The Black Samaritan

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When Chicago intern Doctor Ted Lyke is sued by an accident victim whose life he had saved, he tries to find the sole witness to the events, a man whose life depends on remaining hidden from a ruthless drug lord.

When Chicago intern Doctor Ted Lyke is sued by an accident victim whose life he had saved, he tries to find the sole witness to the events, a man whose life depends on remaining hidden from a ruthless drug lord.

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Overview

When Chicago intern Doctor Ted Lyke is sued by an accident victim whose life he had saved, he tries to find the sole witness to the events, a man whose life depends on remaining hidden from a ruthless drug lord.

When Chicago intern Doctor Ted Lyke is sued by an accident victim whose life he had saved, he tries to find the sole witness to the events, a man whose life depends on remaining hidden from a ruthless drug lord.

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Hank Searls
I liked his APOLLYON, admired THE CHASE, but truly treasured this one. THE BLACK SAMARITAN dragged me kicking and screaming with its hero into a world of tension as tightly drawn as a surgeon's suture. I lived every moment, and finished with the satisfied feeling that one suspense-novelist feels when he reads another's break-out book!" ---Hank Searls, Best-selling Author, JAWS TWO.
James Alan McPherson
"I have been reading Bob Stein's fiction since my early years in the IOWA Writers' Workshop. During those years, I have followed with pleasure his development as a novelist. Now, in THE BLACK SAMARITAN, he takes an insightful look at those places where race and law and morality meet. This is an area ripe with drama!" ---James Alan McPherson, Author of ELBOW ROOM, Winner, Pulitzer Prize;
Tom Davis
"A GREAT STORY -- COMBINING ASPECTS OF A MEDICAL AND LEGAL THRILLER. INFORMATIVE AS WELL AS ENTERTAINING!" --- Dr. Tom Davis, Former Basketball Coach, University of Iowa, National Basketball Coach of the Year, 1987
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780735105003
  • Publisher: TextStream
  • Publication date: 10/1/2000
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 294

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 8, 2001

    An impressed author from Canada

    Black Samaritan is an incredible page turner. The pace, the lush descriptions, the tension, all held my interest from the beginning to the very end.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 25, 2000

    A MUST READ

    Worthy of a major movie or television series. This work addresses present day racial problems, is thought provoking and difficult to put down.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 7, 2000

    A RARE TALENT.

    Robert Stein has the rare talent that all writers strive for but few obtain; the ability to have words in print turn into metal images that grab your attention on the first page and hold it until the end of the story. He's done it again with THE BLACK SAMARITAN. Read it and you'll see what I mean.

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