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Book: MEDICAL INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX - The $ickness Industry, Big Pharma and Suppressed Cures (The Underground Knowledge Series Book 3) by Lance Morcan
MEDICAL INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX: The $ickness Industry, Big Pharma and Suppressed Cures is a no-holds barred critique of mainstream medicine and the various players who make up one of the largest and most profitable industries on the planet. Written by novelists, filmmakers and independent researchers James Morcan & Lance Morcan, with a foreword by retired pharmacist Denis Toovey (author of Better [...]
 
Book: THE UNDERGROUND KNOWLEDGE SERIES I-V (Genius Intelligence / Antigravity Propulsion / Medical Industrial Complex / The Catcher in the Rye Enigma / ...
Discover what has been hidden from you... Introducing the boxed set containing the first five books in The Underground Knowledge Series by James Morcan & Lance Morcan - in full and at a discounted price. THE UNDERGROUND KNOWLEDGE SERIES I-V comprises the following books: GENIUS INTELLIGENCE - ANTIGRAVITY PROPULSION - MEDICAL INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX - THE CATCHER IN THE RYE ENIGMA - INTERNATIONAL [...]
 
Book: Dismantling the Matrix - Serenity for the Surveilled by Baz Moreno
Dismantling the Matrix: Serenity for the Surveilled explores the various matrices that entice and prevent the average male from pursuing dreams, overcoming fears or becoming a man. The role of homosexuality is discussed with the integrity of a warrior scholar. Autonomy, diplomatic immunity and sovereignty are analyzed and discussed for the reader. In addition, the reader is instructed on how to [...]
 
Book: UNDERGROUND BASES - Subterranean Military Facilities and the Cities Beneath Our Feet (The Underground Knowledge Series Book 7) by Lance Morcan
What do the world's superpowers get up to in their secret underground bunkers? UNDERGROUND BASES: Subterranean Military Facilities and the Cities Beneath Our Feet, by novelists, filmmakers and independent researchers James Morcan & Lance Morcan, details confirmed and rumored underground facilities in the United States and around the world. Containing rare photographic evidence throughout as well [...]
 
Book: Industrial jihad - The autumn of the Arab spring by Svetlin Barzakov
The narrative of the book begins in the distant past of 1949 immediately after the end of World War II. Boy triplets are born to the family of the Foreign Minister of Israel. Bolstered by this happy event, the father makes a promise to himself that one day his sons will ascend to the summits of the world. The first part of the novel brings us forward to 2012. The "Arab Spring" is at its height. [...]
 
Book: Didn't Get Frazzled by David Z Hirsch, MD
"... the best fictional portrayal of med school since ER ." - BlueInk Review (starred) International Book Award Bronze Medal Winner Readers' Favorite (Fiction - Humor/Comedy) INDIES Book of the Year Award Finalist (Humor) Medical student Seth Levine faces escalating stress and gallows humor as he struggles with the collapse of his romantic relationships and all preconceived notions of what it [...]
 
Book: Trapped (Brier Hospital Series) by Lawrence Gold, M.D.
Emotionally involved with the characters, you hope for a happy ending and prepare for the worst December 18, 2013 By Charles Ashbacher HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE There is enough major trauma and emotional angst in this book to provide the initial threads for four novels. Mike is a physician and Lisa is a nurse that works in neonatal intensive care that grew up in an extremely abusive [...]
 
Book: The Clovers and the Sun by Benjamin Granger
Evocative, pristine, deeply emotional in a way of awe-inspiring serenity, this 66-page collection contains paragraphs of thoughts ranging from simple statements to complex ramifications into the realm of that which can only be felt. (A browse upon pages 29 and 66...) "Sheep and Sleep" The sheep that I count are the basic experiences that I have seen, from faces to places to things that I have [...]
 
Book: Breaking Down Anatomy & Physiology by D Carnley
If you want to pass Anatomy and Physiology I and II, this book is a must. Forget the fluff, in easy to understand language in outline form. It includes medical terminology, body systems, and extras such as burns, physical assessment, quizzes, medical terms, abbreviations, and measurements. This book is all inclusive perfect for any anatomy and physiology, biology, nursing, physical therapy, [...]
 
Book: Medical Insurance in Thailand (Thailand Retirement) by Godfree Peter Roberts
A complete illustrated guide to medical insurance in Thailand for expatriates. With 7 insurance strategies, from self-insurance to full coverage, with rates and exclusions. Well illustrated with charts, comparative prices, and live links to insurers. Full coverage of Thai hospitals and their hierarchy, standards of care, and certifications. Stories by and about people who have used, refused to [...]
 
Book: To Err Is Common by Margot Terrence
It's 3AM. Do you know where your nurse is? It is a sad truth that each year around 200,000 people enter American hospitals for one reason and leave on a funeral-home gurney for a completely different reason. And while there have been many TV and movie portrayals of life in a hospital, much of what really happens remains a mystery. And a lot happens! Join Andrea Pastori, R.N., a bright, attractive [...]
 
