"When Malcolm McKenna was just eleven months old in 1926, fate projected a momentous and long life for this boy. In this memoir, Dr. Malcolm McKenna narrates the story of his private battle incessantly fought to fulfill his destiny—an unbelievable story about an unbelievable man who fit no molds.
From his military service in Europe during World War II to his thirty-five years practicing medicine, Trail of Envy tells how McKenna pushed the boundaries of traditional medicine and acceptable love. His ability to diagnose bordered on clairvoyance, and his desire to heal the sick was an addiction. McKenna’s roller coaster life was both revered and condemned.
McKenna used simple truths to solve complex problems in medicine and in life. He fully understood his own limitations and the limitations of those who envied him. Forgiveness was his shield and his armor. He followed roads well-traveled, roads into the wilderness, and roads forbidden. Wherever he went, he left a trail of envy."
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Published May 12, 2010
Biographies & Memoirs.