Monday, April 29, 2013


 JD Phillips' new book, IN THE CALM, published by Angelic Knight Press, is now out in ebook and paperback. This is a story of love, murder, ghosts, and the Titanic. Wow! There is everything to love and nothing to sneer at in this great tale. Buy it today! 




Book Description

April 11, 2013
After the brutal murder of her lover in their own home, writer Dani Morgan is looking for a place to hide and lick her wounds. She finds herself drawn to a house called Harlane—a house that seems oddly familiar, even though she’s never been there before. Once in residence, she’s plagued by realistic dreams of a past that isn’t her own, as well as ghostly visitations. Unable to concentrate on her novel, she’s drawn instead into a mystery dating back to 1912 and the tragic voyage of the Titanic. She’ll discover love never dies; it simply waits to be reborn.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Interesting combination of fact & fiction April 29, 2013
Grief stricken author, Dani Morgan, escapes to a new location to try to put her life back together after the murder of her boyfriend. With the help of her agent/friend, she finds a farm house to rent on top of a cliff by the ocean. She soon discovers from the town's people that there is a history that goes with the old house and the previous occupant. Soon after that she experiences dreams that feel like memories. In her research on the house, she discovers a connection to the Titanic and with the help of a psychic in a New Age store discovers through past life regression that she was on the Titanic when it sank and the dreams really are memories. The descriptions of the Titanic and the historical facts revealed about it are not new; anyone familiar with the Titanic will have heard them before, but they are written into the story in a skillful and respectful way that allows the reader to share the character's experiences as though you were experiencing them yourself. It also provides a view of the effect on the lives of those who lost someone on the Titanic when the body was never found or identified. The ending was a bit of a surprise to me - no spoilers given here - you'll have to read it to see for yourself. Once again JD Phillips has made me think of possibilities I can only imagine. I bought the Kindle version first and now have the paperback to add to my collection of JD's books - I own them all.


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