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Acts of Honor
Acts of Honor
Author: Vicki Hinze
ISBN-13: 9780312972738
ISBN-10: 0312972733
Publication Date: 12/15/1999
Pages: 340
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

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Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Amazing book about the love that builds between a doctor and one of her patients, a mentally shattered sholdier in a secret military hospital. Great characters and superb plot.
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In a secret military hospital, five mentally shattered officers hold the key to dangerous secrets. A specialists in post traumatic stress syndrome, Dr. Sara West becomes a pawn in an undecover mission. Told that she will uncover answers to the mystery of her brother in laws disappearance. Sara attempts to find out what happened to these soldiers, aware that she's entering a world where knowing too much can be fatal.

Why do these men fear the color white? Why do they repeat the phrase "I wept"? As Sara is drawn to one remarkable patient she calls Joe, the shocking truth is exposed as his memory begins to return. And not even this man whom she is starting to love, can stop her or save her from ommitting an act that will either save millions of lives or condemn her to the darkest hell imaginable.