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The release of my novel - The Born Supremacy: Our Unborn Identity?

1/18/2012 - 3:10 PM PST

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
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MANCHESTER, GB (January 18, 2012) - Firstly, I speak from personal experience. I was unwittingly ‘involved’ in an abortion years ago in London. I now know that “if you have to STOP anything, it must have already STARTED?”
I will never debate with an abortionist as to ‘when’ life begins. Conception! Nothing less, otherwise, pregnancy and subsequently life would not be possible and the earth would be barren. Once an abortion takes place, that is it - you cannot take it back!

In “THE BORN SUPREMACY: OUR UNBORN IDENTITY?” we encounter a man who after agreeing to his girlfriend’s abortion to save their relationship, begins to realise the consequences of the termination. Death and worse follows. It begins when he meets a mysterious stranger on a beach who tries to salvage what is left of the man’s sanity. This stranger knows more about my character then he knows about himself?

My work is available on Amazon in Kindle and in paperback.

Many thanks

Anthony Collins

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http://www.anthonycollins-books.com  , M16 0RA GB
Anthony Collins - ,  00447970236812

Keywords

Drama, thriller, mystery, fantasy, insanity.

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