Lance Turner's successful record of accomplishment as a donor coordinator for the Ohio Organ Bank is suddenly jeopardized when six of seven transplant patients simultaneously become ill within a month of receiving organs from a young, seemingly healthy, deceased donor. The series of lawsuits generated from these cases, spearheaded by William Hackett's notorious medical malpractice firm, pose a threat not only to Lance's career but also to public trust in the organ donation system and to the lives of thousands of patients awaiting organ transplants.
|Publisher:||Hunt, John Publishing|
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About the Author
Donald Hricik is a physician who works and lives in Ohio. He is internationally known for his research in kidney transplantation. His novels are fictional stories based on some harsh realities in the world of academic medicine.
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Nothing to Confess based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
I read this book in less than three days. Its a medical thriller with a surprise ending. I wasn't aware of how crazy the world of organ transplantation can be. Still, after reading Hricik's novel, I feel better about checking off my driver's license as an organ donor. For those who dislike medical lingo, there's a nice glossary at the end of the book, but I found that I only rarely needed to use it. Thumbs up.