A mysterious illness with disturbing symptoms is plaguing women across the United States. It begins with memory loss and confusion and ends with the patient falling into a coma. Medical professionals are at a loss for the cause, but one thing remains constant: All of the victims are pregnant.
Called in to consult on the case of his best friend’s wife, neurologist Jack Wyatt has never seen anything like it. Now, with the nation on the brink of panic, Jack and his colleagues are in race against time to find a cure.
The disease they are calling Gestational Neuropathic Syndrome (GNS) is spreading. Patients are dying—and no one can guess what will happen next…
“Dr. Jack Wyatt races against time to discover whether bioterrorism, a new virus or something else is striking pregnant women across the United States and you are along for the ride in this tense medical thriller.”—Phillip Margolin, New York Times bestselling author of Woman with a Gun
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Before I first set pen to paper as a novel writer, I was a fulltime pediatric surgeon. Nine years and six novels later, I am still a busy pediatric surgeon. The question I’m asked most often is; how do you find time to do both? The simplest answer is that when you spend every waking hour pursuing your life’s passions, you can always find time. Practically speaking, I try to arrange my surgical schedule to leave some time for writing. But even with the best intentions and planning, it’s not always possible to write every day. It’s the price one pays for having a day job. Fortunately, vacations and weekends off offer a wonderful opportunity to write. When I’m not in the operating room or writing, I utilize whatever time remains to play tennis and basketball. I also hold a black belt in martial arts and try to spend as much time as I can in the dojo.
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