When a popular professor at a leading medical research institute accuses a colleague of drugging and sexually assaulting a student, department chair Brad Parker and university detective Karen Richmond join forces to investigate, only to be stymied by a victim who can't remember what happened. But as fragments of memory resurface, she's brutally attacked and murdered. The conclusion is obvious, but in the absence of forensic evidence, police hit a wall—until Brad and Karen's inquiries take an unexpected turn that not only threatens their own lives, but exposes a cover-up at the highest levels of the university. Nondisclosure: A Medical Thriller takes a frightening look at a culture that promotes sexual misconduct in academic life.
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About the Author
Geoffrey M. Cooper is a retired scientist and academic administrator, having held positions at Harvard Medical School and Boston University as professor, department chair, and associate dean. He is the author of several scientific texts and is now using his experience in academic medicine as background for writing fiction. His debut novel was the award-winning medical thriller, The Prize. He lives in Ogunquit, Maine.