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White Crow - Cray, Harry
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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: Youwriteon, 258 Seiten, L=127mm, B=203mm, H=15mm, Gew.=281gr, [GR: 21200 - TB/Belletristik/Kriminalromane], [SW: - Fiction - Mystery / Detective], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: Some years ago, a child died; he was burned alive while hiding in an oven. Just a tragic accident, they said. But that was all in the past ...In present-day Florida, Sophie Nesbitt is five years old. At first, she appears to be like any other child of her age. But, she sometimes tells her parents strange things. Then, while on holiday with her father David's in-laws in the Elizabethan family home in England, she tells them tales of other-worldly experiences. Her father believes that these are recollections from previous incarnations. So, he enlists the parapsychologist Professor Haraldsson to prove that her experiences are signs of reincarnation. The tales she tells speak of many things; they speak of an ancient cult that practiced human sacrifice by fire, and of murder. In one, she recalls the murderer's name, and the place where the crime took place. The professor investigates some of the details as recalled by Sophie. The resulting revelations lead to a dramatic climax, which although violent and tragic, finally yields to unexpected redemption. Some years ago, a child died; he was burned alive while hiding in an oven. Just a tragic accident, they said. But that was all in the past ...In present-day Florida, Sophie Nesbitt is five years old. At first, she appears to be like any other child of her age. But, she sometimes tells her parents strange things. Then, while on holiday with her father David's in-laws in the Elizabethan family home in England, she tells them tales of other-worldly experiences. Her father believes that these are recollections from previous incarnations. So, he enlists the parapsychologist Professor Haraldsson to prove that her experiences are signs of reincarnation. The tales she tells speak of many things; they speak of an ancient cult that practiced human sacrifice by fire, and of murder. In one, she recalls the murderer's name, and the place where the crime took place. The professor investigates some of the details as recalled by Sophie. The resulting revelations lead to a dramatic climax, which although violent and tragic, finally yields to unexpected redemption.

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: Youwriteon], Some years ago, a child died; he was burned alive while hiding in an oven. Just a tragic accident, they said. But that was all in the past ...In present-day Florida, Sophie Nesbitt is five years old. At first, she appears to be like any other child of her age. But, she sometimes tells her parents strange things. Then, while on holiday with her father David's in-laws in the Elizabethan family home in England, she tells them tales of other-worldly experiences. Her father believes that these are recollections from previous incarnations. So, he enlists the parapsychologist Professor Haraldsson to prove that her experiences are signs of reincarnation. The tales she tells speak of many things; they speak of an ancient cult that practiced human sacrifice by fire, and of murder. In one, she recalls the murderer's name, and the place where the crime took place. The professor investigates some of the details as recalled by Sophie. The resulting revelations lead to a dramatic climax, which although violent and tragic, finally yields to unexpected redemption. Versandfertig in 6-10 Tagen, [SC: 0.00]

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Some years ago, a child died; he was burned alive while hiding in an oven. Just a tragic accident, they said. But that was all in the past ...In present-day Florida, Sophie Nesbitt is five years old. At first, she appears to be like any other child of her age. But, she sometimes tells her parents strange things. Then, while on holiday with her father David's in-laws in the Elizabethan family home in England, she tells them tales of other-worldly experiences. Her father believes that these are recollections from previous incarnations. So, he enlists the parapsychologist Professor Haraldsson to prove that her experiences are signs of reincarnation. The tales she tells speak of many things; they speak of an ancient cult that practiced human sacrifice by fire, and of murder. In one, she recalls the murderer's name, and the place where the crime took place. The professor investigates some of the details as recalled by Sophie. The resulting revelations lead to a dramatic climax, which although violent and tragic, finally yields to unexpected redemption.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781849234917
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1849234914
Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2009
Editeur: Youwriteon
258 Pages
Poids: 0,281 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 1849234914

ISBN - Autres types d'écriture:
1-84923-491-4, 978-1-84923-491-7


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