Book: The Bridge of Deaths by M.C.V. EGANcategories: Book, Standard Oil, Denmark, WWII, Anthony Crossley, English Parliament, Lockheed Electra 10A, West Point, Espionage, Mexico, British Airways Ltd, History, Past Lives, Political Intrigue
M.C.V. Eganabout this book: The Bridge of Deaths is based on the events surrounding a 1939 Plane crash in Denmark. My grandfather Cesar Agustin Castillo was the first body removed from the crash. The book explores through fictional characters the events surrounding the crash and how the men involved; both those who died and others may not have really been who they seemed.
In an era rife with intrigue the Bridge of Deaths takes the reader through some very well-known and some likely to be unknown incidents in a pre-World War II world.
The Bridge of Deaths can appeal to a wide range of readers about 17 years old and older. It is the culmination of almost 20 years of research and perseverance. The title The Bridge of Deaths is well explained in the book itself and it would almost be a spoiler. The author's husband took the photograph of the bridge on the cover.
The hardest part about writing this book was the roadblocks in gathering information. Some people are so afraid to rattle the proverbial skeletons in their family history's closet.
The research for The Bridge of deaths ranged from the traditional; Archives, Newspaper microfilms, interviews and history books to the most unusual world of Psychics; by use of psychometry and past life regressions.
I learned so much while I researched the book and as simple as the Lockheed Electra 10A airplane is, compared to the complex flying machines of today, I learned so much about airplanes.
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