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Living with a Dead Man: A Story of Love Paperback – March 4, 2016
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About the Author
Marianne Bette is a Family Physician in Southbury Conn., the town where she was born and raised. She is a clinical professor at the University of Connecticut’s medical school, Quinnipiac University’s medical school and the University of Vermont’s medical school.
She went to Loyola University in Chicago, and attended medical school at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. For 18 years she lived and worked in the “high desert” of Palmdale and Lancaster, CA, before moving back to Southbury 17 years ago.
Marianne has three daughters that she’s very proud of.
The oldest, her step-daughter Sarah, lives in California with her three children and her husband, who is a chef.
Her daughter, Caitlin, is in her last year of UConn medical school and is going into Family Practice.
Justine, the youngest, is in her third year of college at Warren Wilson College in Asheville, NC, and is studying to become an equine-facilitated psychotherapist.
While Marianne never anticipated becoming an author, as many writers know, sometimes there's a story that just won't let you go until it's written. When Marianne's husband, Thom, asked her to write this book, she never thought she would. Twelve years later, it is finally seeing the light of day.
Her hope is that, in reading it, you reconnect to the people and ideals that are most important to you in living a fulfilling life.
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I thank the author for sharing such an utterly painful time in her and her children's lives, but also applaud her on her ability to make a reader feel as if he or she is reading a personal message.
This is one of the few books that I can sincerely say I won't forget.
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