Do No Harm by Danielle Singleton

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What would happen if America's blood supply were no longer safe? If a domestic terrorist decided to hijack the tens of thousands of blood transfusions that occur daily in the United States, spreading an illness that killed everyone it touched? Set in the modern-day United States, Do No Harm tells the story of a doctor, Joseph, who violates his oath to never do harm to anyone by going on a killing spree. Fighting against Joseph's virus is a team of pathology experts and an intrepid young FBI agent. Without getting bogged down in too many complex medical details, Do No Harm gives readers a thrilling look at what could happen if one of America's most trusted medical foundations - its blood supply - was suddenly no longer secure.

About Danielle Singleton

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A novel is just a story written down, and Danielle has been writing down her imaginary tales ever since she learned her ABCs. Poetry and short stories came first, soon followed by various attempts at books. Safe & Sound is her first completed, full-length novel.When not writing, Danielle enjoys reading the works of other authors, watching sports, and playing with her nephew and her dog. She is also a licensed attorney and assistant coach for a high school girls' lacrosse team.
Published March 8, 2013 256 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Crime. Fiction

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