Description
For more than four hundred years, the males of the Ostermann family have unleashed their secret power on the world, destroying lives and amassing great fortunes. But five centuries prior, the first woman to inherit the identical gene as the males foretold that another female would be born with the same power. It was she who would stand against the madness of the Ostermann reign. No one knew when she would come...until now.

In present-day British Columbia, Wolf Ostermann rules his exotic estate with an iron fist. Ostermann has no son to continue his family legacy, so if he and his family are to maintain their economic grip on the world, Wolf must indoctrinate his reluctant daughter, Tara. Unfortunately for Wolf, Tara will have nothing to do with him anymore, and that doesn't bode well for the tyrannical megalomaniac.

Now on the run, Tara and ex-CIA operative Chris Landry must battle for their lives as they ultimately realize the tenacious reach of her father's powerful mind-and the evil it unleashes on all of humanity.

Bursting with raw emotion, Mind Walker combines action and suspense in a nonstop ride from the landscapes of British Columbia to the Caribbean Islands, and ends in a chilling climax in New York City.

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The Story Behind This Book
Roy McConnell's Mind Walker is an electrifying thriller that captivates the reader from page one and doesn't let up until the climactic ending. The story is taut with plenty of plot twists, evil villains, and supernatural intrigue. The compelling main characters are written with heart and soul and make the deadly cross-country adventure a joy to read. Dean Koontz fans will love the high-intensity suspense of Mind Walker. The fast-paced writing is on par with bestselling authors and is sure to put Roy McConnell on the radar as one of today's up and coming thriller writers. -Brian Moreland, author of Shadows in the Mist. >Brian Moreland, author of Shadows in the Mist


Praise and Reviews
A spellbinding page turner from beginning to end
I finished this book in 12 hours-- I recommend Mind Walker to all who enjoy a good thriller/mystery--this one has an additional twist that I have not found in any other novel. I love to read anything by Patterson and Sandford but I have now added McConnell to my must read list of authors. I am looking forward to the next one in 2011.
                                                             ~~KB~~
Very easy and readable book
I found that Mind Walker was a very easy and readable book. I am not a fast reader, but I read this book in a few days. Mostly at night before bed. The plot was well thought out and had some believable twists too it but also had some fantasy too it too. At the end of the book I felt I wanted more and that the book ended a little too quickly.
                                                            ~~RTR~~
Whatta ride!!!
Roy combines action, suspense, love, sex, and even a bit of sci-fi into a captivating, fast paced thrill ride that held my attention right to the very end. I've enjoyed it immensely.
                                                            ~~CMJ~~
PAGE TURNER!!!
I give this book two thumbs up!!! It's a page-turner from start to finish with a little bit of something for everyone... From suspense, intrigue, love, violence, sci-fi and sex! What more can you ask for???? READ IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
                                                             ~~SC~~         
Read Mind Walker in a day
I read Mind Walker in one day taking a break just enough to catch my breath. What I love about the book is not only the fibulae, but the words, expressions, enabling me to picture characters and scenes as I was a participant, not a reader. I'm looking forward to the other novels, especially to the sequel of "Mind Walker".
                                                            ~~VP~~


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Roy McConnell published his debut novel, Mind Walker, in September of 2009. Mind Walker, is a suspense/thriller loaded with action, romance, and even a twist of sci-fi. Roy was  More...