Great White Doctor by Brad Lewis

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Great White Doctor is an extraordinarily realistic account of celebrity doctors and their aberrant social lives. The extremely well-researched book is a fascinating peek into the strange world of upper echelon medical practice. Bradley Lewis worked in a New York City hospital for six years and writes from an insider’s perspective. Great White Doctor is a novel grounded in reality. It is a work of fiction missing from the literature of our modern era. The darkly realistic detail and medical panorama make Great White Doctor a powerful and compulsively readable novel. The book speaks to the heart of what is wrong with our health care system and the national broken paradigm by which it is administered. Anyone interested in his health care should read this book, especially women.
 

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Published May 15, 2009 by BBL BOOKS. 355 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction
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