C. Terry Cline, Jr.

C. Terry Cline, Jr. had an extensive career, producing works that included a number of suspense novels, a children’s play and an unconventional late project titled The Return of Edgar Cayce, which he presented as a channeled communication from the spirit of the early 20th-century psychic.
C Terry Cline was born in Birmingham, Alabama “on a train going out,” he always said, because his family moved often during his youth. He was married to author, Judith Richards. They lived in Fairhope, Alabama.

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Excerpt from The Cordoba Connection

Gabriel Cohen drove northeast from Atlanta toward Rabun County, Georgia, the terrain rising from piedmont flat to rolling hills. Behind him weather was building in darkening clouds. He did not believe in life after death, but he imagined his wife Leah sitting at his side.

During this last week of October, leaves of hardwood trees had begun to turn, igniting a cold flame of russets and gold and every shade of crimson and tan. “Brushstrokes from God’s palette,” Leah had described it. For the next several weeks, days would become shorter and nights colder. Leah had cherished the changing of seasons in the foothills of lower Appalachia, and because she loved it Gabriel had always condescended to come in autumn, whereas spring was his first choice. Although he knew she wasn’t really at his side, he spoke to her. “The sweet gum and maples are especially nice this year,” he said aloud. “Summer was so dry, I think the trees are giving up foliage earlier than usual.”

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C Terry Cline was born in Birmingham, Alabama “on a train going out,” he always said, because his family moved often during his youth. He was married to author, Judith Richards. They lived in Fairhope, Alabama.

— The Huffington Post

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