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After his ambulance is T-boned and sent careening down an embankment, medic Jay Barlow faces a life without the use of his legs and a depression that cannot be consoled by his loving wife of twenty-six years and supportive adult children. But when an opportunity to become a docent at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum is presented to him Jay begins to see a way out of his despair as he gives tours from his wheelchair and immerses himself in the impressive collection of artifacts and the stories of the military veterans who volunteer there. He eventually finds himself in a world where he can escape his physical limitations and become a part of history.
ROLLOVER is the final book of a trilogy that follows the life of Jay Barlow. Jay’s experiences mirror my own — fifteen years in the field of medicine, first as a biomedical electronic technician and then as an emergency medical technician. Like myself, Jay’s career as an EMT ends due to disability, and he finds himself at the Smithsonian’s Udvar-Hazy Center as a docent giving tours from his wheelchair, something that I did for six years. An added bonus for me in writing ROLLOVER was being able to add one of my heroes to the story.