Reincarnation: A Selected Annotated Bibliography

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Greenwood Press, Jan 1, 1996 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 327 pages
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Over 500 books are described. Each entry includes full bibliographic information, a description of the contents, and additionally, in most cases, an excerpt is included that gives the flavor of the book. Pro- and anti-reincarnation sources are featured for this highly controversial subject. An appendix lists organizations that are concerned with reincarnation. This will be of interest to religious scholars and students and anyone interested in this fascinating topic.

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Lynn Kear earned her Ph.D. from Georgia State University and taught communication courses before turning her attention to writing crime fiction. This is her twelfth book. She is also the author of TIGHTER, TIGHTER, and RELATIVE INNOCENCE, two crime novels that take place in St. James, a small Illinois suburb nestled on the banks of a river.

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