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Bill Getz

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9 April 2012
Prepare for an intellectual and controversial journey into the unknown. A distinguished group of medical researchers at a major private university undertake a project to examine the death phenomenon on the basis that medical and legal death definitions have changed over the centuries. Although much research has been done about life at conception and after birth, little has been done to explore life after death using scientifc methods of research. What these researchers find shakes the foundation of current understanding of death of the human body, and causes an uproar in the news media and among religious leaders.

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Bill Getz is a retired military officer, industry and civil government executive. Bill is also a decorated combat veteran in both four-engine bombers and single-engine fighters. He is the publisher and editor of the two volume anthology, "The Wild Blue Yonder: Songs of the Air Force," over 1000 songs from WWI through post-Vietnam, with introductions by General James H. "Jimmy" Doolittle and Brigadier General Robin Olds. Bill has authored and co-authored non-fiction books, and has many published articles in leading journals. Bill and his wife, Vicki, live in Northern California. On December 31, 2012, Bill was appointed a Chevalier (Knight) of the Legion of Honor, France's highest honor, by President Hollande of France. On January 1, 2014, Bill's fourth novel, "Sarah: a tale of timeless love" was published by Amazon Kindle with the print version available on Amazon in the middle of the month.

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Bill Getz is a retired military officer and former executive in industry and civil government. He is the author of the spy novel, "Double Eagles," and non-fiction books and articles. Bill lives with his wife in Northern California. Search the Internet for "Bill Getz" for more information.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Getz keeps readers of this novel anxiously looking forward to the next page. Great ending. 14 Nov 2012
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Getz keeps readers of this novel anxiously looking forward to the next page. Great ending by a well forward thinking author.
5.0 out of 5 stars Well done! 7 Jan 2014
By Jerry Cochran - Published on
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This is an unusual but well crafted novel that is based on current medical of
The death state. As with any Bill Getz work, the writing is spectacular.
5.0 out of 5 stars Imaginative and innovative 13 Oct 2013
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Interesting novel about some possible events that may be in our future. I am a retired AF officer and found this to be too close to home. A good read.
2.0 out of 5 stars Interesting premise 26 Dec 2012
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I really enjoyed Getz' WWII story, Double Eagles, so I got this one as well. The book starts off with an interesting premise that intrigued me. However, as it progresses, the writing becomes ponderous and the pacing is so slow, I just couldn't finish it. The technical and scientific background is so flawed as to make the story unengaging.
5.0 out of 5 stars Tantalising, but somehow incomplete. 2 Nov 2012
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Great story! Fascinating concept, very well presented. A good ending, but a disappointment because it was too easy to get there.
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