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Living in a Place Called Beautiful: A Story of Abuse and Death in Healthcare | [Brooke Jennings]

Living in a Place Called Beautiful: A Story of Abuse and Death in Healthcare

April 15th, 1995....A fateful journey begins for the Jennings family as they struggle to unravel the mystery surrounding the death of their youngest member. After drowning in a nursing home from a feeding tube error, Michael's death is deemed an accident leaving his family lost and without answers. Compelled to discover the truth, his mother struggles for over a decade to unearth the real reason behind her son's death.
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April 15th, 1995....A fateful journey begins for the Jennings family as they struggle to unravel the mystery surrounding the death of their youngest member. After drowning in a nursing home from a feeding tube error, Michael's death is deemed an accident, leaving his family lost and without answers. Compelled to discover the truth, his mother struggles for over a decade to unearth the real reason behind her son's death.

Living in a Place Called Beautiful: Abuse and Death in Healthcare, by Brooke Jennings, will take you on a journey into the secret world we call healthcare. This book asks you to open the eyes of truth and examine the sinister natures of the corporate entities running our nursing homes. It will dare you to ask, "Who is really watching over our loved ones?"

©2009 Brooke Jennings (P)2010 Tate

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