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by Gregg Hurwitz

When an unknown attacker is injured in the process of his capture, ER chief David Spier is ostracized for treating the man, a situation that is further complicated when the assailant escapes, prompting Spier to delve into his own past.
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ISBN: 0060008865
ISBN13: 978-0060008864
Category: Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Author: Gregg Hurwitz
Language: English
Publisher: William Morrow; 1st edition (August 1, 2002)
Pages: 400 pages
ePUB size: 1821 kb
FB2 size: 1532 kb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 880
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Love the book. I was hooked on the Tim Rakley series he wrote. This was great as well. There are a lot of medical references in the book, most of which are explained very well.
Very enjoyable
Gregg Hurwitz is one of my favorite authors and this book is a book that you can't put down. There are always twists and turns that are totally unexpected and you wont be disappointed in Do No Harm.
Another great book and fast service
I love anything Gregg Hurwitz writes. I look forward to any books he puts out. Right along up there with Dean Koontz, Stephen King, Lee Child, J.D. Robb, and Linwood Barclay.
This the third of Greg Hurwitz's books I have read and he did not disappoint me in any way. He has a wide range of information to draw from and uses it well. These books are so real that I feel he must have been in this type of situation at some time. I really like his books!
Granddaughter had me ordered several (16) used books by this author. She rates each book 5 Stars...totally enjoyed reading this author's work.
Do No Harm is an utterly captivating thriller that is certainly going on my favorite reads for 2015 list. A vengeful sadist is attacking the E.R. of the UCLA Medical Center. David Spier, chief of the E.R., must keep his head and his humanity to deal with the problem.

A good novel must start with a hook and this book certainly does. After this gripping beginning, the story simply doesn't let go of the reader until the very last sentence. From the busy life in the E.R. to police politics and procedure as well as the twisted lifestyle and mind of the villain, the reader gets to experience it all in vivid detail.

Dr. David Spier, is a likable, well fleshed out main character. The difficult decisions and choices he must make shows him as an ethical and compassionate man.

Although the villain is portrayed as a really sick and twisted individual, I couldn't help feeling a touch of sympathy for him. The back stories of all the key characters are given in detail thus giving the story body and credibility.

This book, filled with medical drama, suspense, some romance and some truly heartwarming scenes is an absolute must-read. Set against a realistic background, Do No Harm is the kind of page-turner you do not want to miss. (Ellen Fritz)