The Dream Catcher
About the Book
Every so often, one picks up and treasures a lucky charm, a talisman which, for the holder, works a magic spell. Neither science, common sense nor religious conviction deters that person from sticking to the notion that the trinket they possess might have some inexplicable power. The Dream Catcher is a story about a young, attractive, combat-trained hospital nurse who, while looking for love, receives a gift from an old American Indian seller of jewelry and relics. The gift, she is told, can bring about healing in a very mysterious way. Rachel Collins, the nurse, can blow you a kiss and say, “Sweet dreams!” If you have been good, wonders can take place. If you have been bad, a different blend of the medicine could result in a nightmare.
About the Author
Allen R. Remaley has written fifteen novels, collections of short stories, letters and professional articles. While most of his novels are categorized as fiction, some are bathed in actual experience. He is a four-year veteran of the United States Marine Corps, a thirty-seven -year teacher at the elementary, secondary and graduate-school levels of education. He holds a doctorate in French and in the Teaching of Foreign Languages. Dr. Remaley no longer skydives, but he does play pickle ball and strums the banjo. He lives with his wife in Saratoga Springs, NY and in Scottsdale, AZ.