John a well-known OB-GYN with a dark past. He knows everybody that is somebody. A fertility specialist with a bright future at UMC Hospital. Still, the pain and heartache he hides daily are starting to spill over into his work.

His mother failed to protect him from a predator she called a boyfriend, and now John lives with the scares he left behind. His only enjoyment is reaping his revenge on all women.

John hated women with a passion. But when he invades the wrong woman, her husband will not rest until he has his own revenge. But will it all be too late?

The EPIDEMIC that John has started is already out of control?

Find out what happens when one man’s mental state is so out of control that he doesn’t realize the EPIDEMIC he has started until it is too late…

In "Oops, Sorry We Killed You! What You Should Know Before Putting Your Love One In A Nursing Home," Pompey bravely confronts the harsh reality that not all nursing homes provide the safe and caring environment that families hope for their loved ones. This eye-opening guide offers a critical examination of the potential dangers lurking within some nursing facilities and provides readers with the knowledge and tools they need to make informed decisions about the care of their family members.


The narrative begins with a sobering acknowledgment of the alarming instances where negligence, abuse, and substandard care have led to tragic outcomes for residents. Drawing from real-life stories and extensive research, Pompey sheds light on the dark side of some nursing homes, urging families to be vigilant and proactive in ensuring the safety and well-being of their loved ones.


"Oops, Sorry We Killed You" serves as a comprehensive handbook, outlining essential questions that families should ask when considering a nursing home for their relatives. Pompey emphasizes the importance of thorough research and due diligence in evaluating potential facilities, offering practical checklists and guidelines to assist families in making educated decisions.


The book explores red flags and warning signs that may indicate potential issues within a nursing home, empowering readers to recognize and address problems before they escalate. From staffing ratios and staff training to facility cleanliness and the quality of medical care, Pompey provides a detailed roadmap for families navigating the challenging process of choosing a safe and reliable care environment.


With a compassionate yet resolute tone, Pompey encourages families to become advocates for their loved ones, teaching them how to communicate effectively with facility staff and administration. Legal considerations, resident rights, and avenues for reporting concerns are also explored, equipping readers with the tools to ensure their loved ones receive the quality care they deserve.


"Oops, Sorry We Killed You" What You Should Know Before Putting Your Love One In A Nursing Home is a call to action for families and caregivers, urging them to be vigilant, informed, and proactive in safeguarding the well-being of their loved ones in nursing homes. By shining a light on potential dangers and providing practical guidance, this book aims to empower readers to make decisions that prioritize the safety, dignity, and happiness of their family members in their golden years.