Loose an arm, a leg, even an eye…we can repair you…sure, we have technology!

Loose an arm, a leg, even an eye...we can repair you...sure, we have technology!

Transplant [Kindle Edition]

Four interns at NYC’s Bellevue Hospital are being indicted by a grand jury for kidnapping, mayhem and murder in an underground laboratory in East Harlem. Detectives Tommy Jackson and Orrin Rampersad are in a race against time in developing the DA’s case before the trial date. The mad doctors are alleging that a mysterious Dr. Cyclops is the one who masterminded the operation. All evidence points to gang leader Django Tamsulosin as having abducted the victims for the organ and bionic limb transplants. Yet neither the suspects nor the victims are providing any substantial testimony, leading the detectives to believe that a cover-up conspiracy exists. Is Dr. Adam Rauch planning to sacrifice himself in exchange for the freedom of his childhood friends? Or are the victims refusing to testify in anticipation of a payback scheme that will settle accounts once and for all? Tommy and Orrin are desperate for answers, trying to learn the true secret of Dr. Cyclops and bring the perpetrators of the horrific crimes to justice.

“Transplant is reminiscent of a modern-day Frankenstein; experimental medicine gone horribly wrong, creating monsters. With scientific developments as they are today, and questionable ethics the novel is entirely believable, and made of our nightmares.” …Elle Klass

“The suspense and surprises are revealed as these connections unfold, will keep you guessing not only whodunit but how justice will be served, right up until the last heart-stopping page..” …Marcha Fox

“This novel, with its great writing and characters, shows an example of where we as a society are headed by letting the medical profession do whatever they want in the name of progress.” …P.S. Winn

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