Super Way by Ken Konor
Can reason overcome superstitious odds?
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Keith McKinerty is a psychologist with eccentric methods, specializing in the treatment of superstition. He decides to make contact with old clients ‘The Supers’ and organize a follow-up. But the Supers still firmly hold to their superstitions and resent the idea that they should change and become more rational.
Meanwhile, a series of coincidences happen to Keith which shake his faith in reason. He is accused of professional misconduct. David an erstwhile colleague suddenly arrives to replace Keith, claiming knowledge of Keith’s secret past. One of Keith’s clients, Frank, a Super, is found dead in mysterious circumstances and Keith is a suspect. Keith hires a detective, Felix, with the supernatural ability to leave his body to help track his detractors. Keith, meanwhile, himself takes refuge working in the local casino but he soon suspects the casino is deliberately being run in conjunction with the Supers as a microcosm for a world of unreason; where a coded language, numbers and ghosts reinforce superstition as an alternative way of life: The Superway.
Keith thinks he sees how the Superway will dominate and exploit people so he takes action. Will his reason reach out and overcome the superstitious odds? Or is it too late? Has Keith himself become a Super? The twists and turns of the plot lead us up to the gripping finale.