He Died In Childbirth

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iUniverse, Jun 1, 2004 - Fiction - 132 pages
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Identity theft. It all starts when he meets a beautiful girl in a bar. One thing leads to another for David Cartwright as he agrees to go back to Darlene Pritchard's hotel room. Thinking he got lucky, he's become the unluckiest man alive.

Shockingly he awakens to discover himself in her body. It's the worst case of identity theft imaginable. Keys and credit cards are nothing - Pritchard has stolen Cartwright's very body. He also discovers the waves of nausea and vomiting he's experiencing are more then discomfort--it's pregnancy. What follows is a cat and mouse game taking Cartwright around Canada, the U.S. and the astral plane as he tries desperately to regain his body and decide what to do about the baby. Making matters worse, if Cartwright hurts Pritchard, he hurts himself! It gives new meaning to the old saying, "I share your pain."

The pace continues to quicken as the baby comes to full term and Cartwright begins to run out of options, as Pritchard always seems to be one step ahead.

Will David Cartwright regain his body? What will become of the baby? The answers will surprise and shock you!

Reviewed by Rob Vogt, Journalist, Claresholm Local Press Claresholm Alberta, Canada

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