Explaining Alzheimer's and Dementia by David Moore

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What exactly is Alzheimer's disease and dementia? With Alzheimer's and dementia now reckoned to affect thousands in Britain, this is a question that more and more people are needing to ask. The second book in the new Explaining series, Explaining Alzheimer's and Dementia provides a clear and concise introduction to this fascinating and complex subject. Written in accessible, non-specialist language, it provides an ideal introduction for parents, carers, partners and anyone faced with a loved one or client with either of these conditions.
 

About David Moore

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David Moore is a natural storyteller who draws from his own professional experience as a police officer during that turbulent period known as the Troubles. His own novel approach is not to plough over the old bloodied ground of tribal conflict but rather to represent a new landscape of post conflict Ireland, populated with redundant terrorists and their unlikely new bedfellows from British MI5 and secret service spooks. Moore introduces into his mix a character driven by blood and an older history. The Abbot is a creation and the resurrection of a dark elemental, at once familiar and terrifying. He hovers above the narrative invulnerable and driven. Moore engages the reader from the first sentence and has an intuitive sense of pace and purpose. His description of action and the hardware of destruction should satisfy the discerning fan of the political thriller genre .An ingenious and plausibly structured plot allows Moore to open the rural town lands of East Antrim and effortlessly move into the larger world of international terrorism. No mean feat for a first time writer and a most encouraging debut for a natural talent. Michael McCurley Senior Lecturer in English and Creative Writing Stranmillis University College, Belfast
 
Published January 12, 2012 by Straightforward. 120 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction
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