The Three Souls by Bill Thomas

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The Three Souls is about Johnny Chambers who is falsely convicted of a crime. The time frame is 1961 and Johnny is
in a Texas Penitentiary. While in prison Johnny meets two prisoners who he decides are Vincent Van Gogh and Amadeus Mozart reincarnated. Johnny hatches a plan to let them work on their art in prison while trying to secure release from the Warden. The Warden goes along with the plan for awhile but then decides to take their art and cash in on their talent. Johnny decides it is time to leave the prison and plans an escape to grab their art and leave with the reincarnated prisoners. He enlists help from other inmates and they stowaway on big truck that is leaving the prison. The prison escape is successful, but they have to face the warden and try to recover Johnny's wife, Kitty.
 

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BILL THOMAS is founder of Centric Performance, LLC, providing a strategic framework and practical tools to organizations committed to enhancing their customer focus and value chain partnerships. Thomas is the creator of the Customer Focus Maturity Model®, the first model to identify both the external and internal stages a company goes through, and techniques they use, to optimize the profitability of their customer/supplier relationships. Thomas has worked with dozens of organizations in their customer focus efforts and has designed and implemented long-term customer focus strategies and processes for many of them.JEFF TOBE is a Certified Speaking Professional who was chosen as "one of the top 15 speakers in North America" by readers of Meetings and Conventions magazine. As the founder of Coloring Outside the Lines, Tobe teaches organizations how to think more creatively when it comes to designing and implementing the ideal customer experience. He is a frequent guest on business radio shows and podcasts and has been seen on NBC, Fox News, and local stations across the country.
 
Published October 15, 2012 by BookBaby. 118 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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One book talked about people who took on the ego and personality of someone from the past.” With those bizarre sentences, a book that started out like a Johnny Cash song—a realistic but fairly clichéd one—turns into a book in which the souls of Mozart (Madejas) and Van Gogh (LePugh) are now incar...

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