No Strings

No Strings

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by Caitlyn Willows
     
 

Eric's Story - Surviving A Son's Suicide is a mother's account of the sudden, unexpected death of her only child.
Eric Michael Underwood was a highly successful 27 year-old engineer and actor living in Los Angeles when, in 1995, he took his own life. The book tells the story of his bouts with the depression his parents never knew about, his success as an engineer… See more details below

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Eric's Story - Surviving A Son's Suicide is a mother's account of the sudden, unexpected death of her only child.
Eric Michael Underwood was a highly successful 27 year-old engineer and actor living in Los Angeles when, in 1995, he took his own life. The book tells the story of his bouts with the depression his parents never knew about, his success as an engineer as well as his budding career as an actor (he was in the movie Forrest Gump with Tom Hanks).
It details his mother's struggle to go on living and survive her devastating loss.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781592793297
Publisher:
Amber Quill Press
Publication date:
12/04/2004
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
0 MB

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Zach glanced at his watch. "We've got about thirty minutes before the court-martial starts back up. I need to catch up on some paperwork real fast."

Claudia dabbed the napkin across her lips. "I'll come with you. I can do a little poking around the PX for baby things. Coming, Allison?"

She swallowed a drink of water. This was her chance. "No, you go ahead. I'd like..." Just spit it out, she told herself. "I need to talk to Cruz alone."

That curved Claudia's eyebrow. Allison felt her cheeks heat. Were her feelings that transparent?

Zach cupped his wife's elbow as she stood. "Then we'll see you later. I'll get this, and you can get the tip." He grabbed their bill from the table, leaving Allison and Cruz by themselves.

"Something wrong?" Cruz asked softly.

Allison shoved her plate away. "No ... at least I hope not. I ... uhm ... I need a favor of you."

"Anything. Just name it."

Boy, he didn't know what he was asking.

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