BloodBird Dimitri Markov

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BloodBird  by  Dimitri Markov

BloodBird by Dimitri Markov
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Karolena Kreisler, a young German ex-pat surgeon in North Carolina, develops a worsening of her chronic liver disease, complicated by an unusual loss of vision. She elects to undergo an experimental transplant when a donor “miraculously” becomesMoreKarolena Kreisler, a young German ex-pat surgeon in North Carolina, develops a worsening of her chronic liver disease, complicated by an unusual loss of vision.

She elects to undergo an experimental transplant when a donor “miraculously” becomes available, which seems life and vision saving. Karolena soon develops an unuaual ability to “see” events, past and future, and this haunting ability drives her to the truth behind certain high income busines ventures at her hospital. The action takes place in the not too distant future, giving the reader a glimps of what life, research and medicine could soon be like.This is futuristic medical fiction at its best, and will appeal to anyone who has contact with healthcare professionals.

Nurses, office staff, paramedics, administrators, doctors and most of all patients will recognize all these characters, their bizarre actions and perhaps relate to their sometimes irrational, emotional behavior. You will be left wondering which parts are fiction, what actually occurred, and what the author left out



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