The Resurrection of Hannah by Kathryne Arnold

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    This book covers paranormal themes as well as touches the possibilities of reincarnation. There is something magical to this tale told by Kathryne Arnold. She has done a marvelous job with wording this story, and keeping you on the edge of your seat.

    Samantha Clark is fast approaching a crossroads in her life, she just doesn’t know it yet. In her late thirties, single, and caught up in the hustle of everyday life, she is disenchanted with her predictable lifestyle as a psychotherapist on the west coast of Florida. “Sammi” begins to experience troubling physical symptoms and turns to alternative medicine in her quest for answers.

    Through experimentation and curiosity, startling events begin to unfold, revealing a dream world where she becomes transfixed by an overpowering spiritual connection. This unlikely teacher shows Sammi how to move beyond her physical self, to be open to other levels of existence, to break free from the emotional bonds that hold her back.

    As an exciting relationship blossoms in her present life, Sammi stumbles upon a centuries-old past, forcing her to examine personal beliefs as she struggles to stay adrift in both worlds. Held spellbound by her extraordinary history, she retraces her past life, discovering that it holds the key to her current dilemmas.

    She soon becomes entangled in a mysterious murder from which there is no turning back. Sammi must now solve the crime in order to cut the cord that binds her to a long-ago past, freeing her at last to live fully in the present.

    Review by lmckeogh:

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    I found myself becoming completely absorbed in The Resurrection of Hannah. It was as if the author had taken me along this amazing journey with her characters and I became a part of the story.

    This is the kind of book that gives you no choice but to explore the idea of past life; to tap into your own spirituality and to question and wonder about the synchronicity of life and the people you meet along your path.

    I found myself thinking about the characters long after I had put the book down and I look forward with sweet anticipation to the next book by this most talented author.

    Review by Paige Clendenin:

    The Resurrection of Hannah is an amazing heart pounding story of discovery. Samantha Clark, our main character is faced with some crazy dreams. Being a physiotherapist, Samantha know that most dreams have meaning, and she even attends a dream interpretation group each month. When she began having some very active nightly encounters in her dreams, she felt there was a little more involved in her dream filled sleep.

    This book covers paranormal themes as well as touches the possibilities of reincarnation. There is something magical to this tale told by Kathryne Arnold. She has done a marvelous job with wording this story, and keeping you on the edge of your seat. From the start, you are captivated, and that captivation only escalades through each chapter.

    Samantha believes in a more pure way of taking care of the sick, and because of that, she has love and compassion for people and their circumstances. Because of this, when Hannah shows up, it changes Samantha’s life. In this tale of an undissolved murder from years ago, with no resolve to who did it, can Samantha do anything about it?

    This is Kathryne Arnold’s first novel, and I would have to admit that she has done a beautiful job. I look forward to reading more of her work, and am currently working on the sequel in the Samantha Clark Mystery Series “The Fear of Things to Come”.

    Because I write for a family friendly site, I must mention that there are some scenes in this book that are a little graphic in explanation. This however does not change my review or opinion of this book, I would tell anyone looking for a paranormal thriller, to read this wonderful book by Kathryne Arnold.