Author(s): Wayne W. Dyer
Dr. Temperance Brennan, forensic anthropologist for the medical examiners in Montreal and North Carolina, departs from home turf to journey to Guatemala, where her skills will be tested to the limit. It was a summer morning in 1982 when soldiers entered the village of Chupan Ya and rounded up the women and children. Families and neighbors refer to their lost members as the disappeared. The bodies are said to lie in a mass grave. Tempe brings all her skill to uncover the savagery of the past. But something savage is happening today. Four girls are missing from Guatemala City, including the daughter of a high-ranking government official. When a young archaeologist is brutally murdered, Tempe realizes that she may be the next victim in a web of intrigue that connects the historical and contemporary murders.Do you ever worry what people think of you? Do you ever feel inadequate? Do you ever say 'yes' when you mean 'no'? Are you frightened of failure?
These are your erroneous zones - infuriating little quirks of personality that are barriers to a fuller, richer life. Just about everyone has erroneous zones - but now, with the help of this book, you can learn how to overcome and eliminate them for good. Written by a top psychiatrist, Your Erroneous Zones is a must for everyone who has ever been dissatisfied with themselves and their lives. After all, nobody's perfect - but you can go a long way by trying!
'An inspiring book on self-esteem' - NEW WOMAN 'Light, humorous and enlightening' - PUBLISHERS WEEKLY
Dr Wayne Dyer is a former therapist and Associate Professor in the graduate school at St John's University in New York. He has become a millionaire from the sales of his books.