77 by Robert Page

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A student saves a woman’s life with an act of spectacular bravery. Though she is initially the incarnation of David Andrews’ every fantasy, 22 months later he has to face a darker reality: “She had brought him from death to life, from emptiness to fullness: to the death that is emptiness she had returned him.” So begins 28 years in which the brilliant medical career expected of David does not materialize; a consolation marriage fails; and alcohol first curses his life then lays a blessing on it. At their end chance confronts him with Kate Harper-Jones, the woman he believes robbed him by treachery of the life she gave him... and he learns the truth of what really happened.

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Robert Page has led a chequered life. After he aborted his medical studies he followed no career pattern. Among other things he was an estimator/supervisor for a firm of steeplejacks, a speciality salesman, a taxi driver, night staff telephonist with BT, and office manager. He is a recovering alcoholic of some years' standing. In more recent years he has devoted much of his time to writing. In January 2010 O-Books published his "The Presence, a Memoir of Miracles." Since completing 77 he has begun a book on spiritual growth, a subject for which he has a passion. It will be entitled "An Angel called Harry.
Published March 22, 2011 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 417 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Romance, Erotica. Non-fiction

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I particularly enjoyed how the evil voice that shouted from the Pendleton’s loudspeaker repeated over and over “exterminate, exterminate!” I’m sure this was not a mere coincidence in calling to mind the evil race of Dalek’s from the “Dr. Who” series on the BBC.

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