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Sinopsis: Genealogy Professor Jonas A. Worthy happens upon a ghostly chapel set in the coastal hills along California State Highway One, while seeking shelter during a particularly severe night time February storm. Upon investigation of the strangely glowing sanctuary, Worthy meets its lone denizen: the ghost of a 19th century Scottish Quaker adventurer named Anton Sinclair. At his sudden death in 1821, Sinclair found himself suddenly separated from new wife, the restless Costanoan woman named Miraya. Instead, he had been condemned to haunt the tiny chapel, without knowing the reason for his sentence, or the means for ending it.
About the Author: Paul D. Buchanan is a historian, a naturalist, a student of metaphysics and mythology, a licensed counselor, a former lay minister, and a social worker. He has worked for the last thirteen years as a social worker in California, and has maintained a practice as a Marriage, Family, and Child Counselor.
A professional writer, Buchanan's "day job" provides insight into the personalities and behaviors he has researched and portrayed in his writings. A professional author, publisher, editor, and writer for fifteen years, Buchanan's works include:
Título: The Third Mission
Editorial: Denlingers Pub Ltd
Año de publicación: 2002
Condición del libro: Brand New
Descripción Denlingers Pub Ltd, 2002. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0877142580