My spirit took you in : the romance that sparked an epidemic of fear / Louise Troh with Christine Wicker.
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- ISBN: 9781602862890 :
- ISBN: 1602862893 :
- Physical Description: 264 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : color illustrations ; 24 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York, NY : Weinstein Books, 
|Formatted Contents Note:||
A man completely -- A diamond in the dirt -- Farewell, Liberia -- Making a life in America -- The day he didn't call -- My church, my community -- My spirit took him in -- Fever -- Calling 911 -- Diagnosis: Ebola -- Men in yellow suits -- "You have lost the man" -- Twenty-one days and counting -- No room at the inn -- Chasing away darkness.
Thomas Eric Duncan, the first man ever to die of ebola in America, met Troh in a village in the Ivory Coast. She breaks her silence about her experience in this deeply moving memoir, chronicling the decade-long love story that ends in an isolation ward in Dallas, Texas. But losing her fiancé was just the beginning of her ordeal, as her family was "decontaminated," all their belongings destroyed, and her family moved to a support center. This is a side of the ebola story that will surprise many readers.
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