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Afterlives of the Rich and Famous

Sylvia Browne

Publisher: HarperCollins e-books

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“I have known Sylvia for twenty years, and I have the greatest respect for her….I applaud her for the peace and solace that she has brought to so many.” —Montel WilliamsThe world’s most acclaimed psychic, Sylvia Browne, the New York Times bestselling author of Life on the Other Side, All Pets Go to Heaven, Contacting Your Spirit Guide, and more, returns with a rare and riveting look at the lives of some of our favorite celebrities—after their deaths. How do Elvis Presley, Heath Ledger, John Lennon, and others view their time on Earth? After they have shuffled off this mortal coil, what wisdom do they wish to send back to us? Sylvia Browne’s moving look at these once larger-than-life heroes is a captivating voyage into the secrets they hold beyond the void.

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