When Veil Kendry was born, a brain infection almost ended his life.
Surviving that illness has left him with a power that is both a
blessing and a curse.
Veil dreams with a clarity unknown to normal people; his dreams bring
him to the edges of time and infinity---and to the minds of other men.
Veil left his career in the CIA to become a painter, an artist whose
landscapes are of another place...usually unseen, totally unknown. He
has volunteered to undergo tests at the Institute for Human Studies,
and now someone there is trying to kill him.
Veil's background has left him with enemies, both inside the Agency
and out. He doesn't know where the threat is coming from. He does
know that the U.S. Army shares land with the Institute, and that some
of the investigations going on there have nothing to do with psychic
research but with something perhaps more important---those persons
known as the Lazarus People.
The Lazarus People are those who were clinically dead, but who have
returned to life with stories of another place---the place of Veil's
painted landscapes. The place where Veil's final battle will be