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Publisher's Summary

Dr. Tyler Gentry had it all planned out, but the death of his parents in a plane crash changed everything. When he discovered his father had left him a mountain of debt, piled on top of his own student debt, the offer from Dr. William Hall to join his group of surgeons seemed a perfect solution. But the night before he was to start, Tyler received a call that told him to get out while he could.
Despite the salary and perks, Tyler found a curtain of mystery surrounding the surgical group. The only thing that made it worthwhile was the lovely operating room nurse, Ashley Wynn, with whom Tyler seemed to make an instant connection. But when their first date ended with his car exploding while she watched, Ashley seemed hesitant to continue their relationship.
The stakes continued to rise while Tyler was faced with his dilemma: stay or go?
©2017 Richard L Mabry, MD (P)2017 Richard L Mabry, MD
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4 out of 5 stars
By Dana M. on 11-11-17

doctors dilemma

I enjoyed this story. I have just recently begun listening to books. I felt the story was well written.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Jenny's review A very interesting and very emotional read for sure. Allot of heart went into the writing of Along the Watchtower a story about a soldier who has to decide between truth or fantasy. There’s some language to watch out for but otherwise a very good book. First Lieutenant Frederick Williams aka Freddie finds himself in the fight for his mind after his unit was blown up by a roadside bomb. Not only does he have to fight to heal physically but mentally as well he finds himself wanting to stay in his fantasy world. A wold. where he’s whole and can move around and he learns that he has to complete a 30day quest before he can be king and save his kingdom. During his quest he meets the beautiful gardener Rebecca whom he comes to realize helps him get through some of his trials. Then in the real world he meets Becky who’s in charge of his physical therapy or PT and she seems to be the light he so desperately needs in the darkness, especially after he’s lost both parents and one sibling as well as one missing. Both worlds seem to run parallel and Freddie can’t almost tell the difference between them and that’s went he wants to give up and let the demons win or will he choose life? I was given Along the Watchtower for my honest review! on 11-10-17

Jenny’s review

A good medical mystery for sure so much going in such a short amount of time. Strange phone calls, people who go missing, murder and an explosion with so much more.
Tyler Gentry gets roped into joining a medical group because of mounting debt and the tragic loss of his parents and that’s when all the threats and warnings begin. The only good thing he can see in this whole deal is meeting nurse Ashley Winn and together they try to figure out this crazy mess before it’s too late!

The narrator does a decent job with this story but struggles with the female characters:).

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