Upcoming sequel to “Fathers and Sons”

To all my friends,

Over the last year or so, I’ve been working on my new book. “The Resurrections, Man and His Dog” is a story about a cardiac surgeon who doesn’t know how and when to retire. If you read my first book “Fathers and Sons”, the present book is a sequel, with the protagonist being some twenty years older.

Dr. Jack Murano, a prominent cardiac surgeon, is approaching his retirement. After spending thirty years in the operating room and handling many high-pressure cases, he can’t make the transition to the next stage of his life. Murano realizes that he has no other interests and doesn’t know what to do besides taking care of his patients. All the years of commitment to his hospital work leave him estranged from his family. His children don’t come back after college, his wife finally asks for a separation. Only his dog remains faithful and the only companion. Drinking, carefully hidden during his entire professional life, now becomes a factor and Jack’s professional career ends up in a disaster. Facing the loss of his beloved dog after a car accident, Dr. Murano is brought to the brink. Then a miracle happens, and another, and yet another. The story is about resurrections and how people, and animals, do help each other in dire circumstances. And about never giving up. Never.

I am excited to announce that in just a few weeks the book will be available on Amazon in paper and digital form.

One of the most important things any author can do for their book is to have many Amazon customers reviews.

I’d love if you can help with this.

If you wish, I can send you a free copy of my book to read. In return, I ask for an honest feedback in a form of a customer review when my book comes out. Please let me know your address and I will drop it in the mail for you or send you a free digital copy if you want to read it on your device.

Please let me know what do you think, and if you have any questions.

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