Patients in Purgatory

Patients in Purgatory

by William T. Delamar

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Patients in Purgatory by William T. Delamar

Reverend Oxford Christie visits a patient in a strange nursing home, one of a number owned and operated by The Group, Inc. Its profit far exceeds that of the typical nursing home, and patients seem to disappear. The state's system of nursing home inspections is deeply flawed to the extent that severe and continued abuse easily goes unchecked. The Group, Inc. becomes aware of Christie's nosing around and orders are given to do whatever is necessary to stop his snooping. Ox, aware that he is being watched, is torn between the possible danger to his wife and children and the suspicion that the incredible abuse of helpless patients is even worse than what's been observed.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158018084
Publisher: Rogue Phoenix Press
Publication date: 12/29/2015
Series: A Reverend Christie Mystery , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 235
Sales rank: 436,633
File size: 962 KB

About the Author

William T. Delamar co-authored a creativity text, Brain-Webbing and published poetry in Weymouth, a collection of works by North Carolina writers. He was a fellow at the Weymouth Center for the Humanities for many years and is a director and past president of the Philadelphia Writers’ Conference. Other novels also published by Rogue Phoenix Press: The Hidden Congregation (fall 2015) and Patients in Purgatory (2016) www.delamar.org

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JeanieL1 More than 1 year ago
Having read The Hidden Congregation, and knowing this was the sequel, I was excited to slip through the rabbit hole and back into this unique reverend’s life. Not only is he a great example of a spiritual leader, but an excellent detective (albeit one who stumbles upon situations). Delamare does an outstanding job of grabbing your attention, keeping it and educating you in the process. Nursing home abuse is rampant, and there are human body diamonds. I looked it up. Unreal. Just bought The CareTakers and can’t wait to dive into it. More! More! — CJ Loiacono