Surgical Risk by Robert I. Katz

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Richard Kurtz is a surgeon, a good surgeon if he does say so himself (which he does, despite the old joke about how if you ask a surgeon to name the three best surgeons in the world, he'll have trouble thinking of the other two). He has a luxury apartment on the West Side, a good-looking girlfriend and a busy practice. Kurtz should be happy, but when former girlfriend Sharon Lee is found strangled in a hospital call room, Kurtz cannot resist getting involved...

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Published June 1, 2002 by Willowgate Press. 240 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Over the last nine years, 74 patients at the New York Metropolitan Medical Center have contracted HIV during their stay;

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The author takes us inside Easton Medical Center in New York City and shows us the day-by-day in the life of Dr. Richard Kurtz.

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