Kill Me

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Signet, 2007 - Fiction - 503 pages
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A very wealthy man, deeply affected by an accident that has left a close friend in a vegetative state, enters into a contract with a shady company known as the Death Angels which promises for a million dollars to ensure his death if he should become incapacitated, but when he develops an aneurysm shortly after making the final payment, he realizes he is not at all ready to die.

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White's latest thriller is an outstanding page-turner that examines quality of life, what it means to be living or dying, and who should make that determination. Although series regular psychologist ... Read full review


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White narrates a special introduction that provides the origin of this search into the meaning of life and into quality-of-life issues that could make oneƒ¯‚¿‚½s death preferable to continued ... Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Stephen White is a clinical psychologist and New York Times bestselling author of thirteen previous novels, including The Best Revenge and Missing Persons.

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