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Living in a cult – The Burn Zone

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SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8) - How did an accomplished actress like 'Smallville' star Allison Mack get sucked into a secret sex cult? 

Renee Linnell, author of 'The Burn Zone: A Memoir', knows from first-hand experience.

Despite achieving success notable international success as a model and dancer before she turned thirty-five, Renee continued searching for something more.

In June of 2006 near her home in Southern California, she walked into a meditation seminar expecting to hear the calming voice of an older woman wearing a white robe and sandals.

What she saw instead blew her mind, and in a flash, Renee was transported—and hooked.      

In her new book, 'The Burn Zone: A Memoir', Renee shares the story of her quest for truth and peace, her nearly seven-year detour into hell at the hands of her spiritual teachers, and her ultimate awakening.

Written as a work of catharsis and cautionary tale, 'The Burn Zone' speaks directly to anyone who feels alone, lost, or worthless.

You can meet Renee and pick up a copy of 'The Burn Zone' for yourself at Warwick's in La Jolla on Monday, October 29th at 7:30 p.m. 

For more information about Renee, visit her website: reneelinnell.com.

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