bone of contention a medical thriller with heart the gina mazzio series book 4

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Bone Of Contention

Author : Bette Golden Lamb
ISBN : 0985198656
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Murder, mayhem, medicine, and Mazzio. That's the thread that stitches together each of the Gina Mazzio, RN medical thrillers, including the fourth in the series, BONE OF CONTENTION. RN Gina Mazzio returns to San Francisco's Ridgewood Hospital after a near-death experience in Nevada's desolate gold country. On her first day in the Ob/Gyn Women's Health Clinic, a co-worker suffers a mystifying post-abortion death due to sepsis. Two days later, the same thing happens to a clinic patient. Gina thinks it's an inside job, but gets no support for her theory. Convinced she's right, she risks everything to dig into the who and why of the deaths. She wants to know if someone is deliberately causing clinic patients to suffer horrible deaths. Fiance Harry Lucke, who was with Gina in Nevada, is worried about her and postpones taking another travel nurse assignment. Instead, he signs on as an on-call ICU nurse at Ridgewood. To Gina's delight, and distress, her younger brother, Vinnie, shows up, back from his second tour of duty in the Middle East. He's received a medial discharge and is deeply depressed and suicidal. Vinnie brings news that Gina's ex-husband, Dominick, is out of prison and still enraged that she helped put him away for three years -- for almost killing her. Word is that he broke parole and is on his way from New York to San Francisco. Gina sticks with her daring and danger-filled investigation. Her efforts bring her closer and closer to solving the sepsis deaths, but also make her the target of anti-abortion fanatics. As she closes in on the murderer, her ex-spouse arrives in San Francisco, hell-bent on killing her. Gina is faced with having to outmaneuver Dominick while racing to expose the murderer before either can trap and kill her.

Bone Dry

Author : Ms Bette Golden Lamb
ISBN : 0985198613
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You have cancer. You've been blasted and wasted with chemotherapy, along with every other poison the doctors could find to kill malignant cells. Most days you're more dead than alive. Tomorrow you will be infused with your own, treated bone marrow - frozen, stored, and safe in one of Cal, ifornia's most prestigious hospitals. Then comes the note: "We have yur or die.

My Dad Is A Butthead

Author : S.T. Garvey
ISBN : 9780615774626
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The bus comes and he says, 'Let's Go!' But I want to stay. I see it, you big Butthead. Will you please just go away? Dad and I don't always agree. And, sometimes I call him names. But, is he the Best Dad in the World?

Sea Room

Author : Adam Nicolson
ISBN : 9780061238826
Genre : Nature
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In 1937, Adam Nicolson's father answered a newspaper ad—"Uninhabited islands for sale. Outer Hebrides, 600 acres. . . . Puffins and seals. Apply."—and thus found the Shiants. With a name meaning "holy or enchanted islands," the Shiants for millennia were a haven for those seeking solitude, but their rich, sometimes violent history of human habitation includes much more. When he was twenty-one, Nicolson inherited this almost indescribably beautiful property: a landscape, soaked in centuries-old tales of restless ghosts and Bronze Age gold, that cradles the heritage of a once-vibrant world of farmers and fishermen. In Sea Room, Nicolson describes and relives his love affair with the three tiny islands and their strange and colorful history in passionate, keenly precise prose—sharing with us the greatest gift an island bestows on its inhabitants: a deep engagement with the natural world.

The Beast And Me

Author : D.S. Wrights
ISBN : 9781326162931
Genre : Fiction
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Meg was abducted. For four days she had nothing to keep herself sane, until she promised to be obedient. In return she received a diary, not knowing which terrors she would be writing down soon. Because Meg has been taken to this unknown place for one purpose only: to support her abductors in 'socializing' one of their subjects. Ten, as they call him, seems to be far more than a primitive beast, fighting battles of his very own. Meg soon realizes that she is the only one able to tame him. And that, apparently, is the sole reason she is more or less treated as a human being. As Ten's humanity resurfaces Meg has to accept the truth that the real beasts aren't behind bars. This is Meg's diary. Will you read it? This story inspired by Beauty and the Beast and is part one of a series. It is not a romance. *TRIGGER WARNING* contains rape and psychological torture.

Runaway Mind

Author : Maggie Reese
ISBN : 0985886110
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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What if you always knew you were special...and then one day you found that being "special" wasn't a good thing? In fact, it was very, very bad. I was a high school cross-country track star on a full-ride scholarship to the college of my choice when I was hit hard with the most severe form of bipolar disorder (manic depressive illness). Little did I know then that the only way my speed was going to help me was to escape from a maximum-security mental institution! Bipolar. On one hand, the word is loaded with stigma. On the other, so many celebrities, star athletes and other notable people have it that it's often used as a buzz-word on the front pages of newspapers. The fact is over 3% of people have bipolar disorder - and its onset almost always hits during the fragile teenage years. My "lows" took me to the depths of anxiety and pain. By comparison, my "highs" seemed magical...but how long can you live on 2 hours of sleep a night? My poor parents, fearing for me and my safety, hired bodyguards to try to protect me from myself and the predators who surrounded me. One stood by me throughout my long road to recovery. He's been my rock for 16 years - and my husband for 10. I am sharing my personal story, including my shocking extremes of behavior, to help other families understand what is happening to their loved ones. When my parents tried to understand what was happening to me, the only books they found were dry, clinical accounts of sad, mad, lost people - not exactly encouraging words for a mom and dad desperately clutching at straws. Most people find it hard to believe what I experienced, how I managed to survive, and how I can be thriving now. My story proves that you can go away and come back again, and that no matter how bad things look, there is hope for a better future.

Gender And Narrative In The Mahabharata

Author : Simon Brodbeck
ISBN : 9781134119950
Genre : Religion
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The Sanskrit Mahabharata is one of the most important texts to emerge from the Indian cultural tradition. At almost 75,000 verses it is the longest poem in the world, and throughout Indian history it has been hugely influential in shaping gender and social norms. In the context of ancient India, it is the definitive cultural narrative in the construction of masculine, feminine and alternative gender roles. This book brings together many of the most respected scholars in the field of Mahabharata studies, as well as some of its most promising young scholars. By focusing specifically on gender constructions, some of the most innovative aspects of the Mahabharata are highlighted. Whilst taking account of feminist scholarship, the contributors see the Mahabharata as providing an opportunity to frame discussion of gender in literature not just in terms of the socio-historical roles of men and women. Instead they analyze the text in terms of the wider poetic and philosophical possibilities thrown up by the semiotics of gendering. Consequently, the book bridges a gap in text-critical methodology between the traditional philological approach and more recent trends in gender and literary theory. Gender and Narrative in the Mahabharata will be appreciated by readers interested in South Asian studies, Hinduism, religious studies and gender studies.

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