Book: Shadow of Eden by Louis Kirby
Amazon bestselling Medical and Political Thriller 'Shadow of Eden is an irresistible thriller that exposes the frightening power of the drug industry against a tense race to save lives. Read it before you take your next prescription!' DIRK CUSSLER, author of the DIRK PITT SERIES A call for a physician on board a 747 awakens Dr. Steve James. He is ushered into the cockpit where he finds an [...]
 
Book: KILLS 99.9% by Patrick Ottuso
Dr. Allison Carter was veterinarian and caretaker of the primate division of the North Central Zoo in New York. Dr. John Fabrini was a researcher at the illustrious Rockefeller Institute. Together, they joined forces to create the ultimate antibacterial sanitizer. They also unwittingly contributed to the creation of a highly resistant strain of bacteria which was unleashed upon the entire world. [...]
 
Book: Seizure - A Kurtz and Barent Mystery (Kurtz and Barent Mysteries Book 3) by Robert I. Katz
A Surgeon Living the High Life... and a Detective that Can't Wait to Retire! Richard Kurtz is a surgeon with a growing practice, a luxury apartment on the East Side of Manhattan and a beautiful girlfriend. Lew Barent is a police detective. He has chronic migraine headaches, a son-in-law he can barely stand and a job that he's looking forward to leaving. > > > Third Time's a Charm... Unless You're [...]
 
Book: Surgical Risk - A Kurtz and Barent Mystery (Kurtz and Barent Mysteries Book 1) by Robert I. Katz
Do you love a hero who pulls no punches and never gives up? Richard Kurtz has a reputation as a tough guy, a reputation that he considers absurd, despite the 300 pound biker on a drug induced rampage who Kurtz recently knocked out in the ER. 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 [...]
 
Book: The Anatomy Lesson - A Kurtz and Barent Mystery (Kurtz and Barent Mysteries Book 2) by Robert I. Katz
While trying to put the past behind him, surgeon Richard Kurtz finds himself swept up into another murder investigation The murder of his former girlfriend, Sharon Lee, has been solved, and surgeon Richard Kurtz has finally managed to put the past behind him, settling back into a routine of teaching medical students and residents and taking care of patients. He has a new love interest in graphic [...]
 
Book: A Simple Cure by Lawrence Gold, M.D.
A Simple Cure is a fast paced thriller that may save your life. From a top reviewer: A Simple Cure is an "Intense, Riveting, Medical Thriller." The novel engages the reader in the search for the cure of malignant melanoma, a cancer that kills one American every hour. If you think for one moment that A Simple Cure by Lawrence W. Gold is going to be another run of the mill medical mystery/thriller [...]
 
Book: The Plague Within (Brier Hospital Series) by Lawrence Gold, M.D.
REVIEW: A Thrilling Medical Suspense Novel that Kept Me on the Edge of My Chair Rapidly Flipping Pages from Beginning to End! Enjoy! By Tom McGee - Every once in a while I am blessed to have read so many great books and use so many great products that I press forward to experience the next without taking the time to review them immediately. That was the case with Doctor Lawrence W. Gold's book [...]
 
Book: Medical Secrets Revealed by Jeff Charlebois
Years ago, I foolishly broke my leg on a skydiving jump. Some complications set in, including a reaction to the anesthesia, food poisoning, another broken leg and a few other lovely things. My supposed three-day stay in the hospital turned into approximately two months, and yet, it didn't break my record of six months. Rather than wallow I used my time wisely and keenly observed all the on-goings [...]
 
Book: The Killing Code by Craig Hurren
This gripping plot combines conspiracy, action, and suspense with a touch of hard science fiction, to bring you a uniquely thrilling read. Follow detective Alan Beach as he discovers a tenuous connection between the apparent suicide of a prominent scientist in Columbus, Ohio, and the assassination of a US Congressman in Washington. As he struggles to uncover the truth, a team of mercenaries is [...]
 
Book: For Mac by Brynn Stein
Branson Farrell lost his parents when he was thirteen, and for the last ten years his brother, Mac, eight years his senior, has taken care of him. But Mac's love came at a price. Both brothers were raised to believe being gay was completely unacceptable, and Branson has almost convinced himself he can be what Mac expects. When he looks at a man in a bar and Mac notices, Mac drags him off in [...]
 
Book: The Cat Wore Electric Goggles by Ian Hutson
Relax, ease your gussets and indulge in a picnic for your brain-gland. Rocket-ships invaded by aliens - Secret government satellites plummeting - Insane Cold War time-travel - Victorian flying-saucers - Elderly ladies and moon landings - Awfully embarrassing royal "first contact" Edwardian evolution gone splendidly alien - Love, icebergs, ocean liners and ghosts - Crash-test dogs speaking Latin [...]
 
Book: The Vanishing Chemist by Peter Alpert
Greed and opportunity become a volatile mix in retired attorney Peter Alpert's novel The Vanishing Chemist. Chemist Madison Bellamy first contacts attorney Mark Conover when he faces a $12 million judgement for allegedly polluting Colorado waterways with his platinum refinery. Conover gets the judgment overturned, but he hears from Bellamy again when the eccentric chemist continues his [...]
 
