T R AN SC END IN G T IM E AN D D E AT H T O R I G HT A C E N TURI ES O L D W R ON G . . .

“I was mesmerized! This book is a doorway into new realities. It interweaves history, philosophy, medicine, and some of the greatest forces in human life. This is new fiction at its best, full of realism, magic and things to make us think hard about our world.” —TOM V. MORRIS, PHD, FORMER PROFESSOR, NOTRE DAME, AND AUTHOR,
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he psychiatric community has confused Empathic personality traits with mental illness with tragic results, leading two Empaths— Francis Nettleton and Katherine Spencer—who live three hundred years apart, on personal journeys to learn the true nature of Empathy. Transcending time and death to right a centuries-old wrong, they inadvertently uncover a multibillion dollar conspiracy in which millions of Americans are being misdiagnosed and drugged for no other reason than the enormous income they generate.

Finding Emmaus is an intricate, meticulously researched, deeply disturbing, suspenseful tale of love and sacrifice, obsession and the abuse of power, and the indisputable human right of free will. It is a story with a cast of characters who will keep you guessing as to what they will do and what choices they will make as they weave in and out of the story and each other’s lives. Finding Emmaus, book one of The Lodestarre series, is a complex, dark historic fantasy about human frailties, courage, and a determination to live a life that matters.

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Finding Emmaus: The Lodestarre Pamela Glasner 978-1-934572-33-7 US $24.95 Hardcover

432 pgs October 2009 Fiction/Fantasy/ Historical Emerald Book Company www.lodestarre.com

Pamela Glasner holds a bachelor’s degree in English and secondary education from Eastern Connecticut State University, and, in addition to writing, she loves losing herself in research, fine red wine, public speaking, and London, England . . . though not necessarily in that order. Now residing in rural Connecticut, Pamela is presently at work on her second novel, book two of the Lodestarre series.

Available via Ingram, Baker & Taylor, and directly from Emerald Book Company (800.932.5420)

P Box 91869, Austin, Texas 78709 .O.

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