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When Kathleen's father died three days before her fifth birthday, she began to experience a connection to the mystical nature of the universe that would set the course for her life. Her father's small library included books by Plato, Spinoza, Nietzsche, Shakespeare and Walt Whitman. Reading these great works and a near-death experience at fourteen inspired her to explore the esoteric and begin writing.

In her twenties, Kathleen was invited to join a group of mediums as a novitiate where she spent two years studying this psychic phenomenon. Now, in the third trimester of her life, she is committed to making a contribution to understanding the spiritual and co-creative nature of human relationships. An exciting and transformative playground!

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If the Moon Had Willow Trees (Detroit Eight Series Book 1)
by Kathleen Hall
Award-winning author of The Otherness Factor takes us to Detroit during the turbulence of the Sixties. Detroit,––July 25, 1967, two days after Detroit cops raid a blind pig (speakeasy) inciting the biggest race riot in American history. Maggie Soulier wakes to a deejay's cry for 'anyone left in the city' to hustle pop to police...
Categories: All Historical Fiction; All Sex & Erotica
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