Book: The Surgeon's Blade (Diana Rivers 3) by Faith Mortimer
THE DIANA RIVERS SERIES INCLUDE: The Assassins' Village #1 in Women Sleuths - an Awesome Indie novel - The Surgeon's Blade #1 in Suspense & Psychological thrillers - an Awesome Indie novel. #2 A Sunday Mail Books - Children of the Plantation #2 in Suspense & Mystery. Camera Action...Murder! Voted Indie Book of the Day 2013 - Childhunt! an Awesome Indie novel - A Deadly Learning - currently a [...]
 
Book: Never Ever Land Economic Trilogy by Liberty Dendron
There is something strangely attractive about "Never Ever Land Economic Trilogy", an economic fiction story. Liberty Dendron break the mole and lets the pieces fall wherever they land, readers imagine a new system of a political economy. Inflation and Taxation. Part of Liberty Dendron's wisdom is to remind us that economics is more than a simple formula of supply and demand, buying and selling. [...]
 
Book: Climb Up the Steel Mountain by Len Steiner
Kay was still alive and he had to save her now, right away. That was his duty as a cardiologist. He had read about the latest surgical procedures and went over them in his mind, but he had never really done one. Dr. Louis Stafford accomplished his first heart transplant and he prayed to God that it would be completely successful and his patient would live to a ripe old age.
 
Book: Deadly Syndrome - A Medical/Political Thriller by Arline Todd
Forced to yield to powerful political machinations, Dr. Resa Myles loses control of the research she spearheaded for a cancer vaccine. Against her advice, President Harland uses the vaccine as a political tool, and the Russian Federation uses it as a weapon. Now the immunization programs backfire and a deadly syndrome is unleashed on the world, a syndrome made even worse by nuclear war. The [...]
 
Book: Family First-A Father's Legacy by Lloyd Casey
Family First-A Father's Legacy was written from 1980 to 2010. It is an account of one family's life during the 20tb century. The family consists of a father, mother, five sons and two daughters. The seven children were born from 1950 to 1969. Lloyd Casey wrote to his seven children so they would know more about him and have a written account to pass on to grandchildren and great-grandchildren. [...]
 
Book: THE SCARLET WENCH - A Nora Tierney Mystery (The Nora Tierney Mysteries Book 3) by M.K. Graff
In the third Nora Tierney Mystery set in England, American writer Nora awaits the arrival of a traveling theatre troupe who will stage Noel Coward's play "Blithe Spirit" at Ramsey Lodge in the Lake District. With her son six months old, Nora must juggle parenting with helping her illustrator and friend Simon Ramsey run the lodge. She's also hoping to further her relationship with the only lodge [...]
 
Book: A Bullet for Your Thoughts (Nate Harver Thrillers Book 1) by Lawrence W. Erickson
A Vietnamese hitman has come to the City of Roses. His kill is easy, but there's a problem. The victim was a client of Portland Private Investigator Nate Harver. What should have been a quick in and out job just got complicated. Now, the police have found this newest client, a software executive, floating face down in the Willamette River. What they call a suicide, Harver believes to be murder. [...]
 
Book: The Chairmen - A Kurtz and Barent Mystery (Kurtz and Barent Mysteries Book 4) by Robert I. Katz
He hoped that his involvement in crime fighting was over. But life seems to have other ideas. Kurtz has settled back into work as a general surgeon, teaching students and residents and planning his wedding to graphic artist Lenore Brinkman, but things are not so placid as they seem in Staunton College of Medicine. > > > A dangerous stalker throws the medical college into a frenzy The Chairman of [...]
 
Book: The Mystery Healer of Smoky Mountain - Inspirational Medical Romance by Crystal Mary Lindsey
Who is the MYSTERY Healer concealed in the Great Smokey Mountains of East Tennessee? Why must he need to keep his identity a secret? Marni Granger is a young woman who lives at the base of the mountain. As a child, falling against a hot cooking pot, she burns the side of her face. Teased at school and later stared at as an adult, has been the cause of Marni wanting to live in isolation with her [...]
 
Book: Love's Time - A Christian Time Travel Romance by Crystal Mary Lindsey
The year is 2000 and Enya Raffetty is bewildered when she receives a mysterious packet from BEYOND the grave. It sends her on a mission to learn of a secret haunting from her family's origins. Enya travels to the spiritual OutBack town of Brolga where her great grandfather began the family legacy. Settling in at the old family homestead, she discovers a photo album from far back in time which [...]
 
Book: Living Again by Brynn Stein
Daniel Larson has walled himself off from any possibility of romance since his lover died violently five years ago in Afghanistan. The same bomb that ended his partner's life took the lower part of Daniel's left leg. The only support Daniel has, his Uncle Lawrence, is dead-set against anything homosexual, including Daniel. Now, a popular language teacher at the local university, Daniel's [...]
 
Book: Through the Years by Brynn Stein
Edward and Gene were instantly drawn to each other when they met at college in Maryland. Fast friends, they developed a "closer than brothers" relationship. But then Edward began to feel more for Gene. In 1967, those kind of feelings would not be tolerated. Not even by Edward himself. Gene always thought he was asexual. He had never been attracted to anyone... until he met Edward. He dreamed of [...]
 


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