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The Final Victim
The Final Victim
Author: I. J. Sarfeh
ISBN-13: 9780978970406
ISBN-10: 0978970403
Publication Date: 11/1/2006
Pages: 268
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Publisher: Foremost Press
Book Type: Paperback
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Dr. Greg Dostoyov is a well established and respected surgeon in rural Michigan. One of his most important and very widely discussed surgeries ends abruptly the doctor's career. After just a few months after the seemingly routine and uncomplicated procedure, the patient, who is also a famous athlete dies of cancer. The public goes wild and everyone blames doctor Dostoyov for the death of their hero. He is accused of neglecting the symptoms of cancer and lack of professionalism. Not having any chances of defending himself, Greg leaves the town to escape the accusations and figure out what to do next. On his way to another town, he meets Kate, who is a biologist. After hearing about the surgery and its consequences, Kate feels that there is something suspicious in the story and believes that Dr. Dostoyov should investigate. After some research Kate and Greg find out about a similar case in California, where a radio announcer dies in similar circumstances.
Inspired by the findings and determined to find out what really was behind the strange deaths of two people, Greg travels to a laboratory in Scotland, where he believed to find some clues. He does not realize how much danger he is putting himself into and only after hardly escaping death does he realize that there is something big going on.
I.J Sarfeh created a fast paced and extremely captivating medical thriller. From the moment you start reading till the last page, the book keeps you on your toes. The book is full of turning points and unexpected events and will satisfy the most picky thrill seeker. The romantic thread will definitely appeal to the female audience, but overall it is a great book for anyone who loves quite a bit of thrills in their lives. Strongly recommended.