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Yesterday People: Book 3 of the Past Life Series Terri Herman-Poncé

Yesterday People: Book 3 of the Past Life Series

Terri Herman-Poncé

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David Bellotti’s only focus is to find his abducted twelve-year old daughter. When he sees her on a news segment with her captor, a renowned archaeologist who’s made a major discovery, David sets out to bring her back home. But the search leads himMoreDavid Bellotti’s only focus is to find his abducted twelve-year old daughter. When he sees her on a news segment with her captor, a renowned archaeologist who’s made a major discovery, David sets out to bring her back home. But the search leads him to a secret message that could alter man’s history forever.A message David and his daughter inscribed twelve-thousand years ago.A message that will prove dangerous in the wrong hands.Protecting this powerful information seems simple until David realizes some people will use his daughter against him to get it, at whatever the cost. Now David must make a choice. Protect mankind from a secret past that must remain hidden, or save his little girl.What readers are saying about IN THIS LIFE and COVET, Books 1 and 2 of the Past Life Series:Hank Phillippi Ryan, Agatha, Anthony and Macavity-winning author, calls this paranormal suspense inventive, original and thought-provoking- this mystically romantic mystery will instantly intrigue.WiLoveBooks on this psychic mystery series and getting a second chance: “Riveting…had trouble putting the book down.”The Reading Café calls this historical, vengeful suspense: “Fast paced, well-written…amazing and will keep you on the proverbial edge of your seat.Hesperia Loves Books about this metaphysical romance: “evocative, sensual, engaging…thoroughly addictive.”Author Deborah O’Neill Cordes calls this Paleolithic reincarnation story a “page-turning mystery… positively Hitchcockian in its ability to keep me guessing.”