After writing for many years while still working in medicine, I completed ten books, but went on to the next before finalizing and trying to find an agent and publisher. After retiring, I felt compelled to publish three important medical nonfiction books first, before finalizing the novels. The information on these nonfiction book is found on my Amazon Author Page. https://www.amazon.com/-/e/B007BI6SW8
Eyes of a Pedophile – Sexual predation and child victimization are prevalent problems in the US and around the world. It happens at home, on college campuses, schools, churches and in the workplace. The #MeToo movement has allowed women, men and children the acceptance to report and reveal sexual violence they endured. Many who have hidden the secrets for decades finally have an avenue to reveal the stories that years earlier would not have been believed.
This book is a true crime story of a violent pedophile who preferred pre-teen boys. Sexual predators usually target a particular age and sex, others are indiscriminate. They operate in environments where their actions can be hidden. They are adept liars. The book peers inside the mind of a violent predator and provides an overview of common recognizable behaviors that may help you and protect children.
Sexual predators never stop. Reporting and prosecution are essential.
Your Heart – Prevent & Reverse Heart Disease in Women, Men & Children – Heart disease is the #1 killer of men and women. It is preventable, treatable and sometimes reversible. The 200-page book provides the science behind the disease, symptoms, and what you can do to improve heart health. It is a valuable handbook for information on medical workups, medications, food choices and longevity.
Modern Birth Control – The CDC reported the highest number of STDs ever in 2016. Did you know sexually transmitted diseases could kill you? That some cause infertility? This 50 page booklet is based on current scientific information on biology, ovulation, birth control methods, how to better protect yourself from unplanned pregnancy, and avoidance of Sexually Transmitted Diseases.
Most people realize HIV is sexually transmitted and until recently was a fatal disease. With improved treatment, it is often a chronic disease, but rarely curable. However, hepatitis can be sexually transmitted – Hep C and Hep B are common and can result in liver failure. Chlamydia causes scaring in Fallopian tubes resulting in tubal pregnancies and infertility. These are all disturbing problems many people don’t want to think about. Learn about these diseases and more, along with diagnosis and treatment.
Modern Birth Control contains essential information for sexually active men and women. There is a short section on sexual assault, what to do if this happens.
Make important life decisions based on knowledge.
Betty Kuffel, MD