Three Days in Heaven
Tony Stanford, a private practice lawyer, works for Saint Grenadine Hospital; which is pretty handy for a heart patient! After an apparent heart attack, he finds himself not of this world, but on a heavenly golf course while his body remains behind. Unprepared to believe that he is dead, his wife and Tony’s best friend, the hospital administrator, along side a few doctors, work against time to prove to the hospital board he’s not really gone.
Even with its religious themes, it is written for any person of any faith to enjoy.Open-heart surgery, dying, and meeting up with God all seem like serious topics, but Three Days in Heaven deals with them in a lighthearted and believable way.
Suicide by Death
“… unavoidably inspiring.” – Kirkus Reviews
For several years, Clair has made it a pastime of trying to end her life. She has struggled to manage the outcome, whether it is death at her own hand, or find answers and live, and it is time to choose one or the other.
To Clair, death seems like a rational solution to complex issues. She is convinced there are no rainbows in the sky and certain the greener grass does not exist on the other side.
With many suicide attempts and as many failures, Clair feels that she is once again at the end of the rope, and this time, a short rope it is.
Many have suffered the loss of a loved one, friend or acquaintance to suicide, and most of the time without warning. Too often, drugs, alcohol and sexual abuse play a vital role and can lead to depression and is the leading cause of suicide; This is about all three.