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Mercy Killer by James Pence

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Mercy Killer

A serial killer roams the halls of Sentinel Health Systems who’s dedicated to setting people free—with or without their permission.

Dr. Lori Westlake wishes she could help her terminally-ill patients end their suffering on their own terms. So when she’s invited to join the Circle of Peace, a clandestine euthanasia society, she sees it as a possible avenue for her convictions. But Lori’s sister, who also works at SHS, couldn’t disagree more. She believes people are dying who shouldn’t be dying, and she’s determined to find out why. When Lori is accused of murder, their only hope of finding the truth comes from an unlikely source—a former police detective recently diagnosed with ALS who is wrestling with his own powerlessness against his horrible disease.

Previously released under the title The Angel.

$4.99 ebook, $14.99 paperback

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James Pence is a multi-talented author, published in both fiction and nonfiction. James broke into book publishing in 2001 when Osborne/McGraw-Hill published How to Do Everything with HTML, a book about Web authoring. He is also the co-author of Terror by Night, the stunning true story of Terry Caffey, a modern-day Job who lost his wife and children to murder and then forgave the killers. When he's not writing, James is a performance chalk artist, singer, and speaker. In his spare time he teaches karate, writing, and art to home-schooled children. James has been called a “Renaissance man,” but he prefers to be known simply as a follower of Jesus Christ and a storyteller. James and his wife, Laurel, live near Dallas, Texas. They have been married for 33 years and have two grown children and one granddaughter.

Website: http://www.jamespence.com




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