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Seth's show Seth Row has made his name a household word with his weekly radio, internet and TV specials interviewing inmates on Death Row before their executions. Seth is often the last person to really speak with the inmates before they exit this world and the women in his life articulate that hanging out near the abyss of death rubs off on him and ghosts of his interviewees may follow him home. Could be possible he supposed. Seth doesn't focus on the heinous acts that placed these corrupted humans on death row, but their backstories. The man behind the crime...their life, loves, interests, regrets, beliefs about life after death. He humanizes the villains. Not in an attempt to exonerate or give them fame, but to pull back the outer layer and see what makes them tick. His favorite stories were always those where each character is multifaceted...the heroes not always all good and the antagonists not all bad. Mankind is constantly battling the natural-man inside themselves and Seth believes there is good and bad in every person. It just depends on the wolf they decide to feed. He is the consummate professional interviewer, until he meets the most unlikely death row inmate and things become a bit more personal for him. Each chapter opens with interesting, true facts about death row (but no political stance is taken).The story is filled with colorful inmates, varied love interests, a long lost father who turns out to be an actual Father and a young philosophical death row inmate that ends up connected to Seth on another level. Seth ultimately has to decide if he can host the live execution of someone he cares about and believes is innocent.
Teresa Meyerhoeffer Christensen has experienced all the elements of romance, drama, comedy, intrigue, tragedy and adventure in over a half century of earth living. She was born in Idaho to a basketball-playing, college president father, and cheerleader mother, who taught her to love to learn. She married her high school sweetheart, graduated as an RN, survived cancer, raised six amazingly unique children, taught institute and seminary religion classes for years, was elected to the Bend-Lapine School Board while living in Oregon and served on various other boards in many volunteer positions, all while writing in various capacities. Life is much quieter now living up in Mountain Green and the veil between heaven and earth, along with the air, much thinner. She finally has time to put down on paper the many stories that have been roaming around her head for years. Teresa has currently given life to three complete novels. William Shakespeare is her 12th great uncle.