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Bad Memories by Douglas Sandler

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John Miller wakes up one morning to face his bitchy, dominating, possessive wife; the shocking death of his friend, a doctor who worked with John at the asylum, and WHOM his wife Julie hates. She was an administrative nurse at the same asylum who dumped another doctor that also worked there to marry John. The interactions of the characters will make you want to hate them all. There is a hidden connection between the heirs (?) and doctors Miller, Younger, AND Smith. Get the book to find out the connection and who did it, and discover why John Miller wishes he never got out of bed that morning.


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Bad Memories By Douglas Sandler

Who is murdering who in Millersburg? John Miller was a doctor at Allendale Asylum. He was sure he didn’t kill three people with the wrong dosage, but the screams haunt him still. The thriller gives you a tangled web of love, abuse, betrayal, double-cross and manipulative people. Miller’s wife Julie dated Doctor Younger but dumped him to marry John Miller.

Douglas Sandler profile

Douglas Sandler born April 13, 1967 in Brooklyn, NY lived there till 1973 then moved to Woodbridge, Illinois where he lived 1973-1975 then to East Northport, NY and lived there 1975-1979. He then moved to Lilburn, Ga. in 1979 where he lived till 1995 when he moved to Metairie, LA till 2000 when he finally moved to Panama City, Florida. He is a abstract realism painter who paints his images of mental illness. Served in the United States Navy 1984-1986 honorible discharge as a YN3.

He has an A.A History from Gulf Coast Community College in Panama City, FL May 2010 and an A.A.S. Paralegal/Legal Assistant from Gulf Coast State College May 2012 and is currently enrolled at Florida State Univ. Panama City, FL. He suffers from Adult ADHD, inner presonal/occupational disorder and scizotypal personality disorder and is a mental health/disibility activist.

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