Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye by D. Bruce Foster

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In this compelling and poignant debut novel, D. Bruce Foster takes you on an insider's journey through the intense and often chaotic world of modern emergency medicine. Young Dr. Alex Randolph leaves a promising career at a prestigious university for the challenge of leading a new emergency department in the wealthy Maryland steeplechase country north of Baltimore. Three years later, his idyllic world at Mason-Dixon Regional Medical Center is improbably rocked by a brutal drug war, powerful corporate intrigue, and a beautiful widow who makes his head spin. These forces combine in an explosive, heart-pounding climax that risks everything in life that Alex holds dear--even his own life.

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D. Bruce Foster is a native of northern Baltimore County, Maryland, the location of the novel Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye, where he grew up observing the cultural milieu of My Lady's Manor steeplechase country. For twenty-five years he has been chief of emergency medicine at a Pennsylvania hospital, and is the medical director of an aero-medical helicopter service.He has two published medical textbooks: Twelve Lead Electrocardiography for ACLS Providers published in 1996 by W. B. Saunders (Harcourt Brace), and Twelve Lead Electrocardiography- Theory and Interpretation published in 2007 by Springer. The former, now out of print, sold seven thousand copies, a significant performance for a medical textbook, and the latter earned a four star "Outstanding" rating from Doody's Book Review, a review service for the medical publishing industry.Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye is Foster's first work of fiction. He lives with his wife on a farm in southern Pennsylvania in a lovingly restored pre-Civil-War brick farmhouse. You can learn more about Bruce Foster at
Published July 8, 2011 by Macdougall Press, LLC. 388 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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There’s so much excitement in the ordinary workings of a hospital emergency room that a plot is hardly necessary to hold readers' interest in the doings of Dr. Alex Randolph, chief of emergency medicine at the for-profit Mason-Dixon Regional Medical Center in rural Maryland.

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Although Dr. Foster has published two medical textbooks, Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye is his first fiction title and he has done a commendable job.

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