Into the Ashes

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Hampton Roads Publishing, Oct 1, 1993 - Fiction - 208 pages
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In this sequel to In The Heart of Things, Robert Llewellen is back in Miami, his hometown, at ground zero, feeling his "inner self becoming cluttered with the illusion of enlightenment. . ." In Baltimore, Llewellen's life had been radically changed by the ideas of Jansen, a Zen practitioner who undertook to help him penetrate into the heart of things. He thought he understood Jansen's message, but in trying to practice it, he finds that he is unintentionally hurting the friends he is trying to help. Somehow, he must find out what it was in Jansen's message that he missed.

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Contents

Prologue Ground Zero
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You think too much
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Nuts
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Copyright

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About the author (1993)

Lliteras is the author of seven previous books including The Thieves of Golgotha (Hampton Roads, ISBN 1-57174-085-6, 1998) which featured the men who were crucified with Jesus before their executions, as well as Judas the Gentile (Hampton Roads, ISBN 1-57174-144-5, 1999) and Jerusalem's Rain which followed Jesus' disciples after the crucifixion.

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