The older they got, the less frequent their visits became. That was no surprise. They had their own lives to lead…
Encinitas, Calif. (PRWEB) May 16, 2014
Releasing his fourth novel, author Nicholas Morell treats readers to a touching tale of a father who was separated from his two sons. Entitled “Oversight,” this new release shows everyone a brilliantly wrought tale of family, relationships, life, and what it means to be human.
“They arrived within about two hours of each other. The older they got, the less frequent their visits became. That was no surprise. They had their own lives to lead…
And their lives were busy, very busy. The world had shown each of them their own on-ramp, and after choosing to accelerate into traffic, each was consumed by their chosen sphere.”
Readers are to follow an intriguing story of a family separated by a traumatic event; a test fate had thrown their way. Separated they may be, but the heart of the loving father led him to look for his sons, and watch them out of devotion and longing — all without the sons’ knowledge. The father knows that any contact with his sons may result in harm to all involved, so he keeps his distance and protects his sons in silence.
A cleverly written tale, “Oversight” will compel readers to keep guessing through a succession of emotional encounters, which spiral towards an unpredictable conclusion. Everyone will surely experience a sense of relation to the intense emotions this familial tale brings.
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About the Author
Nicholas Morell is a retired Obstetrician who worked with Kaiser for over 35 years. His wife Cheryl is a practicing Pediatrician with Kaiser. They have three sons, two of whom have gone into medicine, and the third into research.
OVERSIGHT * by Nicholas Morell
Publication Date: March 19, 2014
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 240 pages; 9781493144228
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