Not quite ‘Dante’s Inferno’, this is the odious account of Jacob Marley’s death. A man in total denial of his demise, that is, until the sound of the soil hits the top of his casket. Vince Graham twists this macabre account into the joyous tale of Ebenezer Scrooge and his return to the world of the living. This book takes us from the distant past where we fi nd two spirits willing, to the near future to discover how the ghost of Marley conjures an apparition who will steer Scrooge off the path of damnation and into a love that is patiently waiting. This is a story that ends with a message, but only for those who fi nd the way and have learned to let go of their ego.
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