Meet Holly MacLaren, ex-Navy fighter pilot, single mom, and a captain for Honolulu-based Mahalo Air Lines. Holly loves her work and is good at it. So when the crushing panic attacks begin, she’s at a loss to know why, or how to make them stop. Hypnotic regression reveals a number of past lives, each ending in tragedy. In her last incarnation she was Ensign Robert Strawn, the victim of an unsolved murder aboard the U.S.S. Arizona. The date: December 6, 1941. Soon after this discovery Holly’s therapist disappears, leaving a blood-spattered sports car atop the 1200-foot-high Pali Lookout. Meanwhile she and her six-year-old daughter, Skye, find themselves stalked by a U. S. Senate candidate, the son of a retired and much-revered admiral. As mother and daughter cope with this threat, their efforts take them on a spiritual journey—and a search for the truth behind one man’s heroism at Pearl Harbor.
Over over over the top.
First, an unsolved murder from December 6, 1941 is important..why? Do you know how many unsolved murders there are in this country every year? THOUSANDS.
Other than the location and the date, what's the significance?
Do you mean Robert Strawn is a hero of Pearl Harbor? Cause..Pearl Harbor was December 7, he's already dead.
You'll need to focus and sharpen this up more to hook me.