Richard Uhlig, Sr

Biography

Richard Uhlig Sr. is an Osteopathic Physician in family practice. He has served as president of his state medical association, and as executive director of the Kansas State Board of Healing Arts. He has worked extensively with state medical societies in setting up programs for impaired physicians. He headed KSBHA committees for approval of foreign medical schools, for regulations of scheduled drugs, and for setting up physician guidelines in the treatment of breast cancer. He has been a member of the Harvard Health Care Professionals Follow-up Study since its inception.
He has written a health book and three novels. He is a civil rights activist. Enjoys reading, writing, and exercise. He lives with his wife Pat in rural Kansas. They love animals: horses, dogs, cats, a pet coyote, a 24 year-old frog, and a raccoon that comes regularly to visit the trash can.
He has a daughter who is a school superintendent and a son who is a writer of novels and movie scripts. He and Pat have four wonderful grandchildren.

Books

The Writer's Club
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 50,290. Language: English. Published: January 2, 2020. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Crime thriller
Norman Pope, a once best-selling novelist and the mentor of a writing group, searches for a missing student and uncovers evidence of major corporate crime. Framed for murder and running from the police and a corporate hit man, Norman with the help of his writing students battles back against seemingly insurmountable odds. Just as Norman prevails against his enemies the story twists upon itself.
Run For Your LIfe
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 137,430. Language: English. Published: December 11, 2019. Categories: Fiction » Adventure » General
A young man, Kent Mullins, is given a poison that will activate and kill him in one year if he doesn't find the antidote. To gain the antidote he must solve a heretofore unsolvable puzzle. His non-stop race with death takes him to New York, to Russia, to the Amazon, and to a cocaine village in Colombia. The road to Kent's salvation is cluttered with bodies, eccentric characters, and much more.

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