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What is a soul? What makes one soul different from another? What happens to the soul when a person dies?

Lifesigns follows the journey of Dr. Elizabeth McClellan as she searches for answers to these ancient questions. Grounded in science, Elizabeth had never believed in paranormal activity. That conviction changes when shadows of past lives break into her present life. Everywhere she turns, signs suddenly appear and every answer she uncovers only produces more questions.

This labyrinth of cryptic messages takes Elizabeth to Louisville Kentucky and across the ocean to England as she chases the specters that invade even her sleep. By the end of Lifesigns, you, too, will view the world around you in a different way.

 

 

Your novel Lifesigns is a fascinating story. It encompasses both the present and a fine understanding of past history. Your attention to detail regarding customs and lifestyles of the Victorian era is appreciated. How you thread the two together is interesting and entertaining. This was a book I was always trying to second guess, but couldn't.  The ending definitely warrants a sequel.

Thanks for the enjoyable read,

Phillip E. Fresno, Ca.

 

Lifesigns has made me take a closer look at my own life's journey...at myself and those people and events that have made me who I am. This book certainly makes me considert "deja vu" moments in a completely different light.  And as for those times when I look at someone and ask "have we met before"...hmmm...I wonder?

Sue F. Cambria, Ca.

 

Forget about your plans for the day & prepare to get lost in Lifesigns. This was a book I could not put down until I was done. The attention to detail makes you feel like you are taking the journey with Elizabeth. The end leaves you wanting to continue the journey. A must read!

Heather K. Gilroy, Ca.

 

Lifesigns wove a thread of events that held my interest as I followed the characters through contemporary and past life experiences. It was a good reminder to pay attention to the subtle underlying events that present themselves in the form of intuition, dreams and the illusive form of inner knowing.

Kristie M. Cave Junction,Or.

 

I loved the relationships in Lifesigns, especially between the main character and her best friend. I could relate to them because they were the way real families are. It's a 'feel good' book and the marvelous descriptions gave me picture after picture of Elizabeth's travels through time and place. I can't wait to share it with my friends.

Anne B. Houston, Tx.

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