To Live Again

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AuthorHouse, 1999 - Self-Help - 112 pages
In a time when America shined and the world was expanding its industry, one piano company wanted to build the world's most advanced factory in the city of Indianapolis. The building was the most beautiful structure of its time, but hidden corruption would doom the factory for the rest of time. After the stock market crash of the 1920s, Hinkwellms Piano Factory closed and left only its beautiful structure, shadowed past, and hidden secrets. Almost eighty years later, one man had a vision shared by many, a vision of the perfect dream home. Unlike many who just dream of their ideal home, Jake Helkson began to turn an old factory the grand Hinkwellms Piano Factory into his perfect home. Shortly after restoration, strange events begin to occur in his new home, events that defy explanation. After the housewarming party, one of Jake's guests meets her death, and all clues lead to something in the factory's past as its cause. Destined to find answers, Jake sets out to find out about his home's past, and he meets Helen Spring, the only person who knows the factory's secret. Helen and Jake join forces to unlock clues left by the factory's history to discover what went on the morning after the party.

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Nevada is a pen name for a real and courageous American who fell prey to bad temptations and the addictions of sex, drugs and alcohol.

McClain is a pen name of a real and courageous American who fell prey to bad temptations and the additions of sex, drugs and alcohol.

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