Blood of a Stranger

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AuthorHouse, Aug 28, 2007 - Family & Relationships - 292 pages
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             Dr. Brent Dalton’s professional and private lives spiral downward when he tests positive for HIV following an accident in the operating room. In rapid sequence, Dalton is sued by a former patient who alleges he infected her with the virus, his hospital privileges are taken away, patient referrals disappear, and he is compelled to close his office and surgical practice. Finally, he begins to have marital problems.

            Convinced he is not responsible for his patient’s infection, Dalton hires an attorney and a private investigator to work on his behalf. Then, despondent, he leaves on a solo sailing trip and almost dies when he is swept overboard in a sudden squall.

            Following his near-death experience, Dalton finds a renewed enthusiasm for life and turns the tables against his oppressors after an enlightening discovery.

 

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Contents

Chapter 1
1
Chapter 2
9
Chapter 3
17
Chapter 4
23
Chapter 5
31
Chapter 6
35
Chapter 7
43
Chapter 8
49
Chapter 22
159
Chapter 23
165
Chapter 24
173
Chapter 25
181
Chapter 26
187
Chapter 27
195
Chapter 28
201
Chapter 29
207

Chapter 9
57
Chapter 10
61
Chapter 11
67
Chapter 12
73
Chapter 13
87
Chapter 14
97
Chapter 15
103
Chapter 16
109
Chapter 17
119
Chapter 18
125
Chapter 19
131
Chapter 20
143
Chapter 21
151
Chapter 30
215
Chapter 31
223
Chapter 32
229
Chapter 33
237
Chapter 34
243
Chapter 35
251
Chapter 36
261
Chapter 37
267
Epilog
273
About the Author
277
Back Cover
281
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