Would you take a life to save a life? A cop would. A soldier would. How about a medical student? What if you were that student, and you had unrestricted access to the comatose trauma patient who shattered your personal life two months earlier, and by taking his life you could piece yours back together? The Final Push is the (fictional) story of Michael Higgins, a third-year medical student who finds himself in that very situation.
The Final Push is now available for the Kindle and will soon be available on other e-reader platforms. This is the first piece of fiction I wrote and has served as a precursor for everything I’ve written since. The style is very similar to what you will see in the McBride trilogy of novels—The Organ Takers, The Organ Growers, and The Organ Killers—so if you like The Final Push, you’ll like the McBride trilogy. To learn more about the story and read an excerpt, go here. To buy it, use the link below.