Spenser Blake's Secret

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About the author:

John Caris has been a college teacher for thirty-six years, thirty-three of them at City College of San Francisco, where he taught Humanities and English. He has published five books: Spenser Blake’s Secret; Dancing Magicians, A Tale of Psychic Activities; Hermes Beckons, A Tale of Alchemy and Magic; Foundation for a New Consciousness: An Essay on Art, Science, and Meditation; and Reality Inspector, a novel set in San Francisco involving a world championship chess match and computer hacking at the Federal Reserve Bank.

He hosts the website Ye Olde Consciousness Shoppe: 21st Century Insights-Writings and Images at http://westgatehouse.com


Spenser Blake's Secret
 

Authored by John F. Caris

Spenser Blake has a secret about an important early Christian theme: the Jesus-Lazarus affair. Listening to his inner voice, he decides to hire Shasta Garland, author of the popular Peaches Peoples detective novels, to write a story conveying his controversial interpretation of the idea.

Douglas Balentine, renowned biblical scholar, employs Peaches Peoples Investigation Agency to recover a stolen ancient book, the ‘Lazarus Gospel,’ which centers on the Jesus-Lazarus affair. As she searches for the missing manuscript, Peaches realizes she has lost contact with her basic self. Recovering the manuscript is entangled with finding the bedrock of her self-identity. Excelling at surfing cyberspace and psi-space without leaving any tracks, Rafé Courbet and Sandra Kingfisher assist Peaches in her investigation of the stolen manuscript by gathering sensitive and limited access data. They also teach Peaches the best techniques to surf cyberspace and psi-space. Using a special cloaking device and her skill at remote viewing, Peaches recovers the stolen book from Marcus Scarpia, diabolical practitioner of dark magic.

Spenser Blake’s Secret is a provocative and wild ride through the bizarre entanglement of cyberspace and psi-space.




Publication Date:
2016-07-05
ISBN/EAN13:
0960732047 / 9780960732043
Page Count:
200
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Fantasy / Paranormal




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