gave up what many would consider a dream career - VP Manager
of International Private Banking.
Her role was to help wealthy and powerful people protect
their riches - a recurring theme that was about to appear in her life
a new and different way.
A very common
destination - a bookstore - presented an uncommon experience,
when a book fell on her head.
account of thirteenth century France and the destruction of
the Cathars (also known as "the good people"), plunged
her into another world which once again involved
wealthy and powerful people.
She began writing a book about an
described in the recorded transcripts of the Inquisition as a
treasure "... so powerful as to transform the world."
(sequel to Past Recall)
tells the story of Dana Palmer, photographer, and Eric
Taylor, writer, sent to France to create a series investigating
the recent resurgence of interest in the Cathars.
a connection beyond time, they reunite with past souls -
Pierre, Professor Marty and Veronique - to begin translating the powerful message hidden in the parchments
known as the Cathar Treasure.
and desperation grow as the Overseer, who heads up the enigmatic "Q"
project for the Vatican, checkmates their every move.
On a trip
to Marseille to photograph Mary Magdalene's life in France,
Dana is guided to find the relics of Jesus. She is kidnapped
by a demagogic coalition including the Overseer, right-wing
clergy, and a U.S. Senator seeking the Presidency.
Dana fears for the fate of the world on learning that their
plans include stem cell research to clone DNA from the
bloodline of Jesus and
manufacture a "Second Coming of Christ".
This exceptional novel
blends 13th century secrets
of the Cathars with a very
Author of The Village Banker
became entranced by the Cathars and dedicated to writing
about their history. It begins in the novel,
Recall" and continues in "The Cathar Legacy"
which brings the mystery of the Cathar Treasure to a powerful
conclusion. It also offers a beguiling premonition about our
future. Click here to learn more.
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