Courage Between Love and Death


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Fireship Press
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6.0 X 0.68 X 9.0 inches | 0.98 pounds
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"Joseph Pillitteri does a great job of bringing the Exposition and an engaging cast of characters to life in Courage Between Love and Death. Pillitteri spins a fast-paced, entertaining tale, and his medical background is well-utilized in the medical inquest after the bungled abdominal surgery which proved fatal to McKinley. If you love a strong-willed woman who can defend herself against personal and professional prejudice, and for a brief moment win a president's heart, read Courage Between Love and Death." -Historical Novel Society

..".Joseph Pillitteri's writing is flawless and delightful. The tension builds up very fast and doesn't slow down until the satisfying conclusion. Courage Between Love and Death is focused, deft, and balanced, and the reader will follow the protagonist through her emotional and psychological turmoil until the very last page. A gripping story with great historical references, it's an edge of the seat read. Courage Between Love and Death by Joseph Pillitteri is a historical novel that is well-researched and written to great satisfaction." --Christian Sia, Readers' Favorite

Courage Between Love and Death is a well-researched and masterfully crafted historical novel with strong characters and a mesmerizing plot. Apart from developing a very strong conflict, Joseph Pillitteri does a brilliant job in weaving powerful dialogues and intrigue into the story. The reader is transported into an atmospheric world with medical personnel, strong personalities, and a historic event that will remain engraved in the minds of many. There is so much to enjoy in this novel -- the drama, the emotional and psychological intensity of the story, the excellent prose and the compelling characters. I was sucked into the narrative from the very first page." --Romuald Dzemo, Readers' Favorite

..".Pilliterri deftly weaves together the state of medicine, the social class spectrum and a light love story...the chaos of the surgery on the President and the anxious days till his death provide palpable tension..." --Dr. Jean Richardson, Associate Professor, Emeritus, SUNY Buffalo State College