“A COMPELLING AND FAST-MOVING THRILLER.”

Lethal Injection

A syringe is switched, a patient dies on the operating table, and Dr. Gideon Lowell takes it upon himself to help the anesthesiologist involved, who happens to be his wife. The hospital does not want his help. The police tell him to bug out. Gideon ignores them all but decides that much of his investigation will have to be carried out behind the scenes, “sub rosa.”

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Praise for Lethal Injection

“Readers will begin to question what is truth and what is fiction. A frightening but realistic read.”

Lynn Yvonne Moon, Author of The Agency thriller series

2019-05-16T15:51:48+00:00

Lynn Yvonne Moon, Author of The Agency thriller series

“Readers will begin to question what is truth and what is fiction. A frightening but realistic read.”
“You won’t want to close your eyes in a hospital ever again.”

Harvey Schwartz, Author of Never Again

2019-05-16T15:51:10+00:00

Harvey Schwartz, Author of Never Again

“You won’t want to close your eyes in a hospital ever again.”
“Leaves the reader always on the edge of solving the crime, but never quite there. A gripping, well written medical mystery yarn.”

Martin Robert Grossman, Author of Club Saigon and War Crimes

2019-05-16T15:50:35+00:00

Martin Robert Grossman, Author of Club Saigon and War Crimes

“Leaves the reader always on the edge of solving the crime, but never quite there. A gripping, well written medical mystery yarn.”
“A suspense-filled ride through hospital corridors... a page-turning medical thriller.”

Elaine Holt, MD, Author of The Doctor Next Door

2019-05-16T15:49:28+00:00

Elaine Holt, MD, Author of The Doctor Next Door

“A suspense-filled ride through hospital corridors... a page-turning medical thriller.”
“A fun book. The reader learns a lot about medicine and computers in a very readable story. It's no small feat to weave medical terminology through a drama, but as they say in gymnastics, Perry Miller nailed the landing.”

Jim Kaplan, Author of The Jack Who Would Be King and Playing The Field

2019-05-16T15:47:46+00:00

Jim Kaplan, Author of The Jack Who Would Be King and Playing The Field

“A fun book. The reader learns a lot about medicine and computers in a very readable story. It's no small feat to weave medical terminology through a drama, but as they say in gymnastics, Perry Miller nailed the landing.”

About the Author

Perry Miller

Perry Miller is a physician with a PhD in computer science. For many years, he was a Professor of Anesthesiology at Yale School of Medicine and director of Yale’s Center for Medical Informatics, exploring the creative use of computers in medicine.