8 January 2010

Private Lives


Author releases intriguing new novel about flashbacks to the battle of Britain and Napoleonic wars.

The Plot
One man three lives two wars and a terrorist plot spread over three centuries. New York industrialist Charlie Parker tries to dismiss flashbacks to his earlier lives as a rifleman in the Napoleonic wars and a RAF pilot in the 1940 Battle of Britain as mental aberrations. Right now he needs to concentrate on why his youngest daughter has been abducted by Al-Qa’ida terrorists. She was kidnapped a few weeks before the family Trust Company is holding its Centenary Celebration at Carnegie Hall. There has to be a link but so far the security forces have been unable to come up with an answer. But no-matter how he tries to ignore them the flashbacks increase in intensity until he finds himself living past and present almost simultaneously. Determined to discover once and for all if any proof exists that might verify these aberrations, he flies to England to explore the area where the last life took place.

Private Lives


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1 comment:

  1. Is Reincarnation such a crazy idea

    Have we lived before


    Have we lived before, do we all have other life experiences we no longer remember. It is certainly a compelling possibility and one that I have chosen as the theme in my new book Private Lives.

    The concept of reincarnation, that of an individual dying and then being reborn into another body, has existed in various religions for at least 3,000 years. It has now spread to the point that there are probably more people alive who believe in reincarnation than do not. Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism are all believers. As was Christianity until Emperor Constantine converted to that religion with far reaching results, culminating in 2nd Council of Constantinople of 553 A. D. which declared reincarnation a heresy and the doctrine of reincarnation was officially banished by the Christian Church.

    But despite their heavenly aspirations, religions are apt to restrict themselves to dogma and an earthly view, while the real enigma confronting us has to be the mysteries of the Cosmos and the prospect of possible universes beyond. Mankind as an early specie has been around for a maximum of five million years, less than a second in universal terms. But then does time exist? It is said we can’t see time, only experience it. We can’t measure time, only define it. According to Einstein if an object travelling at the speed of light leaves and returns to Earth five years later, fifteen thousand years would have passed in the interim period. Similarly though we live in a three dimensional world why should that preclude the possibility of four, ten or a hundred further dimensions, all existing in the same space but vibrating at different speeds and levels to be invisible to one another. When confronted by such tantalizing possibilities together with an ocean of the unknown stretching to an horizon too distant to be seen is the prospect of previous lives so hard to accept.

    Caesar, Napoleon and General Patton believed in reincarnation. As did Goethe, Mark Twain, Wordsworth and Tolstoy. Not forgetting Benjamin Franklin, Albert Schweitzer, Carl Jung, Voltaire, Henry Ford, Gandhi and many more. I am certainly tempted in that direction hence the book. I hope you enjoy it.

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