Finders Seekersby Gail Harris
Network TV correspondent Shannon Tyler didn’t have time to consider life’s biggest questions … until scheming colleagues and a management change send her promising career into a nosedive. Shannon retreats first to London and then the Cotswolds to start over, where she is rocked by flashes of another
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Network TV correspondent Shannon Tyler didn’t have time to consider life’s biggest questions … until scheming colleagues and a management change send her promising career into a nosedive. Shannon retreats first to London and then the Cotswolds to start over, where she is rocked by flashes of another lifetime and a puzzling but powerful connection to her charismatic landlord. As her life seems to fall apart again, a desperate Shannon has to let go of everything she thought was true in her search to discover who she really is. Reconnecting with the mysterious teacher she met on assignment reveals profound insights and spiritual tools to rekindle her intuitive abilities, claim her power, and provide the road map for the life she was born to live.
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Meet the Author
In 1971 GAIL HARRI S became one of the first television anchorwomen in the USA. She went
on to become a National Emmy Award-winning journalist and correspondent/host for PBS, NPR,
and ABC News, Nightline. As creator, producer, and host of the “Body & Soul” series on PBS and
companion book, she discovered the spiritual practices that she now incorporates into her work
as a teacher, lecturer, and executive coach.
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There was a time when I thought of the value of novels with a spiritual premise, and I tended to roll my eyes, but Gail Harris' Finders Seekers changed all that. This book opened my eyes with a wonderful love story, part mystery, part romance, with spiritual tools that are so seamlessly woven into the story they are never “in your face” at all. Diving into this novel was surprisingly refreshing, and once I started reading I couldn’t put it down. I thoroughly enjoyed Finders Seekers and hope to see more from Gail Harris in the future.