Bill Goodson is a native of Alabama, where he practiced psychiatry for forty years and is now retired.

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Author Bill Goodson

Where Snow Has Lain

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When New York psychiatrist Mark Leibovitz receives an urgent request from his former patient, Lomax Connors, he is perplexed and disturbed.

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Bill's first novel, The Bossuet Conspiracy (iUniverse, 2003), was based on the mysterious death of Trappist monk, Thomas Merton.

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The Bossuet Conspiracy

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Was Thomas Merton’s death in Thailand in 1968 really an accident?

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Not Helpless: The Street Homeless and Their Helpers

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“We might be homeless, but we’re not helpless.

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Though not a recovering alcoholic himself, Bill Goodson, psychiatrist, has found a key to his own spiritual recovery in the formula of Twelve-Step principles.

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