Through the Third Eye; Book 1 of Third Eye Trilogy

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A fast-moving thriller where Clay and Shali seek ancient documents hidden since the beginning of time. Using CIA parapsychology past life regression techniques, they locate the ancient knowledge after a harrowing journey around the world. They try to reveal the secrets but a dangerous and unknown force is trying to stop them. Your world may look different after this thought-provoking thriller. More
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About Bob Frank

Raised on an Iowa farm, Bob spent his summer afternoons in corn fields daydreaming of adventures in faraway lands. At seventeen, while war raged in Southeast Asia, he joined the Army and graduated from West Point as an airborne paratrooper. But his years of duty were spent staring at Russian machine guns during the Cold War.

Much of the next twenty years saw him as a road warrior for an oil company traveling to every God forsaken corner of the world: Nigerian savannas, Saudi Arabian deserts, Sumatran jungles of Indonesia -- and even Bakersfield, California.

Always known for fantastic storytelling, Bob kept the entire office intrigued and rolling with laughter from his adventures. He finally ended his travels and set on a path to deliver the Third Eye Trilogy.

THERAPIST & IANDS
When first writing the Trilogy, he had difficulty accurately describing past life regressions from the eyes of both the practitioner and the subject. So he went back to school and became a certified and registered hypnotherapist, specializing in past life regressions. He actively performs past life regressions similar to what Clay and Shali did in the Third Eye Trilogy.

Bob serves on the Board of Directors of the 35 year old International Association for Near Death Studies (IANDS). After working with hypnotherapy to access the inner mind, his interests in this area drove him to work with studies for aiding people who have died and returned from the "other side". Dealing with so many "enlightened" individuals has tremendously opened his eyes to the real world around us; often not the one that we are led to believe.

Pen Name:
Books 1 and 2 were written under the pen name Lynn Boston to shield his interests from his role as Vice President of a Fortune 500 company. He no longer carries that burden and now uses his real name. It was "out of the closet" for him.

Phoenix, Arizona is home, where he enjoys three seasons of the year.

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Reviews

Review by: Tana on Dec. 18, 2011 :
Through the Third Eye by Lynn Boston

This is the first book in the Third Eye Trilogy; I would say this would be classified as Mystery/thriller/Suspense. The story is told in the third person but the main points of view are by the two main characters Shali and Clay. The writing is good, I typically don’t read too many books in this genre as the historical part is not one of my favourites, but it sure did open my eyes to new possibilities.

There is a lot going on in this book, past life regression, treasure hunters, mystery, suspense and the historical part of the book ends up fascinating to me. Even though you know this book is fiction the amount of work the author had to research for this book is amazing.

Not to write any spoilers I would say briefly this is a book about two people searching for ancient documents and using any means they can to find them. As Treasure Hunters Clay believes this is The Big One....but they are people out there who do not want these ancient documents found, as it could change the world.

The book is interesting and a new concept to me I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a well thought out suspense/thriller /mystery novel. If you were a fan of books like the Da Vinci Code this book is right up your alley.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Tana on Dec. 18, 2011 :
Through the Third Eye by Lynn Boston

This is the first book in the Third Eye Trilogy; I would say this would be classified as Mystery/thriller/Suspense. The story is told in the third person but the main points of view are by the two main characters Shali and Clay. The writing is good, I typically don’t read too many books in this genre as the historical part is not one of my favourites, but it sure did open my eyes to new possibilities.

There is a lot going on in this book, past life regression, treasure hunters, mystery, suspense and the historical part of the book ends up fascinating to me. Even though you know this book is fiction the amount of work the author had to research for this book is amazing.

Not to write any spoilers I would say briefly this is a book about two people searching for ancient documents and using any means they can to find them. As Treasure Hunters Clay believes this is The Big One....but they are people out there who do not want these ancient documents found, as it could change the world.

The book is interesting and a new concept to me I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a well thought out suspense/thriller /mystery novel. If you were a fan of books like the Da Vinci Code this book is right up your alley.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Anjalee Carey on Nov. 22, 2011 :
I thoroughly enjoyed 'Through the Third Eye' from both a personal and professional point of view. It gives a lot of food for thought and left me wondering how much of the fiction might well be true, especially as the book echoes my own thoughts about the 'lineage' of certain historical figures. I also appreciated the inventive way he overcame the problem of getting people to 'see' through their Third Eye - if only!

If you enjoyed the pace of 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' and the unfolding mystery in 'The Da Vinci Code', this is one not to miss. Personally, I can't wait for the second in the trilogy!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Belindapastlives on Oct. 28, 2011 : (no rating)
Thoroughly enjoyed the book could not put it down. Hope next one in the series is coming out soon. From sunny South Africa
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Dennis Martin on Sep. 12, 2011 :
I found the book fascinating and well written. The pace kept you wondering what was going to happen next. I can't wait for the next book in the series. Hope it won't be too long a wait...
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Marissa LaDuke on Aug. 17, 2011 :
First off I think that the cover design is amazing and who ever did it, did and absolutely amazing job. And secondly the book was also amazing.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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