|About the Book|
Erik Zukor is a soldier killed in World War II. Sarah, his grief-stricken wife, learns of a child who claims that he has memories of a previous life as Erik and that he is her husband reborn! After skeptics dismiss the claim, Sarah turns to JohnMoreErik Zukor is a soldier killed in World War II. Sarah, his grief-stricken wife, learns of a child who claims that he has memories of a previous life as Erik and that he is her husband reborn! After skeptics dismiss the claim, Sarah turns to John Aldrich, the worlds most famous authority on reincarnation, to confirm the validity of the childs story. Although dying, he agrees and, racing against time, must use all of his meticulous research methods and a special test to find out whether the childs claim is an elaborate hoax or an authentic case. Meanwhile Sarah becomes the prey of a hunter bent on her death. The roots of the situation are dark and tangled with lies, revenge, a hotly contested handwritten will, the paranormal and its skeptics and varied and complex characters. Then unexpected developments turn the case upside down. Readers will learn about reincarnation and India as they accompany Aldrich on his investigations of cases of children who have memories of previous lives. This is also a must-read story for readers who want to know how a claim of reincarnation is scientifically investigated. The author, co-editor of Reincarnation: Fact or Fable?, also is President of the Survival Research Foundation. Drawing on his thirty years of research and knowledge of reincarnation investigations, Bergers readable, highly informative and fascinating story is written with the thoroughness and thoughtfulness that characterized Bergers other books, such as Lives and Lives and Letters in American Parapsychology described as superb by Parapsychology Review and selected by Choice for its outstanding academic list.