Mike Owens, writer

Non-fiction Works

When death seems the only alternative to a life of pain and suffering, who gets to choose?


Forever young: unlimited lifespan

no longer just a fantasy, but it isn't cheap.

"You're turning the students into robots." That's what the high school principal said, but what other choice did she have?

Care of the Terminally Ill Cancer Patient, Charles C. Thomas, Pub., 2002, 220 pages.

Primary Care Issues for End-of-Life Care, Handbooks in Health Care Co. 2003, 215 pages

She's young, rich, and beautiful, and searching for a new lover to replace the one she shot.