Doctor Griff Wooden, is a tall, handsome, schmoozer who lives by himself in a high-rise condo overlooking Chicago’s Lake Shore Drive. He practices cardiology in the oldest hospital in Chicago, Chicago General Mercy Hospital. Previously a mental hospital, it’s a quaint, soft red-brown structure with ornate trim that seems out of date among the new buildings in a glitzy health-maintenance plaza.
The look of the hospital suggests home-spun, straight talk medicine and indeed each day lives are saved with the help of a miracle drug developed by Doctor Wooden that prevents heart attacks.
However, what goes on behind these sterile walls is anything but trusting and warm, for a psychopath is at work maneuvering to get what he wants, taking the lives that have been saved, even if it means harming and killing some patients along the way.
|Publisher:||Toplink Publishing, LLC|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.61(d)|
About the Author
Richard D. Tenney MD employs his medical knowledge to create Not with My Brain You Don't, a novel about the use of blood clot dissolving drugs in the treatment of heart attacks.
His original research in this field combined with years of patient care qualifies him to construct this intricate story about the vagaries of physicians and patients.
He is a cardiologist who lives in Bozeman Montana, where he enjoys fishing, reading, traveling, training horses, and walking his dog.