“The Touch”

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Page Publishing, Incorporated, Apr 8, 2015 - Fiction - 200 pages

 In our lifetimes, all of us have known friends and family members who were suffering and only needed your healing touch or the touch of another to relieve their suffering. So it is too with our public safety people such as police, firemen, or soldiers who see this more in their daily occupations and private lives. What happens when they are suffering and seek that human touch that could save them?

In this story, Det. Greg Haller is shot during a robbery and because his family needs him so much, he miraculously heals his own wounds and developed his magic touch. After recovery, he seeks out those that have harmed him and along the way brings his healing touch to those among us that need it the most.

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About the author (2015)

 Tom Gross is retired from a Washington DC suburban police department where he served for 21 years, with 18 years as a detective in various assignments. This book, "The Touch,” is his first book and revolves around a strange occurrence to an otherwise ordinary detective that impacts himself and those that he encounters. This gift that he has been granted, is a gift that all of us wish we had at one time or another in our lives. It allows him in certain circumstances, to give relief to those who need it and still allows him to seek out those that have harmed him and others and still do his job. The author after retiring from police work entered the world of Insurance investigations with a major Insurance Company as a Special Investigator.

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