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   Mind Surfing, by Gil Waugh  
 
  Novel, first publication in November 2008
 
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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." Étienne Lizotte, DESS, M.Ps. (Psychologist)

     
     
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  • Canada
  • Cops - Sheriff
  • Drugs - Narcotics - Addiction - Psychoactive Substances

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