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ISBN:
1879094428
ISBN13:
978-1879094420
Author:
Michael Betzold
Publisher:
Momentum Books Llc; Reissue edition (October 1, 1993)
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Pages:
346 pages
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1515 kb
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1429 kb
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Category:
Death & Grief
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Rating:
4.2

Appointment With Doctor Death Hardcover – October 1, 1993. Among those who kept appointments with Dr. Death is a young cancer victim who came to Detroit and died just as Michael Betzold sat down to write this book.

Appointment With Doctor Death Hardcover – October 1, 1993. by. Michael Betzold (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Incredibly-without her knowledge that Betzold was covering the story, and without his knowledge of her impending death-medicide patient was Betzold's first cousin and childhood friend. From Publishers Weekly.

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Michael Betzold is a reporter and covers the story and issues of Dr. Kvorkian from a reporters approach by covering the events and including various view points allowing the reader to make their own decision

Michael Betzold is a reporter and covers the story and issues of Dr. Kvorkian from a reporters approach by covering the events and including various view points allowing the reader to make their own decision. The book begins with background information on Jack Kvorkian from childhood and personal interest. The story continues laying ground work of events that lead to Dr. Kvorkian's first assisted suicide patient. Then continues to detail the legal and political arena that covers the unanswerable question of personal choice in ending one's life

Are you sure you want to remove Appointment with Doctor Death from your list? Appointment with Doctor Death. Are you sure you want to remove Appointment with Doctor Death from your list? Appointment with Doctor Death. Published 1993 by Momentum Books in Troy, Mich.

oceedings{ntWD, title {Appointment with Doctor Death}, author {Michael Betzold}, year {1993} . Thinking about Rethinking Life and Death: The Character and Rhetorical Function of Dramatic Irony in a Life Ethics Discourse.

oceedings{ntWD, title {Appointment with Doctor Death}, author {Michael Betzold}, year {1993} }. Michael Betzold. What is a death with dignity? Jyl Gentzler. The Journal of medicine and philosophy.

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Appointment With Death By Agatha Christie 2. Book On. A collaboration, perhaps, over a play or a book. He thought, still smiling: "Those words might be remembered one day, and be given a more sinister meaning. Book One. 1. "You do see, don't you, that she's got to be killed?" . There had been, he now recollected, a curious nervous intensity in the voice-a tremor that spoke of some intense emotional strain.

Michael Betzold is a Michigan journalist and lifelong Scrabble enthusiast. The author of several books, including Appointment with Doctor Death, Betzold plays Scrabble regularly in an Ann Arbor club and has taught his secrets to getting better scores in adult education classes.

Appointment with Death is a work of detective fiction by British writer Agatha Christie, first published in the UK by the Collins Crime Club on 2 May 1938 and in the US by Dodd, Mead and Company later in the same year. The book features the Belgian detective Hercule Poirot and reflects Christie's experiences travelling in the Middle East with her husband, the archaeologist Sir Max Mallowan.

Examines the life, career, and motives of Dr. Kevorkian, and discusses the debate surrounding doctor-assisted suicide for terminal patients
Reviews:
  • Delaath
The definitive treatment of the zealot who elevated the subject to national attention.
  • Dog_Uoll
Michael Betzold is a reporter and covers the story and issues of Dr. Kvorkian from a reporters approach by covering the events and including various view points allowing the reader to make their own decision. The book begins with background information on Jack Kvorkian from childhood and personal interest. The story continues laying ground work of events that lead to Dr. Kvorkian's first assisted suicide patient. Then continues to detail the legal and political arena that covers the unanswerable question of personal choice in ending one's life. The complexity and sensitivity of the issue has left laws unmade, which allowed Dr. Kvorkian to continue to assist in 16 more suicides. The book describes each person who is assisted in their deaths by Dr. Kvorkian. Then goes on to provide view point information from the various group, including Right to Life, Hemlock Society, Medical Associations and Religious organizations. Each provide thought provoking ideals. The book is well written, percise, and informative. I had a hard time putting the book down. The topic is one that has effected or will effect each and everyone of us at some point in our lives. This book will leave you uncertain if Dr. Kvorkian was truly the angel of mery to his patients or zealot following his own mission.