|Photo by Richard Schear|
Eduardo "Jose" Bautista, author of seven volumes chronicling paranormal investigations, has reached his zenith with his latest book The Monastery for, surely, in this reviewer's opinion, it cannot be surpassed.
In his new work, the world's acknowledged expert on the subject puts forth his definitive treatise, proving to the satisfaction of scientist and skeptic alike that monasteries contain far more ghosts than do convents.
Acclaimed by the public after a televised speech on the subject, Bautista offers unimpeachable proof to substantiate his claim.
Using G.G. Gregory’s newly-developed and patented ghost-geiger, the author begins counting within the shadowed gardens and cloisters of a Benedictine convent and ends more than five years later with an abandoned Cistercian monastery.
This is a must-read for anyone who does, or doesn’t, believe in ghosts.
Posted for Book Blurb Friday
wherein Lisa Ricard Claro of Writing in the Buff, supplies a photo (this week by Ashley Ortiz) and invites us to imagine a book by an equally imaginary author, then write a "blurb" for the back of the book to convince readers to buy it. We must do this in 150 words or less, using the supplied photo as a prompt.
I have added a photo taken by my husband at the Kirillo-Belozersky Russian Orthodox monastery near Kuzino, Russia, during our August vacation with Viking River Cruises.