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AuthorHouse, 2001 - Travel - 135 pages
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"A thrilling novel that bridges the gap between life and afterlife by showing that nothing separates the two but an instant, the instant that we call death."

Adam Eden, an avowed agnostic, is a humanist writer with strong convictions. He is somewhat of a klutz and small in stature, but his guts must duck to enter a door. After struggling for years to live with the guilt over his teenage girlfriend's death, he wants to apologize, but how? Can the dead hear?

To ease his pain Adam can't avoid jumping to the defense of anyone in need; unfortunately, his intractable nature mass-produces trouble. He fears for his sanity when in his dreams he begins to meet a Native American holy man. Adam learns that life is not all there is.




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Walsh is a travel writer. He and his wife have had a 30 year career which includes experience gained from four years of compiling a major portion of the Mobil Travel Guide, plus knowledge derived from writing sections of guide books.

Walsh along with her husband is a travel writer with a 30 year career which includes experience gained from four years of compiling a major portion of the Mobil Travel Guide.

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