A Call to Mind

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Gallant Books, Jan 1, 2003 - Fiction - 283 pages
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Action packed adventure novel disclosing an illegal experiment proving ancestral memories are inherited.

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The Midwest Book Review: Veronica Cherry's A Call To Mind is a dramatically written novel arising from unethical medical practice and an individual's struggle in coming to terms with the consequences. A doctor hoping to prove that genetic memories passed down from ancestors influence human behavior experiments on an unsuspecting young man. Emerging with unpredictable memories and tendencies influencing his actions, the young man comes to believe he has a personality disorder. In the end, he must grapple with destiny on his own in this powerful crafted and highly recommended saga of internal conflict.

About the author (2003)

About the Author Veronica Cherry was born in Queens, New York. At the end of her ten year registered nursing practice, she wrote a research paper, which a major pharmaceutical company published. It motivated her to pursue writing. Since then, a windsurfing magazine published her article on “Woundsurfing: Breaking the Skin.” Her first book was an autobiography, By Hook or by Crook: A Tale of Adventure Surviving Child Abuse, followed by an action packed novel, A Call to Mind. Her latest release is Aboard the Pirate: Roving the West Indies.

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