A Painful Post Mortem - Couldn't Put This Book Down

Posted at 23:00pm on 25th August 2008

I’m not normally a reader; however, I could not put this book down. I felt privileged . . . This is an honest account of the difficulties that are all too often encountered behind the scenes. Thank you . . . For those of you have not read it, I strongly encourage you to (do so).

Penny, Torquay

Mel's Comment:

Thanks, Penny. I see from your e-mail that you work in a drugs rehabilitation centre. That makes your praise even more gratifying. Mel

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