Haunting Daisy: Experiences of a Physical Therapist

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Author House, Jun 27, 2011 - Fiction - 160 pages
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Daisy has only been a Physical Therapist for a short time. She has a great support system including coworkers, friends, and her wonderful husband. She is very active and compassionate; however, her compassion for her patients begins to interfere with her own life as they readily pass away. Daisy begins seeing and hearing things that she would have been able to disregard if everyone around her was not having the same experiences. She questions how her home and place of business can both be haunted by the same beings, and why they are her former patients. Finally, she realizes that she must combat her past in order to fix her life and her future.
 

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Contents

Chapter One
1
Chapter Two
10
Chapter Three
27
Chapter Four
40
Chapter Five
50
Chapter Six
61
Chapter Seven
77
Chapter Eight
90
Chapter Nine
102
Chapter Ten
115
Chapter Eleven
123
Chapter Twelve
135
Epilogue
141
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Michelle Distler Tovar wrote her first book to subtly save her brother's life. He read and loved the book, but her plan failed and with nothing more she could do, he was gone. Throughout this task, she realized her love for writing and continues to take stories from those she knows of their personal experiences and incorporate them into her own works.

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