The Touch

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Janr was having recurrent dreams of a beautiful redhead he had never known. He had to get her out of his mind and focus on the DARPA tracking software he was writing. Janr would soon learn, what any massage therapist knows, that memories are not just in your head. His dream lady's death, over 300 years ago, would become part of his life, in a way he could never have imagined! More

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About Janr Ssor

Janr Ssor is a Nom De Plume for Dr Joseph A Ross and Janr is a hero of our stories. In reality, Dr Ross has been writing science fiction, mysticism, medical educational materials and software for nearly 40 years.

Dr Ross created the concept of Holistic Vision Care and founded He later designed and programmed both medical software which allows the diagnosis of systemic health problems through the eyes as well as anti-spam software. This was distributed through his software company,

Dr Ross is a community leader who was a co-founder of - a group of holistic healers who share innovative healing techniques each month and - A think tank for creative local business leaders.

Dr Ross has spent many years studying mysticism, energy medicine, theology, and is a perennial student of science especially in the areas of physics.

His hobbies are computers, motorcycles, bicycle riding and, of course, writing.

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Review by: Anne Crandon on April 6, 2012 :
I would give this 6 Stars! I just read this story on-line here at Smashwords (free is nice!). I have read two other books by this author. I have personally had an experience something like this story but not as dramatic as this was. I am going to bet there is truth to this story. In any case for 15 or so pages, DARNED GOOD! I wish I had a facebook or twitter page so I could review this book. Read It! You will love it! And it is free!
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Review by: Balan Farquhar on April 6, 2012 :
I downloaded this story from a friend, who got it here, since it is free. I happen to like short stories rather than Novels. This was Excellent! I used to read a lot of Sherlock Holmes because they are short. This is short but it has an amazing amount of details in its 10 or so pages. Great conclusion too! Really left me thinking. It took me a longer time to read then I expected because it had so much to think about in a short time frame. What really surprised me is my wife loved it and she does not usually read Sci-fi.
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