Medical care is one of the most pressing issues of our time. How do we choose our doctors? What are our rights? What do we do when there is a problem? These questions, and many more, are addressed by the author, who is both physician and patient.
Innocent men go to prison. There is no denying the fact that overzealous prosecution, bigotry, misplaced agendas, and political expediencies pervade the criminal justice system. The precept of innocent until proven guilty in this country is a farce of the first magnitude. The police, courts, jails, prisons, and parole systems operate at the whims of a shadowy elite cadre of men and women who profess to be working in the best interest of society. Hutch is one such victim of the American justice system.
The world as we know it has suffered a devastating calamity. Into this chaos, Elyse and Mark find themselves without food or water, questioning their very existence. Their very lives may be at stake.
Terror strikes in many ways, some raging and violent, assaulting our senses, others more subtle and devious. Terror creates perdition, the abject submission to its tentacles. Come find yourself in these stories.
"A harrowing experience"
Amanda Gray has been brought to her knees by recent events that have challenged her deepest-held beliefs. Moral dilemmas mingled with traumatic childhood memories make her question the choices she has made, drilling deep into her soul. In this novel in three parts, the author explores such questions as filial loyalty, motherhood, and spiritual angst - self-doubts that creep up into many people's consciousness.