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Secret Thoughts: a medical thriller
Secret Thoughts: a medical thriller
I love thrillers as well, in books and movies, and I enjoyed reading so much this book that I though I was watching a powerful and intense movie: with drama and humor at the same time.
I highly recommend to read this book.
‘Secret Thoughts’ is an absolute delight to read—the language crackles with the texture of its setting, with the vibrancy of its painstakingly developed characters, wrapped up in a plot that chugs along at full speed right at the get-go. The book starts out with a seemingly accidental series of deaths—people dying from cold medicine—only it turns out those were not accidents. Worse, the fingers of blame point to Dr. Paul Powers—the only person who’s putting everything on the line just to find the real culprit. And that’s only the beginning, as the thick blanket of intrigue close in on Powers, you will not be able to put the book down.
What’s more, author Clark knows his science and technology—he has an uncanny way of dipping his arm in hard science only to heighten the choke-hold on the reader’s imagination, and emerge from it with a flourish. Let me just suffice it to say that I love ‘Secret Thoughts’ to shreds—this is a rare literary treat that you don’t find everyday on Kindle or anywhere else. Those who love the genre will totally dig this. A solid five-star rating for this immensely entertaining book!
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By H.S. Clark
Dr. Paul Powers is back with another great mystery for his readers. In this adventure we find Dr. Read more
Spoilers in this review, if you don't want to ruin some of the story, don't read this.
If you are going to write a medical thriller mystery, you might want to do some... Read more
As always, Dr. Clark does not disappoint. He is able to capture your attention from the get go, just as he does in his other book “Immortal Fear”. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Raquel Moris
Not believable. Not bad but not great. Reads fast but just not great writing. Won't be reading the others in the series.Published 1 month ago by P. Oskooie
Having been married to a ANESTHESIOLOGIST for over 30 years I have appreciated the intellectual phenomenon of a great mind.
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Secret Thoughts (A Dr. Powers Mystery) is a captivating medical thriller that holds up to its name, it is the second book I've read by Dr. H. Read morePublished 2 months ago by jennifer
A series of peculiar deaths due to contaminated, over the counter meds, occurred; a famous physician is one of the victims. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jorge Rodriguez-Sierra
After reading Dr. Clark's more recent book, my eyes were open to how intriguing medical thrillers are. I knew I had to backtrack and read this one. Read morePublished 2 months ago by C.C.
Secret Thoughts: a medical thriller, is the second book I've read by H.S Clark. Let me tell you he doesn't disappoint. After Dr. Paul Powers's guide and mentor Mr. Read morePublished 2 months ago by J. Russell