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Proxy: Medical Kidnap Files

Proxy: Medical Kidnap Files

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Synopsis

Continue the stories of medical kidnap that started with Mito and EDS.

Fourteen-year-old Seth Wilcox has been admitted to the hospital forty-eight times, according to his mother's latest social media posts, when Social Services steps in and takes Seth into care, believing his mother suffers from Munchausen by Proxy and Seth is not safe in her care.

Gabriel Tate is now a veteran in dealing with medical kidnap and reuniting children with their families. He knows Seth and his mom, Leva, a tireless mitochondrial disorder advocate. He knows he needs to get Seth back to Leva as soon as he can.

With the authorities hot on their trails, Gabriel and Renata face increasingly difficult challenges. Can they stay one step ahead of the authorities? Can they finally get Seth somewhere he will be safe?

Praise for Proxy, Medical Kidnap Files:

"Oh my goodness!!!! I need more!! I'm freaking out over here. This was my favorite out of the three."

"I didn't want to put any of [the Medical Kidnap Files] down."

"Although [P.D. Workman's] books are fiction, they hold a remarkable amount of information."

Praise for P.D. Workman

“Every single one of [P.D. Workman's] books has spoken to me in ways no one or almost anything else has. And I have found strength in the books I've read."

"The way that P.D. Workman writes just flows amazingly and allows the reader to get really invested in a book."

"This is one author I certainly will be looking out for, I can't recommend it enough. A fantastic book."
 

Release date: December 3, 2016

Publisher: pd workman

Print pages: 216

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Author’s notes may contain spoilers!

One of my friends from school has EDS. Even though she was diagnosed with hypermobile joints in junior high and went through a number of joint collapses causing broken bones, she was not diagnosed until adulthood, when her two sons were diagnosed with EDS.

I wanted to help with spreading awareness about EDS. As I researched EDS, it occurred to me that it would make a good disease to base one of my medical kidnap books around. A child with frequent dislocations and broken bones, deep bruises, and terrible scarring could easily be mistaken for one suffering from domestic abuse. So, I started work on EDS, book #2 of the Medical Kidnap Files.

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