And the Wolves Howled: Fragments of Two Lifetimes
For as long as she can remember, Barbro Karlen has recalled a previous existence as Anne Frank, author of the famous diary. Now, prompted by a series of events that culminated in a struggle for survival, she tells her amazing story.
She takes us from her early fame as a best-selling child literary sensation in her native Sweden to her years as a policewoman and successful horse trainer. But this is no ordinary life history. As the victim of discrimination, personal vendettas, media assassination, libel, and attempted murder, Karlen is eventually shown the karmic background to these events.
Glimpsing fragments of her former life, she begins to understand how forces of destiny reach out from the past into the present, and she is finally free to be herself. This the story of a supernatural struggle for truth in the face of discrimination and lies.
Eight pages of illustrations.
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