinny:

DEATH PERCEPTION by Lee Allen HowardNineteen-year-old Kennet Singleton lives with his invalid mother in a personal care facility, but he wants out. He operates the crematory at the local funeral home, where he discovers he can discern the cause of death of those he cremates—by toasting marshmallows over their ashes.

He thinks his ability is no big deal since his customers are already dead. But when his perception differs from what’s on the death certificate, he finds himself in the midst of murderers. To save the residents and avenge the dead, he must bring the killers to justice.

Take a peek at chapter 1 of DEATH PERCEPTION in PDF. I’d love to hear your comments on this post, or by email. Enjoy, and feel free to share this page!

DEATH PERCEPTION is my Seton Hill University Writing Popular Fiction thesis. It’s my fourth novel. Sales for my third, THE SIXTH SEED, are taking off. I’ll be marketing DEATH PERCEPTION while I complete my fifth book, THE BEDWETTER.


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5 Responses to “Read the 1st Chapter of DEATH PERCEPTION”

  1. The Sixth Seed by Lee Allen Howard « The Big Séance Says:

    […] Monsters, and Stray. Death Perception is due for release in 2013 (read the first chapter at https://leeallenhoward.com/2012/12/12/read-the-1st-chapter-of-death-perception/). He blogs about writing and editing on his writer’s site: leeallenhoward.com. Lee also […]

  2. How Arnzstigation Set Me Free « Lee Allen Howard Says:

    […] of humor, Mike is super creative in supporting the careers of fledgling writers. In his critique of DEATH PERCEPTION, I’ll never forget one suggestion he made about protagonist Kennet Singleton. Mike pointed […]

  3. I Finished the First Draft of THE BEDWETTER | Lee Allen Howard Says:

    […] Read the 1st Chapter of DEATH PERCEPTION […]


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