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Until We Meet Again
Gail Skroback Hennessey
Allison Hayward thinks her life is pretty ordinary. She's
married to Jonathan Hayward a professor of history at Binghamton
University in upstate New York and is herself a social studies teacher
in a local middle school in the area. Things began to change after a
chance meeting with Congressman MacKenzie Iverson while on a vacation to
the nation's capital. MacKenzie, a conservative republican, and
possibly next in line to become the Speaker of the House had been
walking through the rotunda of the Capitol as Allison, Jonathan and
their friends were touring the building. Allison developed terrible
nightmares, beginning that night. The nightmares intensified with
Allison waking each night with screams and mumblings about not having
her medicine and dying.
At the same time that Allison is experiencing her
difficulties, MacKenzie Iverson in becoming more and more a public
figure. He is appointed to the position of the Speaker of the House of
Representatives and his face is an almost daily fixture in newspapers
and news magazines. He and his second wife, Lauren, seem to be living
the good life. All his ambitions are being realized. Just that initial
setback when he lost his first attempt at public office, shortly after
his first wife, Abigail died. Abigail, so young,had died less than a
year after their marriage.
With little relief from her nightmares, Allison begins to
look into alternative methods and begins reading about reincarnation and
past life regression therapy. Sessions seem to point to Allison having
had a past life in the name of a woman named Abigail. When Allison
tries to learn more about this possible person, strange things begin to
happen leading to tragic consequences.