If you are ready for a short story with a tall message, you will love this book—A thought provoking and uplifting story that gracefully draws attention to the importance of end-of-life directives. Get ready for many twists and turns and a wide range of emotions.
“A near death experience leads to a murder charge in There’s a Place, a provocative glimpse of one woman’s perception of the afterlife. ….Dana Brown is a heroine with a powerful voice, but she is also a murderer, as revealed in a riveting opening that places the charged felon in the office of a psychiatrist. Presented in a straightforward manner, this exploration of a perceptive woman’s moral crisis delves into issues faced by those with a loved one on life support. Such situations, common among accident victims and the elderly, usually leave little hope for recovery. Dana relates her experiences to her doctor prior to her murder trial. In an approach that simultaneously enlightens and enrages—yes, there is a heaven , and no, murder is not legal—-this brief journey into the psyche of a woman who has almost died will open the eyes of staunch supporters of maintaining life support while conveying a warning to those who wish to terminate patients who linger.” FOREWORD CLARION REVIEW