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What would you do if your child was abducted in a foreign country?What would you do if your spouse used the police and courts to persecute you?How would you survive in a foreign country without money, access to funds, or the support of family and friends?Now together in one book, "Worst Thanksgiving Ever Trilogy" combines Dr. Mangolds three accounts of his trials before, during, and after the abduction of his son Benjamin by the American embassy in Nicaragua one Thanksgiving weekend. It starts with "Mythomania: A Psychodrama" which describes what it is like to live in a Miniature Sick Society and how that sickness also pervades our own society. Fighting a losing battle against government agents at all levels while simultaneously battling forces at home Hell-bent on destroying him, Mangold "wont let the bastards win" and ends the book with his "Treatment Plan" which outlines practical steps he feels are required to heal these institutionalized illnesses."My Worst Thanksgiving Ever" is the true story of Dr. Mangolds tragic Thanksgiving in Managua, Nicaragua searching for his son Ben who was abducted by the U.S. embassy there. Dr. Mangold endured multiple muggings during his search and was eventually imprisoned in an Immigration detention center while the embassy flew in his ex-wife to pick up Ben. Michael Mangold M.D. and Ben were pawns in a cosmic chess game between U.S. government officials and Mikes Nemesis. All he had was a handful of Córdobas and the truth against an unlimited amount of money and power."Desperately Seeking Cereal" is the sequel to "Thanksgiving." Alone, broke, and abandoned by family and friends, this true story relates how Michael Mangold MD survived being homeless in Nicaragua by using his wits and at times doing the "unthinkable.” With help from unexpected sources like a Roman Catholic priest in Estelí and Mormon missionaries in León, Desperately Seeking Cereal also describes how those who are entrusted to serve the needy and desperate often do so at a cost. If at all.