Wendell Black, Md: A Novel by Gerald, M.d. ImberWendell Black, Md: A Novel by Gerald, M.d. Imber

Wendell Black, Md: A Novel

byGerald, M.d. Imber

Paperback | February 11, 2014

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A New York City police surgeon finds himself in the middle of an international drug-smuggling ring—or is it an even more dangerous conspiracy?

After a heart-thumping drop in altitude on a flight from London to New York, NYPD police surgeon Wendell Black is called on to try to save a woman who has gone into cardiac arrest. He's just carrying out his duty, but his aid places him at the center of an international drug-smuggling investigation.

As Black, and his English girlfriend, Alice—a knockout beauty and a surgeon to boot—digs deeper into the activities of the drug ring, he begins to suspect that a number of British doctors are involved. And when one of Alice's colleagues is brutally murdered and Alice suddenly disappears, the NYPD starts looking to Black for answers. His search peels away rings of conspiracy that expose a shocking threat to the nation.

Gerald Imber, MD, is a plastic surgeon. He directs a private clinic in Manhattan, is on the staff of New York-Presbyterian Hospital, and is an assistant clinical professor of surgery at Weill Cornell Medical College. Dr. Imber is the author ofThe Youth Corridorand several other beauty books, as well asGenius on the Edge, the biography ...
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Title:Wendell Black, Md: A NovelFormat:PaperbackDimensions:416 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.94 inPublished:February 11, 2014Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0062246852

ISBN - 13:9780062246851

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“A high-stakes debut…. The scenes are filled with clever language and rich descriptions…. A heck of a story, with a hero who deserves a series of books.”