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This is Palmer at his most terrifying, most plausible and, worst of all, most realistic. (RT Book Reviews (4.5 stars))
Suspenseful…Palmer's easy mix of science and individual courage should please his many fans. (Publishers Weekly)
Compelling. (Kirkus Reviews)
Oath of Office captures the modern pulse…An engaging novel that touches on some of the fears readers may have about big business, politics, and the food supply. Difficult to put down. (Technorati)
A darn good read. (Examiner.com)
The twists fly in A Heartbeat Away and the results create a terrifying scenario...Palmer has a mastery of the medical science involved in such an elaborate conspiracy, plus the intricacies of presidential succession. (Associated Press on A Heartbeat Away)
When it comes to inventive plots for medical thrillers nobody does it better than Michael Palmer… This premise is explosive and compelling and grabs the readers from the very first page. (The Huffington Post on A Heartbeat Away)
Fans of Michael Palmer will love the Boston-based doctor/crime writer's latest thriller...Prepare to burn some serious midnight oil. (The Boston Herald on The Last Surgeon)
The novel is not merely a thriller but also an exploration of its central character's unique gifts and her determination to communicate with hercomatose father despite overwhelming odds. Another winner from a consistently fine writer. (Booklist on The Second Opinion)
The First Patient is an exciting thriller that is full of surprises and captures the intense atmosphere of the White House, how the medical system works, and how the 25th Amendment could be brought into play. I thoroughly enjoyed it. (Bill Clinton on The First Patient)
"This latest should please Palmer's fans and all those who enjoy their suspense mixed with medical characters and settings." (Library Journal on The Last Surgeon)
A heart-pounding medical thriller. (The Boston Globe on The Second Opinion) --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.
To protect. To defend. To obey? This heart-stopping thriller from New York Times bestselling author Michael Palmer will have you questioning everything you know about those entrusted with our lives.
In a suburb of Washington, DC, Dr. John Meacham goes on a shooting spree in his office, killing his associate, staff, and two patients before killing himself.
"A SHOCKER."--Associated Press
On a quiet country road, a housewife finds herself compelled to drive recklessly, nearly killing herself and her passenger.
"If MEDICAL THRILLS are what you're after, PALMER DELIVERS."--Booklist
In a quaint restaurant, a kitchen worker wields his knife, unable to stop himself from almost severing his hand.
"A DARN GOOD READ."--Examiner.com
What is the connection? How can Dr. Lou Welcome clear his friend Meacham's name? And what is the unspeakable conspiracy that leads all the way to the White House?--This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition. See all Product Description
If you liked this book, which was awesome, try my son in laws book Infiltration by Shane Burns. Will not be disappointed. A thriller and a gem.Published 7 months ago by Trebor Lemur
weak unimaginative ending..waytoo predictable...like too many Am. writers they use too much descriptive fluff to pad their writng really nothing memorablePublished 14 months ago by al lagadin