The soul is eternal, and no more so than in Steve Lindahl's White Horse Regressions. It is the story of a group of individuals destined to share their lives throughout time, be it in ancient China during the Han dynasty, in 19th-century London during Jack the Ripper's reign of terror, or in a small town rocked by murder in present-day Vermont. It's been almost a year since Hannah Hersman's girlfriend was killed, and the police still have no leads, no suspects, and no one in custody.
Emily Vinson's entire life was impacted by the loss of her mother when she was two years old. At 82, Emily contacts a hypnotist hoping to draw out hidden memories and discover as much as possible about the short time she spent with the woman who gave her life. Glen Wiley, the hypnotist, teaches her more about herself than she had expected. He helps her bring out memories of many past lives, including an experience that took place on a smoke filled battlefield.