David C. Swenson has been interested in spiritual and religious matters since his teen years. A retired bank president, David currently lives in Bemidji, MN. A 1970 graduate of the University of North Dakota, he spent 24 years in industry and banking. He also enjoys playing classical violin and is teaching himself to play the Clavinova. His wife, Nancy, also a graduate of the University of North Dakota, is a retired paramedic. They have three children and eight grandchildren.
Dr. Ben Bradley and a small research team have developed a new machine which could help diagnose and treat patients in life-threatening situations. A trauma surgeon at Mercy Hospital, Ben is ill-prepared to accept the haunting images he observes on the monitors, despite suppressed memories of his own childhood near-death experience.