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Riassunto: Euthanasia Island ... a final destination for the terminally ill ... an island paradise of pristine beauty, white sandy beaches, epic mountains and valleys and a sunrise surpassed only by the magnificence of the sunsets-in short, the perfect place for friends and family to bring their loved ones to enjoy a final three days of rest, beauty and reconciliation, followed by a quick and painless death without suffering or lingering pain. No bureaucratic meddling or government interference could interfere in these international waters or otherwise prevent the final peace sought by its participants. Stanley Rosenthal purchased and designed the operations on Euthanasia Island after nursing his wife through a long fatal illness, hoping to spare others the pain and horror he had experienced. However, over time, Stanley's original intentions wander far from his original path of good intentions. And now something is very, very wrong on Euthanasia Island. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: J. Bruno has published several stories including 'Told U So,' 'Piece of Mind,' 'SNUFF,' and 'Time Changes.' He recently sold a screenplay, 'The Chick'in Little Caper,' and wrote a humorous/informative monthly column explaining Internet sites. He's also written articles for several Internet sites on a wide variety of subjects. He is educated in architecture and construction, with a further education in writing and public speaking. J. Bruno likes to write stories and hopes you enjoy reading this one.
L'autore: J. Bruno Born and raised in Northeast Pennsylvania, the Pocono Mountain area, in then, the small town of Hazleton. I grew up watching the landscape being strip-mined of the Natural Resource called Anthracite Coal. While the coal hauling tractors crisscrossed up and down Route 309, Route 924, and Diamond Avenue. I remained busy eating Jimmy?s Hot Dogs, Third Base Hoagies, and Senape?s pizza, (also known as Pitz). The usually cold days gave way to an even colder night where we gathered at ?The Lot?, The lot being a shopping center parking area fronting on the center strip of town, Broad Street. If Hazleton had an epicenter it would have been Broad Street. Broad Street, the place where we drove our American Made, make-shift Hot-rods aimlessly up and down in the mission to fight off boredom, (and occasionally to meet the new girl in town.) During this time we waited patiently for summer to arrive, this happened sometime in July, and departed sometime in August. The other general gathering places usually involved alcohol, places like; ?The Warm-up Lounge?, ?The Roman Gate?, ?The Oscar?, and ?Shenanigans? (Really Original), to name a few of the taverns. The only requirement for entry into most establishments, you needed to be taller then Bugs Bunny?s Ears. The advantages or disadvantages of frequenting the local establishments, you got to see the same people, day after day after day - - -. Then one day, they left the gate open . . . I now reside in Florida with my wife of 24 years, Annie. An Italian Gray Hound who is getting up in age, (he has one paw in the grave, and the other paw on a banana peel, and the other paw on a banana peel, and the other paw on a banana peel), and a Calico Cat with an Attention Deficit Disorder. We raised two wonderful children, a boy, Joey, and a girl, Ashley, now both in the Armed Forces. Oh yeah, we picked up a son-in-law along the way, Justin, who is also serving in the Armed Forces. God Bless Them All. Thank you for reading! Joe.
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Descrizione libro Yellowback Mysteries, 2009. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 1596636084
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