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Reviewed by Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers' Favorite
Everywhere Nowhere: No One Really Dies As Long As You Are Alive by Daniel J Marco and Barbara Saint John is a true crime story. Daniel Marco lost his son when he was murdered for a laptop. There were no witnesses to the crime, but Marco is going to do everything he can to help solve this senseless crime. Daniel Marco had 23 years’ experience as a criminal defense attorney, and his plan was to stay in full sight, in the media, staying public until his son’s laptop turned up. He never returned to the court after his son’s murderers were convicted, but his journey was far from over. Barbara Saint John is a grief counselor and, with her help, Marco can now tell his story, his road back to hope and peace.
Everywhere Nowhere: No One Really Dies As Long As You Are Alive by Daniel J Marco and Barbara Saint John is a compelling read. It is one man’s story of justice, but also his story of how he coped with grief, how he learned to move on his life. As well as the actual murder and Marco’s bid to find the perpetrators, we are taken on a long, sometimes funny, sometimes dark journey that makes us turn our own lives inside out and examine them. This is in no way a book about how to deal with grief, because we are all different and we all deal with it differently, but it does show that there is always a light at the end of the tunnel if you are prepared to push on and head towards it. I found the story easy to follow simply because it was written in a way that gripped me, a way that brought the story to life as I read it. I would highly recommend this to anybody who is dealing with not just a loss, but a significant change in their lives.