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Greg Amato of Chicago is a pharmacist and accountant. He has worked with a major health insurance carrier and a major consulting firm. He served the Indian Health Service on the Navajo and Hopi Indian reservation. Greg also worked for a drug manufacturer. He worked at a VA hospital in Columbia Mo.
He has Kayaked 300 miles down the Mississippi, bicycled across Iowa 530 miles and climbed the Commander Glacier in British Columbia.
He has written several books including the following:
TLC: Tender Loving Crimes ; about a male nurse who euthanizing patients
Burt, Greg and Harley on Route 66: a memoir of a motorcycle trip he took looking for the meaning of life
The Reservation: a tale of a pharmacist who worked for a Navajo and Hopi Indian reservation
A Point in Time: which are short stories about the life and time around Woodstock
Murder at One, Zero ,Delta:
Greg's new book is called Diagnosis: Manic Depressive Charges; Murder One