Gabriels Promise

a perfect storm materializes when patrick bouchard, an underwater welder working in the shipyards of san pedro, california, loses his only child gabriel to cancer. driven by grief and rage he sets out on a quest to make those he feels responsible pay. specifically, standard pharmaceutical, the mega-corporation owning the hmo which denied radical treatment for his stage 4 terminally ill son. More

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Words: 157,420
Language: American English
ISBN: 9781310353000
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This book participated in the 2013 National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo).

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Stats, as of November 15, 2013:
157428 words completed (goal: 50000)
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About Nicholas Stanton

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Nicholas Sheridan Stanton lives in Southern California. After a thirty-year career in the aerospace industry, he is now a writer by choice and spends his time observing and living life as fully as possible. Stanton’s books include.The Migrant, KK Undercover Mystery: The Cookie Caper, The Gumshoe Diaries, Gabriel’s Promise, and KK Undercover Mystery: The Haunted Field Trip. He lives in San Diego.

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Gabriels Promise
a perfect storm materializes when patrick bouchard, an underwater welder working in the shipyards of san pedro, california, loses his only child gabriel to cancer. driven by grief and rage he sets out on a quest to make those he feels responsible pay. specifically, standard pharmaceutical, the mega-corporation owning the hmo which denied radical treatment for his stage 4 terminally ill son.

Gabriels Promise
A perfect storm materializes when Patrick Bouchard, an underwater welder working in the shipyards of San Pedro, California, loses his only child Gabriel to cancer. driven by grief and rage he sets out on a quest to make those he feels responsible pay. specifically, standard pharmaceutical, the mega-corporation owning the HMO which denied radical treatment for his stage 4 terminally ill son.

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