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Book: Memoirs from the Asylum by Kenneth Weene
What is it like to work inside a state hospital or to be a patient in such a hospital? What is it like to live inside the mind of such a patient? This tragi-comedic novel takes the reader inside the asylum, inside the worlds of three central characters: a narrator who has taken refuge from his fears of the world, a psychiatrist whose own life has been damaged by his father's depression, and a [...]
 
Book: The Perfect Host by Robert C. Martin
A DARK ANCIENT ENEMY LIES WITHIN A GATEWAY BETWEEN EXISTENCES- WAITING TO BE INVITED INTO THE MATERIAL WORLD Since the beginning, mankind has asked whether we exist after death. Through the ages, we have developed our beliefs from religious sources and those who claim that they have been in contact with the dead. To date, we still have no real scientific evidence to suggest that there is an [...]
 
Book: Love Always, Mom by Dr. Judith Rolfs
Love Always Mom An exciting true story about the love between a mother and her eighteen-year-old son and how, when and why God heals today. Love Always, Mom is the account of God's response to a young man's faith and His mercy to a family devastated upon learning their son would soon be dead. Two diagnoses of cancer and getting hit by a drunk driver three months later while jogging couldn't stop [...]
 
Book: Stranger in a Strange World - A poignant, tragic, and often amusing look into the life of a physician with Asperger's. (Brier Hospital) by Lawrence Gold, ...
An automobile accident shatters the near-perfect lives of David and Luke Hyatt, identical twins. David survives intact, but Luke nearly dies from his injuries. The residue of Luke's head injury is an acquired form of Asperger's. The twins had graduated from medical school and were about to enter an internship at Brier Hospital in Berkeley. Although Luke is gifted with savant-like intelligence, [...]
 
Book: Runaway Girl - A Nurse's Story by Lois Gerber
Fifteen-year-old Connie Sinclair runs away from home and the father who is abusing her. It's 1924, a tough world for a single girl without food or a place to live. Connie is resourceful and boards a train taking her to a big city where she hopes to make a life for herself. She meets many interesting characters along the way, one of them a nurse who inspires her to enter a hospital nurses training [...]
 
Book: Road To Transplant by Brian M. Hayden
This memoir is a chronological journal of sorts following me on a journey to get a heart transplant. I hold nothing back about the experience, nor do I hold back my thoughts. The things that go through the mind of someone who is dying is both frightening and enlightening. There are many stories detailing the process for getting accepted into a heart transplant program, as well as stories of [...]
 
Book: West to Grande Portage (The Canada West Historical Series Book 2) by Joan Donaldson-Yarmey
On his sixteenth birthday Phillipe Chabot is told that his brother-in-law has hired him to be a voyageur. He will be paddling west from Montreal to Grade Portage to trade supplies with the Indians for furs. He is overjoyed and receives all the appropriate clothing from his family as birthday gifts, even a tobacco pouch. As the loaded canoe brigade gets ready to leave, his cousin, Jeanne, accepts [...]
 
Book: Dissecting Humour by Nic Andela & Janine Boddy
"Dissecting Humour" is a collection of amusing, toe curling and, at times, horrifying urban legends and anecdotes from thoseinthemedicalprofession. Frombushclinicsindeepest Africa to the National Health Hospitals in England, the reader is treated to eye-opening accounts of what really goes on behind-the-scenes: inventive use of drugs, mischievous med students and lost tempers are just some of the [...]
 
Book: The Dogged and the Damned by Roland Cheek
After surviving the World War II carnage of seemingly endless New Guinea battles, then living through the slaughter of nearly all of his Company H comrades on a Moratai beach, Corporal Mikhail "Michael" Baranovitch had enough. He turned and deliberately walked back across the beach he'd earlier charged onto from the landing craft, and into the Pacific Ocean! Miraculously he survived both the [...]
 
Book: Secrets of The French Letter King (The 'French Letter' trilogy Book 2) by Thea Hartley
This is the second book in the "French Letter" trilogy. At first, I only intended to write the one book "The French Letter King", which was a biography about my grandfather, Tommy 'Tom' Horton and which also introduced his son, Ron, my father. However, following its publication and good reception by readers, I was asked to write a sequel, as people wanted to know what happened next? I carried out [...]
 
Book: Vague Images (Jolie Gentil Cozy Mystery Series Book 7) by Elaine Orr
Bad enough that Jolie ends up in the emergency room because she tried to avoid hitting a deer. Worse to find a dead woman in the hospital restroom after Jolie gets patched up. As the chief budget cutter at the hospital, Tanya Weiss was unpopular, especially in the Radiology Department, where Scoobie works. In between appraising houses and feeding her pet skunk, Jolie's on the lookout for a [...]
 
Book: To Err Is Common by Margot Terrence
It's 3AM. Do you know where your nurse is? It is a sad truth that each year around 200,000 people enter American hospitals for one reason and leave on a funeral-home gurney for a completely different reason. And while there have been many TV and movie portrayals of life in a hospital, much of what really happens remains a mystery. And a lot happens! Join Andrea Pastori, R.N., a bright, attractive [...]
 
Book: Medical Insurance in Thailand (Thailand Retirement) by Godfree Peter Roberts
A complete illustrated guide to medical insurance in Thailand for expatriates. With 7 insurance strategies, from self-insurance to full coverage, with rates and exclusions. Well illustrated with charts, comparative prices, and live links to insurers. Full coverage of Thai hospitals and their hierarchy, standards of care, and certifications. Stories by and about people who have used, refused to [...]
 
