Toby Sinclair is convinced there is a killer in his future-lethal, amoral, vicious-not to mention highly elusive since Toby continues to remain alive and unharmed despite his fears. When he is pressured by his only friend to help a drifter bury a steamer trunk in the middle of the woods, a drifter who flaunts his abusive habits, Toby is satisfied that he has found his murderer. It is a fact that both alarms, and in a strange way, fulfills him. His prediction about his own fate is compromised when he realizes that instead of becoming a victim he finds himself to be an accomplice to whatever is hidden in the buried steamer trunk. To be cleared of the suspicion he must endure a parade of strange characters, high-octane spirits, absurd situations and his own struggle between loyalty and justice. "Wet Brain" is a novel that borrows the skin of empty paranoia and creates the farcical face of a man vexed at his failure to properly succumb to his own destructive destiny.
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