Mind Surfing

Mind Surfing

by Gil Waugh

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A botched surveillance during a drug bust in an abandoned bowling alley leads Karen Simpson, a young Ottawa Police officer to an encounter that changes her life forever.

What readers are saying about Mind Surfing:

"A wonderful adventure that stimulates the mind and soul...I could not put Mind Surfing down as one chapter leaped into the next in an intriguing maze that culminated in a look into my soul. Mind Surfing changed me!"
Robin Brown, B.Sc. (Chemical Engineer)

"Mind Surfing is a great mystery because it epitomizes the human mystery. I love the created world with all of its dual meanings, places and characters; they all feel so vibrant to the reader. I can hardly wait for the next instalment! I read this text over and over again and was enriched by each reading."
Lisa Gross, BSN (Professional Nurse)

"Mind Surfing takes the reader on a journey through different levels of consciousness. The adrenaline rush I experienced throughout my reading of Mind Surfing kept me riveted to the book until the end. This book is the first of a long series of definite successes for Mr. Waugh."
tienne Lizotte, DESS, M.Ps. (Psychologist)

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ISBN-13: 9780595633579
Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date: 11/11/2008
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 196
File size: 790 KB

About the Author

Mr. Waugh has toured as a rock musician; trained as a commercial pilot; conducted missing person, criminal and insurance investigations as a licensed private investigator; and, for the last two decades, has designed, developed, secured and managed corporate computing networks. He is intensely interested in the multidisciplinary approach of cognitive science and its everyday life applications, particularly those with the potential to help improve quality of life for the disabled. He plays an array of musical instruments including the great highland bagpipe and lives a contented life with his wife Olga and their three children somewhere amongst the aromatic cedar trees near Ottawa, Canada's National Capital

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