Donald Austin, M.D.
Donald C. Austin, M.D. has spent forty years practicing medicine, specializing in neurosurgery. The recipient of numerous awards, including Humanitarian of the Year for the American Lung Association, the author was also elected Vice Chair of the Michigan Board of Medicine and subsequently the Endowed Professional Chair for Neurosurgical Research. A charitable philanthropist as well, he has contributed generously to the Karmanos Cancer Institute, the March of Dimes and the Detriot Institute of Arts. Dr. Austin has written for numerous medical publications and has written books dealing with medicine, religion, philosophy, and politics, including several books of fiction. Now semi-retired, the author continues to write creatively from his home in Michigan.
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Murders in the Nursery
by Donald Austin, M.D.
This medical murder mystery centers around a famous but psychologically crazed neurological surgeon. Children just combing from or being prepared for surgery begin to die mysteriously in the surgical nursery of University Hospital. Two residents in training team up to investigate and fall in love in the process. What they find is a murder and a surprising twist no one suspected.
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