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Journey Into The Past

4.67  ·  Rating Details  ·  3 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
When fate decrees that the paths of a vacationing American architect and a retired German businessman cross, the soul-mates embark on a journey through time that takes them into the past, a journey triggered by a series of mysterious, hidden love notes written centuries before. Would this be the lifetime their love would finally be allowed?
Paperback, 222 pages
Published May 20th 2009 by All Things That Matter Press
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Jun 19, 2009 Malcolm rated it really liked it
The castle ruins and wine villages of Germany's Palatinate region comprise the setting for a sudden romance between San Francisco architect Heather Wilson and retired business consultant Johann Hess in Abe F. March's charming and gently told "Journey Into the Past."

Heather Wilson needs a long vacation after finishing a massive project and, while she has tickets to Tahiti, a poster-sized photograph of Landeck Castle in the cubicle of one the firm's new employees suddenly changes her travel destin
Sep 30, 2009 Abe rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
Heather Wilson, a successful architect, needed time off from work and a chance to recover from a relationship gone sour. The poster of a 12th century castle helped her decide to make a trip to Germany and visit this castle. On the drawbridge to the castle she meets Hans Hess, a retired American businessman who lives nearby. As they discuss the castle, their hands touch an ancient stone and they are briefly catapulted back in time. As Heather explores the castle she finds a note but can’t transla ...more
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My first book, "To Beirut and Back," is a true story. It begins with an entrepreneurial journey that ends in Beirut, Lebanon. Getting caught up in Lebanon's civil war and being forced to leave after the 27th cease-fire covers abduction, devastation and financial ruin. Returning a year later seeking a comeback gives the reader insights about the people of the region and their
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