The Wizard of Kew Gardens
Morgan Reich is proud of his intuitive powers: he always knows which elevator will come and who will win the Yankee game. One evening, on late night radio, he inadvertently predicts Princess Diana's death. He is catapulted into the media frenzy, and becomes a guest psychic on the show. Although so far, nobody knows who he is, soon his growing magical powers will get him into trouble with the law--and with Reva, the girl he loves. What if all your evil thoughts were to suddenly begin coming true?
This is a romp of a novel with a serious message: Empathy is a kind of magic.
"The Wizard of Kew Gardens ripples with muscular vitality, and it's very funny, too. Temma Ehrenfeld is a subversive genuis." Elizabeth McKenzie, author of Stop That Girl (Random House).