Janina: A Captivating Story of an Exceptional Lady

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AuthorHouse, Apr 6, 2006 - Fiction - 160 pages
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JANINA brings two strangers together.  One, a prominent Boston artist and grandmother recently widowed when her physician husband died; the other, a middle aged family man and published medical research scientist from Los Angeles. 

 

An unexpected bond develops between them following an unlikely meeting.  This bond eventually reveals their inner strengths, insecurities and fears, as well as their abilities to rise from meager beginnings and make significant accomplishments in the face of overwhelming hardships, personal doubts and disappointments. 

 

A near-death-experience becomes the directive force for one; death in the medical field strains each of their ingrained faiths. 

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About the author (2006)

A professional clinical and medical research microbiologist, trained through the Ph.D. level, published numerous scientific articles that have been read by many research investigators in over 60 countries around the world.  One whose credits include the editing and publishing of a scientific newspaper for microbiologists in the Southern California area, and the writing of general interest articles that have appeared in numerous local and national magazines. 

 

In addition to this, the author has been recognized for his work in Who’s Who in the West, the Dictionary of International Biography and by Two Thousand Men Of Achievement.     

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