"The mindreacher concept is novel and refreshing. The action doesn't stop." J. Wittich, Editor
"It was difficult to differentiate between fact and fiction. A good read." V. Whitacre, M.D. , Beta Reader
"This novel reads like a blend of Clive Cussler and Indiana Jones. Full of excitement!" S. Wickersham McWhorter, Editor
"I was fascinated to learn so much about the human mind. I didn't want it to end." K. Brantley, Reader
"Once I started reading, I couldn't put it down." C. Frompovich, Editor
"You are like Michael Crichton reborn!" J. Kerns
About Irene Baron (Zanesville, Ohio Author)
Irene Baron is an award-winning author who began her writing career as an Information Specialist with Battelle Memorial Institute under contract to the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Advanced Research Projects Agency, Research & Development Center-Thailand. In this capacity, directed aerial photography during the Vietnam War. Irene wrote two sections of the Top Secret Mekong River Project handbook for use by American forces during the SEATO Agreement. She also wrote the official Operational Procedures Manual, Laboratory Material Division (all levels) for the ARPA facility.
As a private VFR pilot, her aerial photograph of the National Flags won the 2004 First Place “Americana” award from Smithsonian Magazine. Other awards include: Aker Outstanding Teacher-Tandy Technology Award, AT&T Ohio Science Teacher of the Year, Governor’s Fellow, Hiram College Alumni Association Annual Award for achievement, Jennings Scholar, Ohio Academy of Science Outstanding Science Teacher, Ohio Technology Teacher of the Year, Outstanding Earth Science Teacher – National Association of Geoscience Teachers-East Central Region. Her volunteer work includes American Red Cross-Water Safety Director for Muskingum County where she also taught First Aid and swimming for 14-years. She volunteered with the Local and National Ski Patrol 4-years and is Founder/Coordinator of the Zanesville Astronomy Club. Ms. Baron lived in Thailand 4-years, Germany 2-years, traveled in 27-countries and has lived in several areas within the continental United States.
Her nonfiction book, Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery, was awarded the First Place, Gold Medal as the Exemplary Christian Education book of 2013. She used NASA supplied computer software to find the Christmas star. Her nonfiction book, Mary Knew-A Biography of Mary From Ancient Scriptures, was awarded the 2019 Bronze Medal as a top Christian Biography. Ms. Baron published her first thriller novel, Mindreacher, in June 2019. This is the first book in the Mindreacher thriller series. She may be contacted at P.O. Box 1203, Zanesville, OH 43702. . Her websites include: www.irenebaron.com, www.mindreacher.net, and www.maryknew.com.