My Spirit Took You In: The Romance that Sparked an Epidemic of Fear: A Memoir of the Life and Death of Thomas Eric Duncan, America's First Ebola Victim

My Spirit Took You In The Romance that Sparked an Epidemic of Fear A Memoir of the Life and Death of Thomas Eric Duncan America s First Ebola Victim Louise Troh fianc e of Thomas Eric Duncan the first man ever to die of Ebola in America breaks her silence about her experience in this deeply moving memoir chronicling the decade long love story th

  • Title: My Spirit Took You In: The Romance that Sparked an Epidemic of Fear: A Memoir of the Life and Death of Thomas Eric Duncan, America's First Ebola Victim
  • Author: Louise Troh Christine Wicker
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  • Page: 182
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Louise Troh fianc e of Thomas Eric Duncan, the first man ever to die of Ebola in America breaks her silence about her experience in this deeply moving memoir, chronicling the decade long love story that starts in Liberia and ends in an isolation ward in Dallas, Texas.

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    1 thought on “My Spirit Took You In: The Romance that Sparked an Epidemic of Fear: A Memoir of the Life and Death of Thomas Eric Duncan, America's First Ebola Victim”

    1. This book tells the story of Louise Troh and Eric Duncan, who were at the heart of the Ebola drama in Dallas in the fall of 2014. Christine Wicker, a former religion reporter for the Dallas Morning News and a bestselling author, assisted Louise in writing the book. Dallas and the nation were inundated with so much misinformation, ignorance, fear, blaming, and prejudice during that time. This book helps to set the record straight. Further, if you want to see a church and its pastor, staff, and ot [...]

    2. thought provoking: we don't always have correct information, yet we treat/mistreat people accordingly; morality (sexual et al) is defined differently in Liberia (and other countries) than I define it

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