"He placed his large hand atop her small one. Felt its utter
fragility, its unquestioning pliancy yield before him. He traced
the lay of her hand, threading with his forefinger a translucent
line of blue vein against impossibly white skin, until it
intersected a plastic tube now continuous with flesh.
'Liza," he whispered, bent low to her ear. 'Liza. I'm so sorry.
Not for now. Not only for now, but for all of the years that
brought us here. It's so easy to let the sorrow trap you. It's the
easy way out, to mourn forever. It takes courage to continue.""
When Dr. Bing Denton's daughter, Liza, becomes involved in a
seedy underworld, it threatens the existence of his already fragile
family. Faced with estrangement from his wife, Rebecca, and the
haunting of a distant tragedy, he must grapple with the loss of his
surgeon's gift and a frightening descent into madness.
As he struggles to comprehend the soulless workings of the
world, he finds himself increasingly involved with a former
patient. Can Bing save himself and his family, or is it too
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