Everywhere Nowhere: No One Really Dies As Long As You're Alive.
What would you do if your son was murdered on a well lit street just off a major college campus? With no witnesses? No leads? And no motive?
You would do everything you could to help catch the killers, wouldn't you? And that is exactly what Daniel Marco did, after the needless and random murder of his son, gun downed on a well lit street, just off the Arizona State University campus – his son's life exchanged for the laptop computer he happened to be carrying.
Mr. Marco, a 23 year veteran criminal defense attorney knew exactly what he had to do: stay in the media's eye long enough for someone, anyone, to find and turn in his son's property. It worked to perfection.
After the arrest and sentencing of the two men, Mr. Marco thought his life's purpose had been fulfilled. That somehow, someway, his life's destiny was to help the police find the murderers. When the last court hearing finished, he walked out of the courtroom, never to return again, and into a labyrinth of grief and self-destruction.
The book “Everywhere Nowhere: No One Really Dies As Long As You're Alive” is Mr. Marco's story as written to his grief counselor, Barbara Saint John. It was Ms. Saint John that set him to the task of writing out his life's story, to put the murder of his son, his divorce and the loss of his fortune all into context.
What came out of it was a wonderful book,When Ms. Saint John took the liberty of reading Mr. Marco's writing to her other clients she immediately saw positive responses in clients she thought had no hope for short term recovery.
Whether you are suffering from the loss of a loved on or not, this book brings to life lessons of hope, inspiration and new beginnings. There is something in this book, somewhere, for everyone.
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