Interviewed by: Barbara Miller, Pacific Book Review http://pacificbookreview.com/
Today we have the privilege of speaking with Shifu Hwang, a famous healer using traditional Chinese medicine techniques, herbal remedies and acupuncture. Mr. Hwang, thank you for taking your time to join us.
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Reviewed by: Beth Adams, Pacific Book Review http://pacificbookreview.com/
Death With Dignity: The Case for Legalizing Physician-Assisted Dying and Euthanasia, by Robert Orfali is dedicated to the loving memory of his wife, Jeri Edwards Orfali. Robert Orfali clearly states his book is not about Jeri, but rather he uses her life and what she went through as an example to interpret the matrix of laws, cultural taboos and…Continue
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PBR: Today we are pleased to have with us doctors Orrin Lippoff and Mladen Solar, co-authors of the new novel titled, Unconditional Loss. Doctors, thank you for taking some time to join us.
Thank you for the great review.
PBR: Before we start, I want each of you to know I’m a dog lover – in fact, quite extraordinary with my past appreciation for a border-collie/lab mix I had in my life, which died a couple of years ago. So your book…Continue
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Reviewed by: Gary Sorkin, Pacific Book Review http://pacificbookreview.com
Unconditional Loss, a novel co-authored by doctors Orrin Lippoff & Mladen Solar, grip the reader and pull them into a fast moving, expertly written story like the harness of a dog team of Huskies pulling a sled across the Alaskan frontier. In fact, that’s exactly how the novel begins.
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Interviewed by: Beth Adams, Pacific Book Review http://pacificbookreview.com
Today we are talking with Daniel Hill, author of Which One Are You?, an explosive book revealing various types of people that commit crimes, use drugs, are violent gang members, and some that find their path through faith out of this dark world. Thank you, Daniel, for spending some time with us.
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Reviewed by: Gary Sorkin, Pacfic Book Review http://pacificbookreview.com/
Daniel Hill has assembled terse, short stories into a collection of fiction titled, Which One Are You? His book is an instant drop into a bucket of the dark side of society; filled with gang violence, killings, drug dealers, addicts, dysfunctional families and over all antisocial behavior. What he presented is a reality check, or I’ll call it…Continue
“Legna” is angel spelled backwards. This is a story about two children, born the very same day in the same hospital to different families, growing up as best friends when one day something extraordinary occurs. They are both young girls, playing all the time together, and become inseparable. Rose, is rich, but as we learn is poor in…
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From his childhood in Egypt to his immigration to the United States, Dr. Sabri g. Bebawi has assembled scores of incidents, “scenes” instead of “chapters” as he calls them, which weave a tapestry of his life with candor, honesty and intelligence in his book, A Dream Is Just That: An Interminable Journey from Egypt to America.
A foreign upbringing by American standards, Dr. Bebawi began his book by telling tales of his childhood in an Egyptian oasis…Continue
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