Shackled by Marie Monroe
More Than One Life A Novel

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"Rema Swenson's conflicted life, and the six people drawn to her, discover they have all been together before in a spectacular past life. The emotionally woven plot, entwined with personal growth teachings, offers a surprising outcome.
 
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What if family and friends—even enemies move with us from one life to the next? Do we have free choice to come back again?
It’s August, 1970, in Miami. Rema Swenson, a grieving 40 year-old widow infatuated with a homeless man, agrees to raise an abandoned newborn he found in Dead Man’s Alley.
The plot focuses on six people and what compels them to seek out Rema. Past life regression therapy proves they have all been together during a Mongolian uprising in China in 1340 A.D. The abandoned boy grows up. He becomes a doctor and is obsessed to find his birth mother. Rema is prey to a vicious scheme and shot. Yet, she survives a grand jury investigation for poisoning three people."
 

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Published May 1, 2007 by AuthorHouse. 502 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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