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    2012 - 02.04

    Ami was three years old when her mother’s killer attempted to murder her, too. Man, alone, couldn’t have saved her. It was a battle fought by doctors, nurses and miraculous intervention. Beyond the Surgeon’s Touch is filled with stories based on actual events that have been witnessed and recorded by the staff of emergency rooms and surgical suites, even in their own lives. These accounts prove that medical personnel are, after all, just human and they pray for divine assistance, too, when trying to save a life. Sometimes those pleas are answered. These stories illustrate that miracles can, and do, happen to average people more often than you may realize.


    5.0 out of 5 stars Believe,September 13, 2011
    This is a must read book. Once you pick it up you won’t put it down until you have infused the last word into your heart. This book will definitely remind you of what is possible when nothing seems possible.
    5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful Inspirational True Stories,September 12, 2011
    By Susan Case (Texas, USA)
    I highly recommend this book for anyone. It will make you realize how fortunate you are to be alive and well. Touching stories of ordinary people reveal the miracles behind their remarkable recoveries and experiences. Hospital staff are special indeed but these stories will inspire you and make you appreciate caretakers all the more. Wonderful short stories for a quick read but leave you pondering their impact.
    5.0 out of 5 stars Beyond the Surgeon’s Touch: Help from Above,February 16, 2011
    ‘Beyond the Surgeon’s Touch’ is a book I found very enjoyable and very hard to lay down. It contains several stories, all of which showing that there is a higher power involved in our lives. All of the stories are interesting just on the merits of Gloria’s writing and story telling ability. She holds the reader’s interest with her colorful but serious descriptions and then adds so much to the story by delving into the doctor’s, nurse’s and caregiver’s realization that often there is a higher power involved in the saving of a life other than just the ‘surgeon’s touch’.
    5.0 out of 5 stars Awe enspiring,February 15, 2011
    I have read most of this author’s material and have enjoyed them all, but this touched me personally as what was written is all true. The stories inside will touch even the hardest person. I cried, laughed, put my hand over my heart, held the person I love most, and prayed while reading this book. You will turn page after page in wanting to know what comes next and how uplifting each story reads. Don’t let this book stay out of your collection!
    5.0 out of 5 stars One of my favorite reads!,February 14, 2011
    I love this book. It’s so down-to-earth yet spiritual at the same time. Well written and an easy read. Some of the stories really touched me.
    4.0 out of 5 stars Raw, gripping, true stories of miracles that go beyond medicine,February 13, 2011
    As a retired paramedic and an RN for 30+ years I can tell you that the author has “been there and done that”. These true stories are a testament to the healing powers beyond the scope of our understanding and the human courage and tenacity to survive when all odds are against you. The book often brought me to tears of both sadness and joy. I hope that the author plans to follow up this book with more of these truly inspirational stories.
    5.0 out of 5 stars A work of art,January 4, 2011
    Beyond the Surgeon’s Touch is an artful masterpiece of pain and healing, hope and despair, hopelessness and faith. I ordered this book in Kindle version and could not put it down. Gloria Teague wraps her reader’s emotions up with those of her characters, creating a bond between them. Buy this book. Read it with a box of tissues nearby.

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