Jefferson Davies is a lecturer at Harvard University. He receives a phone call from an ex-student and lover, Eve Brown, from here on his life takes on an unexpected, dark and psychological twist. Eve, a psychiatrist at the maximum security prison, has a new patient; Casey Lee Jones, a convicted cop killer. Casey's defense for the murder of two police officers is his 'knowing': his precognition. The future is his to own.
Anthony O’Brien writes dark psychological thrillers, infused with a paranormal veneer. The first of many is ‘Of That Day and Hour.’
Born in the North of England (UK), he combines the hard hitting with dark twisting overtures.