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Myra Mossman

is not practicing law or doing tarot readings 

while she promotes her memoir.

My Random Death - A Memoir 

2020 National Indie Excellence Awards

Finalist - True Crime Category

A True Crime Story With A Mystical Twist

In this riveting story, author Myra Mossman shares what she previously kept hidden from law enforcement about the violent crime and her experience with death. To the police it appeared to be a random event. It just happened. She didn’t know the guy. He didn’t know her.

Less than an hour after the attack, Myra received five divine directives: move to the other side of the continent; learn to meditate; become skilled at a martial art; study meaningful coincidence; and learn about metaphysics. The sixth divine directive came ten years later when she was called to become a lawyer. For the past forty years, she has spent her time mastering those directives.

My Random Death - A Memoir  takes readers on a journey across North America and into their souls. It is about courage, triumph over evil and how our perceptions of the everyday, ordinary world can deepen. Ultimately it’s about trusting oneself and how the gift of intuition becomes revealed.

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About The Author

Myra Mossman is a federal criminal appeals attorney who has handled complex cases before the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, and appeared before the US Supreme Court.

She is also an archival hand bookbinder and paper restorer, having worked at the Public Archives of Canada restoring maps, manuscripts and other flat works in ink and pencil. At the University of Western Ontario, she assisted in the conservation and restoration of their rare book and main collections. 

As a Reader and Teacher of Insight Tarot for over 30 years, she works with the Holy Tree of Life layout. A student of Kabbalah for most of her life, her experience and knowledge extends to the Physical, Emotional, Intellectual and Spiritual Worlds. She is not practicing a this time.

Myra Mossman, Esq. has extensive experience presenting oral arguments in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and an appearance before the United States Supreme Court in 2004. She is passionate in her practice of law and does so with the highest degree of integrity. She has handled appeals of major federal crimes occurring in Los Angeles and Central California. She is not practicing law at this time.  

Myra Mossman lives in Santa Barbara, California. 


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