Ralph is a traveler. He has his own plane … or so he thought. Actually Ralph told me he didn't really think about whether the plane was his own or not until the girl from Mayfair Towers approached him with her problem, a mystery. Traveler Ralph went on to tell me the story that I have made every effort to convey in this novel. He explained that he thought this would be a simple investigation, perhaps impressing the lovely girl from Mayfair Towers, by using his secret mystic gift to quickly solve the mystery.
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Along the way, however, an experienced and knowledgeable paranormal adversary, Chong, transformed this simple investigation. Unlike Chong, Ralph was essentially a novice. Now, beyond the investigation, Ralph was involved in a paranormal struggle.
Ralph had other complications in his life, female complications. There was the girl from Mayfair Towers, Ralph told me her name was Rita. He also had an assistant, Lynn, who added that office, ‘keep it professional’ versus ‘but she is very nice and is she interested (?)’, dilemma. Then there was Lee.
Rita and Lynn added confusion, embarrassment and the possibility of romance to Ralph's life, but also, and Ralph made sure to elaborate, invaluable support along the way. And then there was Lee.
Paranormal worlds, astral worlds, planes and dimensions, I’m sure Ralph and Chong know of these but for me, I can only ask, from what dimensional world was Ralph telling me this story? Wherever it is that Ralph exists now, what did he tell me? Was Ralph able to prevail, in this or any dimension, over the proficient Chong? And then there was Lee? The mystery, Rita’s mystery that was beyond the paranormal confrontations, was it solved? And, for those inclined for a little romance, how did the awkward Ralph handle the relationships with those three women?
What I can say about Ralph is that he is a good natured fellow. Certainly he has his male quirks, which were particularly obvious with respect to his relationship with any of those women. On the other hand, paranormal abilities could add difficulties for most relationships.
As such, Ralph, wherever he exists, and I still get along and he promises to tell me more of his stories.