Journey to the Center of the Soul: Mysticism Made Simple

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AuthorHouse, Jan 31, 2002 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 440 pages
Abstract Murder is a disturbing psychological suspense tale told from the view points of various characters. The characters speak directly to the reader taking them into the dark recesses of dangerous minds while calling into question the validity of good and evil. If you liked "Pulp Fiction & Silence of the Lambs" then you'll love Abstract Murder which is told in flash forwards, backs, and present time. A high concept thriller not for the faint of heart and one hell of an emotional rollercoaster ride. There are three different killers and you'll get to see what made them that way.

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Francis is a new voice in the chorus of 21st century religion. He is a major spokesman for the Universal Love Movement, founder of the science of "agapology", and has served as religious consultant to Time, Newsweek, and Sixty Minutes.

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