Revised edition of The Gold Scalpel about an unscrupulous surgeon, whose sexual activities and his greed ultimately leads him to self-destruction.
This is a story about Amy who loses her life, and her spirit is taken into the womb of a woman ready to give birth. She is joined to the baby who is born into the world; forgetting about her past life. Tamara, born into the world not realizing her body is being shared by another spirit, finds her soul partner after she herself enters into the spiritual world.
In Greek and Roman mythology, there are three goddesses who control human destiny and life: The first (Clotho) spins the thread of life, the second (Lachesis) determines its length, and the third (Atropos) cuts it off. Carol Ann Wright, who is a non-believer in God, or goddesses for that matter, realizes her destiny in her lifestyle. She works in a busy emergency room as a nurse; however outside of her job she can be reckless in her behaviors.
In Greek and Roman mythology, there are three goddesses who control human destiny and life: the first (Clotho) spins the thread of life, the second (Lachesis) determines its length, and the third (Atropos) cuts it off. Clotho, the goddess of the thread of life, created Samuel Drake, and the length of his existence was determined by the goddess Lachesis. Ultimately, the goddess Atropos decides when the life comes to an end.
The second edition is about a woman, Jane Applebee who decides to move from Denver, Colorado, to Portland, Oregon. What forces were in play to make her want to make such a decision? Was she following her destiny or did Fate have a play in her decision making? She meets a couple in Portland who adopts her as their mother. She in turn adopts them as her children. Possibly the very reason for her move to Portland. Could that possibly be her destiny or had fate something to do with her decision?