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Today and tomorrow (Saturday and Sunday) you can download, for free, a copy of my memoir, "Please Stop," if you have access to a Kindle. About a third of the book deals with my wife's ten-year struggle with Parkinson's, and how we coped. The Prologue, Epilogue and Chapters 14-19 center on those years. Go to Amazon.com and enter my name: Claude Bachand.

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  • Thank you for your generosity!

  • i dont have kindle is there any other way. tx

  • Not for free. Usually it's 99 cents on Kindle, but occasionally I can get them to waive the 99 cents. It is available in paperback for $9.75, also by going to Amazon.com and entering: Claude Bachand. You can read the reviews of the book plus an excerpt. The book is 282 pages long, 110 of which center on the years with Parkinson's. The rest is the story of

    our lives, growing up during the 40s, raising a family, earning a living, and raising a family.

  • Hope this is helpful to you, and that you enjoy reading it. If so, please do a review on Amazon, or drop me at note at bachcla@sc.rr.com This was written in memory or my wonderful and courageous wife, Dotty. Best wishes to you.

  • Thank you! I look forward to reading it!

  • Hope it is helpful to you and you enjoy reading it. If so, please review it on Amazon, or drop me a note at bachcla@sc.rr.com Best wishes to you.

  • Free on UK Amazon. Will enjoy reading. Thanks

  • About 30 people in UK downloaded this. Hope it's helpful to you and you enjoy reading it. If so, please review it on Amazon, or drop me a note at bachcla@sc.rr.com

  • Thankyou, just downloaded it.

  • This was written in memory of my wonderful and courageous wife, Dotty. If the book is

    helpful and enjoyable, please review it on Amazon or drop me a note at Bachcla@sc.rr.com Very best wishes to you.

  • Thanks! I put on both my Kindle, and my husband's.

  • Hope it's helpful and you enjoy reading it. If so, please do a review on Amazon. Or drop me a note at Bachcla@sc.rr.com This was written in memory of my wonderful, courageous wife, Dotty.

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