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Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Prisoner of the Mind: A Graphic Novel Vol. 1 is now available


Prisoner of the Mind: A Graphic Novel Vol. 1 is now available for purchase digitally or in print.


Digital version can be purchased here.


Print version can be purchased here.



Author Allan Linder has now released a new cover for his black and white neo-noir science fiction graphic novel titled Prisoner of the Mind. Volume 1. 

PRISONER OF THE MIND is a neo-noir thriller set in the near future of New York, the unforgiving city. On the outside the city looks a little different. Buildings are taller, the sky is a little darker, technology is more advanced and machines have replaced some human workers. Nevertheless, people are the same inside, hungry, greedy, and deceitful. A hardboiled government agent with a perfect service record tries to commit suicide after investigating another agent’s death. Following Cole's attempted suicide, he awakens in the psychiatric ward of a hospital, with no recollection of the incident. The psychiatrist Doctor Zane questions Cole and learns that the dead agent he investigated was a close friend from the academy named Tommy. As Dr. Zane digs deeper, he finds out that Cole’s mother was killed in a boating accident and his father was murdered when he was only nine years old. When Cole is finally released from the hospital, he discovers his apartment has been tossed, but oddly, nothing is missing... To learn more about this interesting project, visit the author/aritsts' site at Prisonerofthemind.net.


Check out the cool cyberpunk vibe on this cover.


Here is the full cover of the book.


Above are some of the reviews garnered from this book.


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