There he was lying on a slab in the mortuary, due to be cremated the very next day. He was dead—simply dead—oblivious to anything that had occurred or what was yet to occur. Then he actually became aware that he was shivering. It was dark as he opened his eyes, wondering why he was lying naked on a hard table. Then a hand grasped his and raised him to a sitting position. What was happening to him? He will soon learn the answer.
Imagine two men from completely different backgrounds being murdered at different times and locales. The earlier one was already undergoing angelic cleansing when was sent back to the earth to intercept the soul of the second one and become his guardian angel. The two then embarked on a godly mission in the guise of their former selves.
Impeccably researched, grippingly told, filled with eleventh-hour drama, Earl E. Somer's “Project: Second Time Around” reads like a page-turning suspense thriller. It is a book that will terrify anyone who believes in justice and revenge—a book that no American can afford to miss.