Dr. Vigilante

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Doctor by day. Vigilante by night. Robert lives a double life. He spends his days treating patients at the St. Jude’s ER in New York and his nights going after the psychopaths who wrong them: the child molesters, wife beaters, and rapists. But when the fiery, beautiful new social worker discovers his secret identity and their love affair takes off, Robert is forced to face some tough questions. More

Available formats: epub

Words: 65,530
Language: English
ISBN: 9780989790994
About Alberto Hazan

After graduating from Harvard University, Alberto Hazan attended Stony Brook Medical School. He trained in emergency medicine at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital in New York City, where he was chief resident. Since then, he has worked in clinics and hospitals all over the world, including Morocco, Nepal, Mexico, Nicaragua, and Haiti. As a former Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner, Dr. Hazan continues to raise awareness about domestic violence and sexual assault in both New York and Las Vegas, where he currently practices emergency medicine. He is the author of the medical thriller “Dr. Vigilante” and the young adult urban fantasy series “The League of Freaks.”

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Review by: Marla Bradeen on Dec. 01, 2013 :
DR. VIGILANTE is a well-written, fast-paced novel with heart. Hazan does a good job building his characters, and their motivations were entirely believable. The story moves at a good pace, and maintained my attention throughout.

Although fictional, the story highlights several issues rampant in today's society. It's very easy to understand the driving force behind main character Robert's actions. I like how Hazan incorporated facts with the story to drive home that the problems touched upon in the book are real-world issues that don't disappear once the last page is turned.

One action scene struck me as rather unbelievable by book standards, although it would be standard fare for many movies. Readers sensitive to foul language might find some of the dialogue to be off-putting, but for the most part I found it fitting of the characters. There were also a couple medical scenes bordering on too graphic for my tastes, but they did add to the plot and the author did not embellish them with unnecessary queasy details.

Overall, I found DR. VIGILANTE to be a very enjoyable read. The storyline was interesting and excellently told.
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Review by: claus olsen on Oct. 05, 2013 :
Action thriller and a love story in the midst of the harsh reality of a busy ER.
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