Tanning on Dangerous Beaches

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In what will be his final book of poetry, renowned psychologist and poet Jack Apsche writes, "Cancer has changed me." In this remarkable collection, we experience the many ways that incurable cancer has, indeed, changed this gifted poet—even changing the deep scars of survival in Vietnam. Facing the end of life, Jack's poems shout out with urgency and pure honesty, yielding a bouquet of clarity... More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781311436054
About Dr. Jack A. Apsche

Jack A. Apsche holds a doctorate in Psychological Studies from Temple University in Philadelphia. He is currently pursuing an advanced degree in Criminal Justice. Dr. Apsche is a researcher, author, lecturer, and consultant His curiosity in human behavior extends well beyond serial killers, from the everyday problems of everyday people, to the particular problems of Viet Nam veterans, the behavior of organized crime and law enforcement, and the rise of the German neo-Nazi movement His research centers on the quest to uncover the reasons for the behavior differences between the ‘saints,” the “sinners,” and the rest of us.

Dr. Apsche lives with his wife and family in West Virginia. USA

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