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Categorization is odious. There is tremendous overlap among genres. These pigeonholes are offered only as a convenience.

Ken Barnett (1956 - )

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blockney April 22nd, 2006 01:38 PM PST

Most everyone has said once they started reading Neck Deep, they couldn't put it down. Find it @ Waldenbooks,amazon,Barnes&Noble.Buy.com, Booksamillion etc. Publisher/auther web site http://www.llumina.com/store/neckdeep.htm

blockney November 5th, 2006 06:48 PM PST

There are some reviews of Neck Deep on Amazon.com, and on Barnes & Nobles web site. I found them to be both positive and interesting.Please read the reviews, you may be inclined to read the book.


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In 1993 Ken Barnett broke a family tradition by becoming an EMT instead of staying in constuction. Drawing from his own true experiences in the field,Neck Deep is his first book. A gripping story of life as a flight paramedic,building a helicopter operation where there had been none while overcoming the often daunting,sometimes strange obstacles he and his colleagues face in their daily efforts to preserve human life. Profound and eye opening, Neck Deep opens the door to a side of emergency care rarely seen, and leaves the reader with an inescapable realization: This could happen to me. Neck Deep shows what happens if it does.

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