The Match

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One of the wealthiest men on earth is near death and when the super rich are dying there is no shortage of jackals and hyenas waiting to feast on the carcass. But then a miracle arrives that can possibly, possibly, save the billionaire’s life and powerful forces are suddenly unleashed: Hate...Vengeance...Greed... Fear... Forgiveness.... Memory....Murder....Love.
Something has to give!

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Published: Sep. 13, 2010
Words: 77,890
Language: English
About Davinia Bostick

Dr. Bostick was born and raised in El Paso, Texas and currently lives in the Southwest. She earned her Bachelor's and Master's in Nursing from University of Texas. Dr. Bostick's graduate focus was in psychiatric mental health and her primary studies researched family violence, abuse, addictions and arts as a healing modality. Her PhD is from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in Denver.
She has practiced in Medical-Surgical, Pediatrics and Psychiatric nursing and is licensed in TX., NM., CA., NJ., with inactive licenses in Maine and Colorado. She has been an educator in face to face and Online classes since 1991. Last year a hard copy of THE MATCH by Davinia Bostick was published. Her study of the sociopathic personality played a role in the character development of the criminal minds in the novel. It is a good read for any one interested in psychiatric mental health and the sociopathic personality as she weaves the sociopath's ability to fool unsuspecting persons into a web of deceit with a smile and seemingly noble intent. This edition of THE MATCH is co-authored with David Vale.
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Review by: Librophiliac on Nov. 27, 2010 : star star star star
I found this an suspenseful and well written thriller. The characters, both good and bad, were intriguing, and the story line unique. Although I thought the ending wrapped up things a bit too neatly, The Match held my interest and I would recommend it to anyone looking for a good read
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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