SECRET THOUGHTS a Medical Thriller

H.S. Clark
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Genres: Thrillers and Suspense, Mystery, Action and Adventure. Format: Multiple. Views: This Week 21, Total 2149.
Something is rotten in Seattle, where seven innocent people are dead from tainted cold medicine and some of the country's wealthiest CEOs are suffering from corporate espionage on an unprecedented scale. Dr. Paul Powers search for the truth turns him into the prime suspect and an international fugitive desperate to clear his name. But how do you catch a killer who knows exactly what you're thinking? H.S. Clark takes the reader on a wild ride along the cutting edge of medical technology and into the dark side of digital medicine.

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Good Story, Well Written, Probably Recommend, Reasonably Edited in 1 reviews.
Paul Smith : The story is marketed as a "Medical Thriller". Well, it is has a strong medical bent but I'd say it was a thriller and rather like Ian Fleming's stories, where one needs to suspend reality and follow the twists and turns as the intrepid hero continues against all of the odds.

It is a fast paced story that sweeps you through US medical practice, police and law enforcement and finally the federal government agencies and ends up in Columbia to tie up the loose ends. The story is far-fetched in places but if you put aside any issues with practicality (and I could) then it is an interesting read with an intriguing plot and some interesting characters.

I guessed the end ... I will not spoil it by telling you but there is a twist that's left for the next book.
Buy it, I think you may enjoy it.