Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Pump Your Book Virtual Tours Presents: Euthanasia by Mack Mulluncey
Anti-abortion crusader Tobin Bartell wouldn’t have it any other way. As The Leader of The Movement, when he’s not organizing protests or giving speeches, he’s orchestrating a campaign of harassment against women like Alex…and plotting to kill the local abortion doctor.
And Tobin has no shortage of candidates for the job: Paige wants money, Courtney wants love, Derek wants to belong. Tobin just wants it done…and it doesn’t matter to him who does it.
Life. Death. Murder. It’s all the same to them.
ABOUT AUTHOR MACK MULLUNCEY Mack Mulluncey considered writing a traditional bio, then she remembered no one really cares. You can visit her at:
I became really upset with the way he treated the woman who had the abortions...and most of the young workers realize really soon what he is about and quit.
This book deals with some very tough dark subjects, adultery, incest, rape, and abortion. Making it hard for me to read. It is really not the type of book I usually read. It did read very, very fast, and did show the heart ache that some of these poor woman felt after undergoing this procedure.
I have never [as of yet] been on the picket lines at these places, but some of my family have. They surely didn't act the way these people did. They would just pray for them and hoped for the right decision.
I received this book through Pump Your Book Publicity Tours, and was not required to give a positive review.
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Not the kind of book I usually read but I enjoyed it.ReplyDelete