Tuesday, February 23, 2016

An Open Heart by Harry Kraus

★★★★ ☐ The publisher has provided a copy for review.
Having lived in a part of the world where spirits and spells are commonplace, I found this book fascinating. Not everything can be explained by rational and scientific methods.

Cardiac surgeon Jace Rawlings finds himself in the middle of confusion, accusation, and danger. He has left his wife and messy accusations behind in the USA to work in Africa, where he grew up. But things are not as they seem on the surface. Though he remembers the levels of power and the value of bribery, he tries to maintain his integrity to "get the job done" as a heart surgeon.

Through one heart-stopping adventure after another, Rawlings opens his heart to what is Real and True. An exciting and enjoyable read, especially for those interested in Africa and the role of altruism and compassion care in non-Western settings.

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