DOUBLE CROSS DOUBLE BLIND
“...Reece wields a talented pen. His memorable characters jump off the pages...”
– Steven Manchester, #1 bestselling author of The Rockin’ Chair and Twelve Months
When trauma surgeon Dr.Tom Barrett returns from military duty in the Middle East War he is stricken with flashbacks, terrifying nightmares and tremors. He learns his old friend and surgical colleague Akira Yamaguchi is conducting a clinical trial of a potential breakthrough drug that could erase bad memories in post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) victims.
Unable to function and desperate to get better, Tom enters Yamaguchi’s clinical trial. He quickly learns that some patients have improved markedly on the drug, inspiring hope that it could be the next big thing in mental health.
But something is going wrong. Patients’ symptoms are returning in full force. Akira Yamaguchi turns to Tom to enlist his help in determining the reasons for the drug’s sudden failure. Tom and a fellow patient immerse themselves in a dangerous, high stakes investigation to reveal the shocking answer for the failure of the drug.
“...Reece deftly weaves...an engrossing, unpredictable and ultimately satisfying adventure story.” – David Kerns, author of Fortnight on Maxwell Street and Standard of Care
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"Great characters, real life stories and a real page-turner”…
“Double Blind Double Cross is a double success -- conveying and clarifying essential concepts of PTSD, and doing so in an engaging who-done-it.”
“Dr. Reece has a wonderful informed and informal style of bringing you into the characters minds, feeling their mixed emotions, striving to be free of their own weaknesses. As I read each page I wanted the characters to make it. It was hard for me to stop reading. Some books are easy to predict. This book kept me wondering what would happen at the next turn. I loved it.”
“Although a medical thriller, Dr. Reece does not bog the reader down with eye-glazing medical terminology. I appreciated the insight into PTSD as well as the pharmaceutical industry. The characters, relationships and emotions ring true. The story moves along nicely without cumbersome. The story had twists that kept my interest right up to the very last sentence.”