Almost a Meal is the true tale of how a man who was undiagnosed with Asperger's became acquainted with a chef who later proved to be a serial killer. It shows how Aspies do not recognize danger signs - though many neurotypicals might also fail to recognize them too. It also provides the reader with a disturbing horror story, and thus a good read.
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About the Author
David D. Haines, Ph.D. is an immunologist and molecular cell biologist who has traveled the world. He is a U.S. Army veteran of Operation Desert Storm as a chemical weapons officer during the Kuwait War. He has lived in tunnels in Manhattan, traveled across Siberia on a train, and walked in polar bear territory in Norway. Whatever danger and unconventional situation comes his way, David faces it and tells the tale with great imagery.
Her areas of interest include – but are not limited to – women’s history, biographies, women’s studies, science fiction, environmental studies and environmental law, international relations, Asperger’s condition, and cats. She is currently at work on co-authoring the political memoir of an Iranian woman Reformist politician.
Stephanie has spent time in Manhattan, France, England, and Venice. She loves cats and worries about the future of our planet.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This disturbing tale shows how we don't always see what is right in front of us. It deals with Asperger's, friendship, and a missing sense of danger.