- Title: Angels on the Bridge: A Private Eye’s Spiritual Search for Justice
- Author: Howard Gerald Comen
- Genre: Biographies, Memoirs, Religion, Spirituality
- Length: 224 pages
- Publisher: 1st Book Library
- Publication Date: September 1, 2001
Angels on the Bridge – Synopsis
Does God Exist? Is There Life After Life? Do Spirits Exist? Private Eye Comen finds the answers as his search for the truth of the disappearance of a missing bridge inspector leads him on journey into the hereafter.
About The Author
Howard Comen holds S. Carolina Law Enforcement Division Private Detective License #30 and has investigated public officials from small-town Mayors to the U.S. President. He conducts investigations in South Africa, Nigeria, England, France, Canada, Mexico, was featured by Geraldo Rivera, Bill O’Reilly, CNN, MSNBC, and published in The NY Times and Washington Post. He has a Political Science Degree from U. of South Carolina where he developed a Student Marshall Program as a buffer during riots between students, administrators, and law enforcement. Since college, he’s worked to bring about Interfaith, Racial, Tribal, Ethnic and Gender Equity. He teamed up with ADR’s Deborah Levine to develop ADR New Beginning 2020 in association with the U.N. World Interfaith Harmony Week, World Conference of Mayors, and Historic Black Townships and Settlements Alliance.