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The Crying Rose by B. A. Beers
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The Crying Rose

by B. A. Beers

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0595128904, Paperback)

Sami Carter has been surprised by the arrival of an expected but unwanted package. She is very traumatized by this and calls her therapist’s office for help. Her doctor has retired and the clinic’s Dr. Mark Stevens responds to this call. He is unable to re-establish contact by phone. Her patient’s file is missing in the clinic and Mark feels her situation is desperate, finding it necessary to personalize his care with a house call. He finds Sami in an unconscious state.

The story unveils with his unique methods of discoveries to enable him to seek the cause of her present condition and the knowledge to revive her.

This is a story of mystery, love, warmth, humor and sorrow for all readers, especially women from adolescence to senior citizens, who can relate to the story and enjoy.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:22:28 -0400)

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