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Survivor of the Clan
A roar of motorcycles disturbs a peaceful congregation leaving church on an Easter Sunday outside Edinburgh Scotland. One of the motorcyclists assassinates geneticist Dr. Kyle Locke, while another abducts his daughter, Amelia, leaving a gawking crowd of worshippers. Wife and mother, Shelby Locke witnesses her entire life taken from her in one instant.
Scottish police cannot find a trace of the assailants, and Shelby’s father esteemed geneticist Dr. Ian Morehead offers little aid in the investigation. When clues arise that lead to Odessa, Ukraine, it is Shelby who steps up the search to find her daughter and her husband’s killer.
Arriving in Odessa offers more questions than answers. Confronted with the suspects, Shelby must face her own past, as a young child, and that of a mysterious woman whom she has striking memories, recollections of a precarious time in the near past. In order to save herself and her daughter, she must find the courage and compassion to face issues that plague mankind and its future, only then can Shelby and Amelia be free.
#suspense #psychological #cloning #genetics #epigenetics #DNA #Scotland #Ukraine #Cossacks
Coming soon - Secrets of a Recovering Loner
Over a lifetime, author Jennifer Ott wrote about and related to characters who walked different paths of loneliness and solitude. Soon the truth of her life dawned on her. She was living in lonerdom, a condition she describes as a loner's self-built kingdom far away from the stresses of daily life. It is a place where many retreat.
Using her own life, and her fictional stories as examples, Jennifer Ott weaves together a holistic perspective of loneliness and isolation, including the wisdom of philosophers, scientists, and psychologists, but most importantly the support of family, friends, guides and teachers.
Secrets of a Recovering Loner is a book meant to motivate and inspire those who have fallen into the well if loneliness and discover the courage and the path back to the social world.
"I really like your sense of humor, and the flow of the book from noticing there is a problem, to traits of a loner, to things that a loner can do. As I have trained to be a grief counselor, your book is a perfect one to read to help those in grief to come out of their cave so to speak and join the real world again and not get trapped in that judgement world."
Author, Grief Counselor
Author, Grief Counselor