October 15, 2021

Unwitting

 



Unwitting

Erica Rosen MD Trilogy Book 2

by Deven Greene

Genre: Medical Thriller 


Dr. Erica Rosen’s world is turned upside down after a suicide bomber explodes amidst a large crowd entering Oracle Park baseball stadium, near her San Francisco home. Many are killed or injured, and police have no leads in solving the case.

Erica becomes involved after a teacher of young autistic men calls her. The teacher believes her students are involved in the bombing but is afraid to contact law enforcement. She reaches out to Erica, who has experience with special needs children.

Erica arrives at the school but finds the police already there and a young autistic man doing a jigsaw puzzle, oblivious to his murdered teacher on the floor. The young man has information about the mastermind behind the bombing but has limited ability to speak. Erica is determined to protect him, prevent further bombings, and find his missing classmates.


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Unnatural

Erica Rosen MD Trilogy Book 1



"A fascinating and thought-providing medical thriller about the ethical dilemmas posed by genetic manipulation." –Best Thrillers

Dr. Erica Rosen is perplexed when she sees a young Chinese girl with blue eyes in her San Francisco pediatrics clinic. The girl's mother, Ting, is secretive, and Erica suspects she has entered the country illegally. Later, Erica encounters Ting's son and discovers he has an unusual mutation. Erica learns that Ting's children underwent embryonic stem cell gene editing as part of a secret Chinese government-run program.

The Chinese government wants to murder Ting's son to prevent others from learning about his unusual mutation and the secret gene-editing program. At Ting's urging, Erica heads to China to expose the program and rescue the infant Ting was forced to leave behind, all while attempting to evade the watchful eye of the Chinese government.


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Fiction writer Deven Greene lives in the San Francisco Bay area. Ever since childhood, Deven has been interested in science. After working as a biochemist, she went back to school and became a pathologist. When writing fiction, the author usually incorporates elements of medicine or science. Deven has penned several short stories. Unnatural, Erica Rosen MD Trilogy Book 1 is the first novel the author has published. Her recently completed novel, Unwitting, is the second novel in the trilogy. She is currently completing the third novel of the trilogy, Unforeseen.


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20 comments:

  1. These books would be a good addition to my winter reading list.

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  2. I hope you read them and enjoy them. I hope the third book will be out mid-2022.

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  3. Medical thrillers can be very frightening. Fascinating to read though.

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    1. You get to be scared without leaving the safety of your home.

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  4. Sounds like thrilling reads for me! Thanks for sharing them with me and Have a great weekend!

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    1. Have a great weekend yourself, and hanks for stopping by.

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  5. This sounds like an amazing plot! The characters are unusual and intriguing.

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    1. Hopefully the reader will feel close to the main characters who each bring their own perspectives.

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    1. The subject matter of these books is, of course, very interesting to me. I think most readers will learn a few things while following the action.

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  7. The man on the cover standing with his arms down by his side looks so rigid. I love a good thriller and am looking forward to this one.

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  8. This sounds like a great story.

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  9. Sounds like a thrilling read. Thanks for sharing!

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  10. As a parent of an autistic child, this sounds interesting

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  11. the main character is modeled after my own autistic son. I tried to keep it real - he is quite handicapped, not one of the high-functioning supposedly autistic geniuses.

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