Life Support, by Robert Whitlow, is an amazing novel. The story begins innocently enough, with a young married couple ending a hike with a picnic and
a scenic view. The scene quickly changes, however, when the wife pushes the husband off the cliff and leaves him for dead. Later, she discovers that her
husband has not died, but has indeed survived and is in a coma. Thus begins a major conflict with her father-in-law. She, of course, wants to remove her husband from life support, while her father-in-law does not.
Alex, a young attorney, enters the situation not knowing the truth of the attempted murder and believing the distraught wife’s story. She must navigate through the tangled mess of ethical, medical, and legal issues to help the family in the best possible way.
This book keeps you wanting to discover the next surprise with every page. Easy reading, you won’t want to put it down. Unfortunately, it leaves you at a
cliffhanger at the end, a definite downside for those of us that are impatient!
This was a marvelous book. I am eagerly anticipating reading its sequel, Life Everlasting.
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