Abbotsford paramedic and author Luciano Nisi of Abbotsford has released his third book, Untold Stories of a Paramedic.

Abbotsford author releases Untold Stories of a Paramedic

Third book written by Luciano Nisi

Abbotsford author Luciano Nisi has released his third book, which shares his experiences as a paramedic.

Untold Stories of a Paramedic takes the reader right into the action of real calls.

“You will witness the heart-pounding, adrenaline-pumping action of dealing with a stabbing, shooting or overdose,” Nisi says.

He said the book also shows the humorous side of the job, and he shares everything from the dialogue with his partner to his own thoughts.

Nisi has been a paramedic for more than 15 years, working in both rural and downtown urban areas.

He immigrated from Italy to Canada as a young child. His passion for writing this book came about from a desire to share his experiences as a paramedic.

Nisi’s interest in being a medic dates back to his full-time service with the Canadian military. He served as an airborne medic for six years, parachuting from aircraft with his medical bag, assault rifle and rucksack, taking care of the soldiers with whom he served.

Nisi is also the author of “Crossing the Line: How to Cross a Land Border Stress Free” and “Trail Ready: How to Pack and Prepare for Hiking Emergencies.”

He is currently writing his fourth book, sharing memoirs of his life as a soldier.

When Nisi is not writing, he enjoys flying airplanes, photography, and hiking in the back-country.

Untold Stories of a Paramedic is available for purchase online in soft cover, hard cover and e-book from Chapters Indigo, amazon.ca, amazon.com and at Nisi’s website nisi-ebooks.com.

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