Doc Doc Zeus: A Novel of White Coat Crime

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This novel will leave you friending for more! Each chapter pulls you deeper into the depths of religion, medical misconduct, and teen angst. Doc Doc Zeus keeps you guessing right up to
bitter end. Keech writes with such ease, sending you into the minds of each character with every sentence. Jumping from scenario to scenario, this enticing flow of words will sweep you into a whirlwind of emotions as it touches on current events and moral code. With each page, you will be torn between good and evil. Emotion and logic are questioned with every paragraph.Wrapped up in a world of sexuality, drug abuse, mind control, and survival, your morals will be questioned on numerous occasions! Keech writes with personal insight, giving you all the tools needed to be whisked away into this captivating story. The split narrative is as exciting as the plot itself and keeps you hooked in the best possible way! As the characters emotionally pull you in different directions, the feel is almost cinematic, allowing you to paint pictures in your mind as the plot twists and turns with anticipation.

The novel has a Grey’s Anatomy-type sexual feel, coupled with a softer, more innocent side. Suitable for a wide variety of readers, this has just the right amount of inappropriate humor and jaw dropping cliffhangers supported by a more earnest side that makes the overall feel of the story much more impactful.

The novel hones in on certain aspects of the patient-doctor relationship, shedding light on the darker side of the medical field and its imperfections. Doc Doc Zeus puts you right in the middle of the personal and political issues happening all over the world, allowing you to make a
decision between your ethics and the law.

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Author Thomas Keech
Star Count /5
Format Hard
Page Count 38
Publisher Real Nice Books
Publish Date 2017-Aug-01
ISBN 9780998380506 Buy this Book
Issue August 2017
Category Mystery, Crime, Thriller


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