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Dr. Marc Schlosser is carrying a heavy burden. A medical procedure that he performed on actor Ralph Meier went fatally wrong and the famed thespian is now dead. For reasons both professional and personal, this prominent physician conceals details about the case, revelations that the Board of Medical Examiners will almost certainly eventually uncover. The death of Meier is at the center of this tightly knotted new fiction by Dutch novelist Herman Koch (The Dinner), but it is what happened that summer at the victim's elegant Mediterranean home that makes the story so compelling. A literary novel worth noting.