Presidential Donor

Presidential Donor

by Bill Clem

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When President Thomas Lloyd arrives in Zurich, Switzerland, he suffers a massive heart attack. Despite the best medical care available, his only chance for survival is an immediate heart transplant. Five miles away, journalist Jack McDermott has awoken from a near death coma, and his name mistakenly turns up as a donor match for Lloyd. Now Jack must run for his life or become an unwilling donor.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940000806401
Publisher: Bill Clem
Publication date: 01/15/2010
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 298 KB

About the Author

Bill Clem is an RN and international bestselling author of medical and scientific thrillers with ten novels published worldwide. He is currently working on several new novels to be released in 2011.

Customer Reviews

Presidential Donor 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Presidential Donor is a non-stop thrill ride from start to finish. A unique plot that hasn't been done before along with fast action, make this book hard to put down. Would love to see the movie version.
dsdmd on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Just as Jack McDermott awakens from what was thought to be a fatal head injury sustained in a skiing injury in Switzerland, US President Thomas Lloyd suffers a massive heart attack while in Zurich to attend a summit with the Russian President. McDermott has already been placed in an organ donor database and matches perfectly, heart anomalies and all, with President Lloyd. This starts events with one faction wanting McDermott for his heart so the President can be saved and another wanting McDermott dead so the President will die. The chase is on. While it is still an enjoyable read if you don't analyze it too much and just want to be entertained, it becomes more and more implausible as it progresses, even in minor details. Personally, I like a story that is more believable than this.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Living in Switzerland I almost got sick when reading this story. Locations described by the author are wrongly spelled, do not exist or are located more than a two hours drive from the places named in the book. A simple look at a map could have prevented the author from such bad mistakes ( serious authors usualy do proper research). The idea of the story is good, however the realistion and also the language is poor. Waste of money and waste of time.
sandystarr28 More than 1 year ago
couldn't put this book it in less than one day. I can't believe I've been lucky enough to find another author that I liked as well as Michael Crichton's work
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great book with alot of mystery and suspence. Good going Bill, will cont to read your other books.
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AlaskaDee More than 1 year ago
I bought the $1.99 e-book edition and my download is incomplete- it starts on chapter 41, and has only 61 pages. I filed a complaint with B&N about it which was pointless because first they have their customer service done overseas and even though my problem is fairly straightforward (I either deserve a refund or a complete download of the book) they say my problem is best solved with a phone call. I'm extremely disappointed in how B&N did NOT fix this problem and suggest people wait to buy the e-book until they get this fixed.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Presidential Donor takes two of the most popular genres, and skillfully weaves them into one exciting read. This adrenaline pumping thriller is fast paced and gripping. Clem keeps the pages flying as he did in his first novel, and the plot is non-stop action.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I purchased this book because there were two other reviews that recommended it. From my point of view, this book is terrible. The basic plot is original and has a lot of possibilities but it is developed so poorly that the idea is wasted in this book. Full of cliches, tons of errors, and so many other things that are wrong with this book. It makes for light reading if you don't have anything else but, please, do not compare it to anything from Clancy or Cook.