On today’s Heart Of Mind Radio, host Kathryn Davis speaks to Rob Lenihan, about his first novel “Born Speaking Lies.”
In Segment two Kathryn takes a deeper spiritual look at the challenges of life and the scripts we inherit and can potentially live out. Offering suggestions of what we can do to re-wright our story and connect to our true purpose… showing that we can let go of the old hurts and early life programming to create a new life of joy.
Rob Lenihan was born in Brooklyn in the same year the Dodgers left, but he likes to think these two events are not related. Raised in Bay Ridge, he has worked at newspapers in Brooklyn, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut, covering crime, business, and politics. He maintains a blog, The Luna Park Gazette, has written three screen plays and is the author of “Born Speaking Lies”
Told in the raw and unforgettable voice of a carrier criminal Billy the Kid, Born Speaking Lies is the story of a man who gets that rare second chance in life as he tries to escape the violent world of 1990’s Brooklyn and a history of bad choices. After being shot and left for dead in a Pennsylvania forest by member of his own crew, Billy tries to disappear into small town life with Lora, a local woman who finds him bleeding by the side of the road and offers him her heart and her home. But Billy’s desire for revenge and his rapidly deteriorating health drives him toward a bloody confrontation with his former firmed. Infused with black humor and hard-hitting action, a well written, “literary” crime novel with unforgettable, colorful characters.
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