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The Organ Growers – Available for Pre-order

 

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The Organ Growers, the second book in the McBride series and follow-up to The Organ Takers, has completed the editorial process. No major rewrites are necessary, but I do need to add some finishing touches. I’ve made the ebook version available for preorder with a release date of December 14th, which will give me time to polish the manuscript and get some marketing efforts underway. I’m confident I’ll get these things done in time to move the release to mid-November, so keep an eye on my website for updates. 

 

For more about The Organ Growers, including sample chapters and a couple of cool videos that explain how human organs may someday be grown in the lab, follow this link.

 

To pre-order the Kindle version, go here.

Print versions will be available closer to the release date.

 

Thanks, and stay tuned for more info including giveaways of ebooks and signed print copies.

 

 

 

Red Notice: you don’t want one of these.

  Red Notice  n.  A communication issued by Interpol requesting the arrest of wanted persons, with a view to extradition. An Interpol Red Notice is the closest instrument to an international arrest warrant in use today.    In my humble opinion, Vladimir Putin is the most dangerous man in the world. Yes, we have ISIS, who… Continue Reading

Would You Terminate a Life …

  … to end the suffering associated with an incurable disease? In The Euthanist, Alex Dolan’s debut novel, this is exactly what his protagonist is doing. Kali,  paramedic by day and euthanist by night (and on her days off), is part of an underground group who will put you out of your misery if you meet certain criteria, your family is… Continue Reading

Trauma University – Part 5: Agony

    In chapter two of The Organ Takers, paramedics Tom Burnett and Freddie Ramirez find an unconscious homeless man facedown on a Midtown Manhattan sidewalk at 4:00 am. When they roll him onto his back, Freddie says, “He’s breathing, but his respirations are agonal.” What does that mean: his respirations are agonal?   From the context of the… Continue Reading