William Washington was a young boy in Mississippi, living on a planation adjacent to a cemetery when he met Spector. Their encounter was unusual. For years after, William wondered whether Spector was only a figment of his boyhood imagination. Now, as a grown man and father in Chicago, William tries to make sense of his mother’s passing. Wracked with grief at the suddenness of her death, a voice is once again in William’s ear, and a cool breeze across his skin announces Spector’s presence once more. Is there more to his mother’s death than meets the eye? Is the inclination to investigate further a realistic option, or is he hearing voices and losing his sanity? William is faced with a lesson on faith, discovering where to place his trust when the stakes are at their highest.
Written in a conversational tone, Spector, is a must-read memoir for anyone having to steer through the healthcare system and a wakeup call for healthcare service providers. Spector is based on a true story.