Falling off the Pedestal by Kath Williams

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Based on a true story, this novel takes the reader on a journey with a small town newspaper reporter as she tries to unravel unethical and unorthodox medical practices of an infertility specialist. Lake Tahoe is the setting where three women face personal and physical challenges with the help of a trusted physician who has his own goals and agenda.

About Kath Williams

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Williams has experience as a reporter and an infertility patient. She studied journalism at Ohio University and The Ohio State University where she was a Kiplinger Fellow. She holds a doctorate from Montana State University. Working in newspapers and magazines, she has been a reporter in Florida, Ohio, and California.
Published November 15, 2000 by iUniverse. 480 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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