Corridors in Time by Andre St. Jorre
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"In the streets of wintry London, people scurry about in the cold wind, anxious to return to their warm fire places. An old man shuffles along—his hands and feet crippled by age, his breath labored, and his thoughts occupied by his unappreciated work at the University of London. As Arthur washes down a handful of pain pills with brandy, he enters a dark tunnel with only one wish—to die. But as he falls and begins twitching, Arthur soon realizes that someone else has a diff erent plan for him.

Arthur is unwillingly swept back in time, where he soon discovers he is a medical doctor attempting to save lives in the midst of World War I. As chaos abounds, Arthur must not only treat the severely wounded, but also the soldiers who suff er from cholera, dysentery, and malnutrition. But just as Arthur becomes comfortable with his surroundings, he is transported back in time once again to another war. As Arthur immerses himself in his work once again, a beautiful nurse sets about changing his destiny forever.

In this historical tale, a man on an unforgettable journey through time soon learns more about himself than he ever could have imagined as he slowly realizes the incredible power of love."

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Published April 26, 2012 by iUniverse. 69 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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