Book: Nurse Meredith's Top Ten Most Memorable Cases - Harrowing True Tales From A Private Duty Nurse by Meredith V. Downes, RN
WINNER! "Best New Health Book" AND "Best Non-Fiction Narrative" 2012 USA Book News. "Nurse Meredith's Top Ten Most Memorable Cases: Harrowing True Tales From A Private Duty Nurse" by Meredith V. Downes, RN. HAVE YOU EVER WONDERED what it's like to work as a private duty nurse? Get ready for a rare inside view of ten of the most memorable cases from Nurse Meredith's 30-year career. She takes you [...]
 
Book: MEDICAL INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX - The $ickness Industry, Big Pharma and Suppressed Cures (The Underground Knowledge Series Book 3) by Lance Morcan
MEDICAL INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX: The $ickness Industry, Big Pharma and Suppressed Cures is a no-holds barred critique of mainstream medicine and the various players who make up one of the largest and most profitable industries on the planet. Written by novelists, filmmakers and independent researchers James Morcan & Lance Morcan, with a foreword by retired pharmacist Denis Toovey (author of Better [...]
 
Book: The 23rd Psalm Vision - A Gift For Mind and Spirit by ML Smith
The 23rd Psalm - Beautifully Illustrated - Word by Word, the inspirational paintings of artist M.L. Smith bring this beloved Bible passage up close and personal, with large, easy-to-read text seemingly cut from gemstones. This beautiful book is a daily inspiration for those in hospitals or nursing homes, facing difficult times or just needing a quiet immersion into the most sublime poetry in the [...]
 
Book: Hidden In Plain Sight by Karen Batshaw
As Nazis expand their domination of the European continent, nearly sixty thousand Greek Jews mistakenly believe they are safe. Anna, a young Jewess from Salonika, has gone to live in Athens. Trained as a doctor, Anna knows if the German army invades, she will no longer be allowed to practice medicine at the hospitals. With great anguish, Anna masks her faith and her vocation to live as a [...]
 
Book: Nero's Fiddle by Pen
Every day millions of people use their cars, cell phones, and computers. They commute to work by bus or train. Hospitals run efficiently. Food is delivered round the clock. Imagine all of that . . . gone. Jun 23, 2017: The United States is crippled by an Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) attack, leaving every citizen in the dark, helpless and alone. It will happen again. Every thirty days another [...]
 
Book: Invest in Your Creative Capital by Lawrence J-E. Poole
This is the definitive book on the creative SELF-Empowerment process. It demystifies the difference between reacting to life's circumstances and becoming more creative. The author has tapped into the "deep wisdom" in Nature and translated the order he finds there into a guide based on the human quest for love, joy and passion for life. Lawrence Poole is uniquely qualified to have written this [...]
 
Book: Redemption's Edge (Redemption Mountain Historical Western Romance Book 1) by Shirleen Davies
"A heartwarming, passionate story of loss, forgiveness, and redemption set in the untamed frontier during the tumultuous years following the Civil War. Ms. Davies' engaging and complex characters draw you in from the start, creating an exciting introduction to this new historical western romance series." "Redemption's Edge is a strong and engaging introduction to her new historical western [...]
 
Book: The Caging at Deadwater Manor - An insane asylum psychological thriller inspired by true events by Sandie Will
A young adult insane asylum psychological thriller inspired by true events. A dad with a vendetta. An unsuspecting daughter. A psychiatric hospital known for questionable acts. And staff who keep secrets in the attic. FIRST PLACE - FLORIDA WRITERS ASSOCIATION - ROYAL PALM LITERARY AWARD FOR YOUNG ADULT/NEW ADULT FICTION - RECIPIENT OF THE 2017 READERS' FAVORITE HONORABLE MENTION BOOK AWARD IN YA [...]
 
Book: Paraguay - A Tour Guide by Erwin Boschmann
This colorful book on PARAGUAY is the first comprehensive English language tour guide published about this small, land-locked country. Arriving in time for the Mennonite World Conference in Asuncion, Paraguay in July of 2009, the first three chapters on Basics, Information on Getting There, and Information While Being There provide the nuts and bolts: from the name Paraguay, to facts and figures, [...]
 
Book: The Syrup Maze - An Inspirational Journey Through Recovery From a Traumatic Brain Injury by Debbie Simpson
Miracles happen every day. This is one of them. From severe TBI to recovery. Just two and a half weeks after telling mom, "We are treating his body in case he wakes up," the doctor told her, "We weren't expecting this." They were amazed. Michael was in the wrong place, at the wrong time, caught between two cars that should not have been on the road. His mom started a CaringBridge account in order [...]
 
Book: Dancing with Rachel by Ken Montrose
Two very different narrators voice the novella Dancing with Rachel. Voices torment the first narrator, David an ex-football player just trying to make a life for himself. He calls his auditory hallucinations "The Chorus." They have names and even personalities. While naive staff members claim the voices aren't real, David knows otherwise. He can hear The Chorus clearly. He can point to where they [...]
 
Book: Where the Horses Run, Book I - Mass Extinction by Judith Victoria Douglas
This pre-dystopian saga tells of all the world's horses' sudden disappearance. This mass vanishing of an entire world species begins this epic tale of an apocalyptic possibility. It's told through the experiences of a young woman and those in her immediate circle. They face a worldwide crisis never imagined likely. It thrusts Elle back into the stress-filled mental state resulting from a previous [...]
 
Book: Wake Up Running by David Egee
ADHD as a child, David Egee suffered through many years of reading and writing impairment. "I was ADHD before the expression became a household word." Egee overcame his learning handicap to become the Director of the American Hospital in Beirut at the age of 35, dealing with such Middle Eastern luminaries as Yasser Arafat and Muammar Gaddafi. Later, he established hospitals throughout the Middle [...]
 


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