Past Shadows

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Biographical Publishing Co., Oct 1, 2007 - 232 pages
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This fascinating, thoughtful psychological murder mystery addresses the problems of modern man dealing with the real failure to understand the real meaning of love and will, its sources and its interrelation.Man has long been fascinated with the mind of man and has always been drawn to the deepest recesses of fear. What triggers someone to commit murder?In this mystery, the author allows us to journey with individuals participating in group therapy who are seeking self-discovery that reveals their mysteries, their squalor and their magnificence.As they become suspects in murder, in the face of ongoing mistrust, the characters deal with the multiplicity of love, pathos, tragedy and passion . . . living symbols of our time.The author draws upon her personal clinical wisdom and psychotherapy experience as she explores the minds of the people involved in dealing with the contradictions of the human heart that are exacerbated by violent acts of murder and psychic deceit. It is a riveting novel filled with unforgettable characters where much is not as it seems.
 

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