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many years. Formerly, he worked with convicted felons who suffered from severe mental illness.
Today, he lives in Florida pursuing writing projects.
The Incarnate is a work of fiction. Though actual locations and real names are mentioned in the novel may have representations in history, they are used in a fictional manner and the event and occurrences were invented in the mind and imagination of the author, except for the inclusion of such historical facts and historical characters that are interwoven in the novel. Without limiting the foregoing, all other names, characters, places and incidents either are the product of the author's imagination or used fictitiously, and any resemblance to any actual persons, living or dead, events, or locales is entirely coincidental.
Kenneth G. Beason has won two national competitions writing screen plays based on his own original stories. Urged by others to write a book, he sought a co-writer who had the literary skills to write a good novel.
Learning of Cavanagh's background in writing fiction. Beason purposed a collaboration of their talents and experience. Hearing the details of the story Beason wanted to write, Cavanagh was enthusiastic about the project.
One year and four months later, The Incarnate was finished.
James L. Cavanagh is a criminologist. He has researched and written on human deviance for