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Medicine
  • Author:
    Ross Martin
  • ISBN:
    1849910359
  • ISBN13:
    978-1849910354
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  • Publisher:
    Chipmunkapublishing (October 15, 2009)
  • Pages:
    176 pages
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    Medicine
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A Mother to Kill a Son book. Ross Martin now lives with his wife in Oxford. Adopted as a child, he was subjected to years of cruelty and abuse.

A Mother to Kill a Son book. At age 28, whilst serving in the RAF abroad, he became ill, unable to walk, and this was originally diagnosed by Royal Navy doctors as a tumour on the brain, but on return to base in UK, Royal Air Force doctors reversed the diagnosis and admitted him into a psychiatric unit where he remained for four months subjected to mind altering drugs and.

Nicky Fowler, adopted at birth is the family scapegoat until one day he is forced to stand up to his abuser, but he pays a heavy price. Later in life with the memory of Dolly cast aside for ever, Nicky suddenly becomes seriously ill. Misdiagnosis by RAF Doctors, cast him into a psychiatric ward to be treated for his repressed anger toward his estranged mother

Coauthors & Alternates.

Now's the Hour: New Thinking for Holyrood (Fabian Special). by Jack McConnell, Matt Smith, David Begg, Gerry Hassan, Ross Martin. ISBN 9780716340430 (978-0-7163-4043-0) Fabian Society, 1999. Coauthors & Alternates.

First book 'Mother to Kill a So. now published in ebook. If you can keep your head when all around you are losuing theirs-and blaming it on yo.

That's pathetic, honourless and poses a very simple view of the world. He like Ned was directly hurt from the rebellion which is why he was willing to kill him because he believes it's for the better since Rhaegar was utterly failing as a ruler. But he loves his family, he was the one who raised Daenerys actually, since Viserys didn't trust Rhaegar to raise her. She's very important to him (in a non romantic way) because she's the last thing he has as a reminder of his mother, so he loves her deeply. Thanks for reading! Actions.

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Description

The author's inspirational memoir is a no holds barred, vivid account, depicting the victim's experience of abuse and cruelty at the hands of a mother possessed. Nicky Fowler, adopted at birth is the family scapegoat until one day he is forced to stand up to his abuser, but he pays a heavy price. Later in life with the memory of Dolly cast aside for ever, Nicky suddenly becomes seriously ill. Misdiagnosis by RAF Doctors, cast him into a psychiatric ward to be treated for his repressed anger toward his estranged mother. Mind-changing drugs and brainwashing therapy fail to erase his determination to survive. When close to death a brain tumor is found, but whilst in hospital and semi-conscious Dolly visits him out of the blue, and Nicky confronted by his past believes he is about to die again. This moving and compelling story shows that it is possible to survive the system, and eventually find a happy life.

About the Author

Ross Martin now lives with his wife in Oxford. Adopted as a child, he was subjected to years of cruelty and abuse. At age 28, whilst serving in the RAF abroad, he became ill, unable to walk, and this was originally diagnosed by Royal Navy doctors as a tumour on the brain, but on return to base in UK, Royal Air Force doctors reversed the diagnosis and admitted him into a psychiatric unit where he remained for four months subjected to mind altering drugs and group therapy administered in an attempt at cleansing him of his inner 'hatred''. When close to death, a tumour was located and removed, but Ross now suffers permanent physical disability including related bouts of depression. Invalided from the RAF in 1976 Ross then began a career as a qualified social worker in the probation service working with offenders with mental health issues. Though recently retired, Ross still works as a freelance anger management trainer. The author's son has been in hospital 15 years, diagnosed at 25 years of age as a paranoid schizophrenic. Ross is in regular contact with him and takes him on outings where he can feel safe and free. His role as father and carer gives Ross a wide insight into the sometimes bizarre world of Mental Health.