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The Soul Dies Slowly
     

The Soul Dies Slowly

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by Gary William Ramsey
 

Gerry Stewart is informed that he has terminal colon cancer. Not wanting his friends and family to see him waste away, he goes to New York City to commit suicide. While there, he meets a girl and finds a strange, almost magical object. The events that follow make him question whether suicide is the answer. Before his terminal illness was diagnosed, he was the

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Gerry Stewart is informed that he has terminal colon cancer. Not wanting his friends and family to see him waste away, he goes to New York City to commit suicide. While there, he meets a girl and finds a strange, almost magical object. The events that follow make him question whether suicide is the answer. Before his terminal illness was diagnosed, he was the primary expert on "The Bloodletter." This serial killer is a split personality psychopath whose mark is that he extracts as much blood as possible from his female victims. This story contains mystery, romance, political maneuvering, and personal agony over the fact that one of the victims of "The Bloodletter" was Gerry's wife.

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ISBN-13:
9781615463435
Publisher:
Publish America
Publication date:
06/08/2009
Pages:
350
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.78(d)

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The Soul Dies Slowly 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
charlie-nc More than 1 year ago
This book is written in a sincere and earthy style that is captivating and refreshing. After the first 6 chapters I just couldn't put it down. It contains actions throughout and some very toching chapters of the main characters early life. I unconditionally recommend this book. A must read.
amanwholovesreading More than 1 year ago
This book is exciting and different. I love the twists and I love the frank and heartfelt trips to the main characters past. I think you will find that it is written in language that we all understand, not a flowery language that is not common in everyday conversation. I should remind the reader of the good and evil in life. I really enjoyed it and will look forward to another work by this author.