Book: The Anatomy Lesson - A Kurtz and Barent Mystery (Kurtz and Barent Mysteries Book 2) by Robert I. Katzcategories: Book, Mystery, Medical School, Surgeon, Medical Mystery, Academic Medicine, Police Procedural, Detective, New York, Martial Arts, Police, Surgery, Medical Thriller
Robert I. Katzabout this book: I love writing the Kurtz and Barent books. I'm an anesthesiologist, so I know the environment in which my protagonist lives and works, and I'm a long time reader of mysteries and science fiction. The public does not generally regard doctors as men of action, but there are a lot of people who go into medicine who have varied backgrounds. Richard Kurtz is one of them.
In this book, the second in the Kurtz and Barent Mystery series, Richard Kurtz has returned to his former life as a successful surgeon. He has a luxury apartment on the East Side of Manhattan, a beautiful girlfriend and a growing practice. Life is good.
And then Rod Mahoney, an anatomy professor and an old friend, is found dismembered in his office. Once again, murder has struck Easton Medical Center, and once again, Kurtz and Barent are on the case, but this time, it's more than personal, because while Kurtz and Barent are hunting for the murderer, the murderer is hunting Kurtz.
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